"Remake" is a product of Coders Junction.
Make your RavenNuke powered site responsive today.
You Will Need RavenNuke CMS Installed To Use "Remake".
RavenNuke CMS is FREE and is a very safe, secure and user friendly Content Management System (CMS) you can use to create and then manage your website. It's easy to install by following the "How To Install" instructions that come with the package. But up until now it wasn't compatible with multiple screen resolutions especially mobile devices.
Now it is and you can download and install those files that will make your copy of RavenNuke CMS mobile ready. And it's a simple process. Download the package onto your desktop and unzip it then follow the instructions that are included in the .html file. For questions, comments and/or problems visit my forums.
The plugin contains: Completely responsive phpBB2 Forums, Downloads, Your Account, Web Links, News, other Modules, Blocks, Themes, and more all designed to make your RavenNuke site fully mobile ready and HTML5 compliant.
NOTE: "PMC-RN Responsive" plugin is an ongoing project that I am designing/working on and files will change in the future. Be sure to check back here to keep up with those changes. As changes are made I will make notations in the forums. Become a member and you can join in on the discussion(s).
UberGallery for RavenNuke CMS
UberGallery is an easy to use, simple to manage, web photo gallery written in PHP and distributed under the MIT License. UberGallery does not require a database and supports JPEG, GIF and PNG file types. Simply upload your images and UberGallery will automatically generate thumbnails and output standards compliant XHTML markup on the fly.Features
JSSOR Slider for "RavenNuke"
The biggest thing that always drove me away from content sliders was the setup time. I mean they work great once you do get them up and running.
That is why I took the time to design one that is super easy to get up and running. Download and unpack the .zip file. Then add your images to the img folder. Open slider-config.php and add the image names and any text (with css) to accompany them and build up to 20 individual slides..
Grab a copy of this modified version. Download Here