ActiveDen - CoolTemplate

Webmaster. September 14, 2011 by Eraser83.
ActiveDen - CoolTemplate

ActiveDen - CoolTemplate | 111.5 Mb


CoolTemplate is a very versatile template with unique style and sofisticated development with the highest programming techniques for ActionScript 3.0, It has a wide range of components and internal modules making it an attractive option for Graphics Designers, Bands, illustrators, video producers and whatever is on your mind.

- Unique design.
- Developed completely OOP.
- Full XML driven.
- Easy customization and update.
- Global Colors: with a few changes enjoys a new look and feel.
- Allows to customize all internal components easily.
- JukeBox (Audio Player with PlayList).
- Optional Sound Spectrum you can add to the JukeBox.
- Tickets to show song names playing.
- Disc Bin to extend the user interaction and at the same time give it a playful style to CoolTemplate.
- Optional shuffle mode (Audio Player).
- Interactive CircularGallery: Allows to navigate for all the content in a original way and show images, videos and songs.
- Covers: Give life to your images, videos, and song previews.
- CoolTemplate uses a new goTo Component called CoolFrame©, which allows to add custom frames to your images.
- FullScreen Multimedia Gallery.
- Video Controls all in one.
- Elegant Content Modules: News, Texts, Music, Images, Videos, External Links, Contact.
- Plugins: CoolTemplate is designed to allow integration with External Modules (SWF’s) as “ProductListPlugin” that is included like a bonus in this template, this make it unique because its extensibility is unlimited.
- Allows to load external SWF files as Custom Modules.
- Social Networks: Add a shortcut to your favorite networks.
- Add background image and CoolTemplate will apply a Cool effect on it.
- Load your own logo.
- Only 200KB.
- Elegant and fluid transitions with TweenMax.
- Resizable.

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