CU3ER - XML Configuration

XML stands for EXtensible Markup Language, designed to transport and store data. If you aren't familiar with XML, check the following links and get introduced to it:

XML with CU3ER

Settings and the content of the CU3ER are defined in an XML file. This file is required in order to make the application work properly.

All features of the CU3ER are represented in XML as separate/singular nodes. Simply including/excluding these nodes will enable/disable the individual features. Check the respective elements XML reference in the User Interface for additional information about nodes default settings and options.

An XML structure is as simple as it gets - all global settings are defined in the <settings> node, slides & transitions in the <slides> node. You can override some of the global settings, and apply a custom configuration (for example, for 3D transition).

CU3ER can run without any settings (pre-defined slides only), but you are advised to configure it… you will be amazed with the results!

Take a look at the following rudimental XML structure, which is provided only as a guideline:

<cu3er> <settings> .... </settings> <slides> .... </slides> </cu3er>

In order to keep CU3ER as user-friendly as possible, a large number of settings are defined as XML attributes. Including the attributes and altering their values provides you with the ability to create your own custom settings.

List of main XML nodes

<cu3er> <settings> <general> <debug> <auto_play> <preloader> <description> <prev_button> <next_button> <prev_symbol> <next_symbol> <transitions> </settings> <slides> <slide> <transition> <slide> <transition> </slides> </cu3er>