When a Premium PLR software program runs, it checks a web url for any notifications files.
If a file is found, it will display the file as an alert and also save it to the Notifications list that your user can later look at.
To create a notfication file, click the Notifications item at the button.
A list of all notifications files will be shown.
Click the New button to create a new notification message.
Url – the website url that will be shown when your user clicks on the notification.
Caption – the caption of the notification.
Body – the text of the notification.
Click Ok to add the notificaiton.
Updating a Notification
Select the notification that you want to update.
Click the Open button to bring up the notification details.
You can also double click the notification to bring up its details.
Removing a Notification
Select the notification to be removed.
Click the Delete button to remove the notification.
Saving a Notification File
For the software to display a notification, you will need to save the notification to a xml file that will be uploaded to your website. Please note: you will need to upload it to the same url that you entere within the project notification field for it to be retrieved.
Click on the notification that you want to save as a xml file.
Click the SaveAs button.
Navigate to the folder you want to save too, set a name of the file and click the Save button.
You will then need to upload this file to the property website url for the software to access it.
To package your project into a installation file, click the Build button under Setup.
You must run the brander as Administrator to build. Right click the Brander short cut and select the Run as administrator.
Navigate to the folder you want to save your exe file, set the name of the file and click Save.
Most of the programs within the Premium PLR series allows you to add data prior to packaging and selling your programs.
From the Project List, select the project and click the Run button under Setup.
From the Project Details window, click the Run butto under Setup.
Select the project you would like to delete.
Click the Delete button.
Confirm deletion by clicking the Yes button.
Select the project you want to open.
Click the Open button to open the selected project.
You can also double click the Project to open it.
Click the New button to add a new Project
Name – the name of the project.
Category – a category to help organize your projects.
Description – a description of your project.
The detail window for the project will be shown.
Name – the name you want to give to the software.
Version – the software version (this helps when giving out updates for bug fixes).
Software Skin – the look of the software. Click the arrow will show the Software Skins dialog.
Select the skin you want to give your software and click the Ok button.
Notification – the complete url to the notification or message xml file on your website. Example would be http://profittigersystems.com/notifications/message.xml. The software will look for that file, on your website, and display the contents as a notification.
Announcement – the website url that will be displayed under the Info section of the software menu.
Help File – the website url that will be shown when the user clicks the Help button.
Caption – the text that will be shown within the footer.
Link – the website url that will be displayed when the user clicks the footer.
You can add your own icon, for branding reasons, to the software.
Double click to add a icon.
Navigate to the .ico file, select it and click Open to add.
The splash screen image that will be shown upon startup.
Double click the add a image.
Navigate to the image, select it and click the Open button to add it.
You will be able to add your own licensing to Premium PLR programs.
You can offer a Trial version that will require a serial after a certain amount of days to run.
The Premium PLR series can also check for licensing by add a url and a Product name.
Trial Period – this is the amount of days the user can access the software before activation is required.
Trial Activation Serial – a serial number that can be used to activate the program to bypass the Trial.
The Premium PLR series can interact with a website api to check if a license has been granted to the user. The website api will need to return a true (a license is granted) or false a license is not granted). This will allow you to grant licenses to people who has purchased your programs and revoke licenses for those that have not or refunded.
The Premium PLR software programs will send a Product Name and a user entered field (many times this is a email address used when purchasing) to the website api.
License Url – the full url to the website api that will be called.
Product Name – the name of the product that will be sent to the website api.
Html – the html that will be shown when using a Trial version.
Most of the software programs, within the Premium PLR series, will be brandable in the same way.
You can set the image to the splash screen that is show upon software startup.
Push notifications will be shown upon software startup.
The user can click on the alert to go to any url that is included within the notification.
All notifications will also be stored within the Notifications list.
The user can double click or click Go to the url of any notification.
You can display any website within the Premium PLR series software programs.
A clickeable footer is displayed at the bottom of all Premium PLR software programs.
The Help Url is completely brandable for all programs.
The Brander being used for all Premium PLR products will work the same.
The brander will display a list of all brandable projects for a specific Premium PLR software program.
The project details window will be the same for all programs within the Premium PLR series.
Navigate between windows will be done at the bottom.
Simply click on the name of the Project to navigate to the project or click Home to return to the list of projects.