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Important Disclaimer

The AutoRun Interface

AutoRun is a tutorial or presentation interface that allows users three navigational options. One available option is to use manual controls to proceed from one page to the next. The second option is to use the AutoRun motor which moves the user from page-to-page automatically with a timed duration. The third option is to click on the individual page numbers above. For more information, please see the provided Help Page.

Introduction Page Usage

On this page you would write an introduction describing your tutorial or presentation to your visitors. You can also use this page to explain the tutorial or presentation’s concept, display relevant links, examples, credits, or whatever you like.

A Tool With Many Uses

Presentations, tutorials, even slide shows. The PHP AutoRun System will meet your needs. It’s accessible, easy-to-use, well-supported, and it doesn’t even rely on JavaScript so anyone can use it. To deploy this system, as a developer, all you need to know is basic markup — Extensible HyperText Markup Language, XHTML, (Strict 1.0) — and minimal knowledge of Cascading Style Sheets, CSS, (assuming you’ll want to change the styling), and you’ll be off and running in a matter of minutes. Seriously. Configuration is super simple and you can create up to 99 pages in minutes.

Commercial Availability

PHP AutoRun v.1.1 is available commercially. For a copy of the script and all of its associated files, simply Contact Mike Cherim. The price for this version is USD $49.95 for up to three (3) installations per license. Payment can be made via PayPal, check or money order, or by credit card using Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. The fee does not include customizations or content creation — though that is available for an additional charge (quoted upon request).


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