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hi chris, its possible to make user A, can spin 3 times, user B can spin 2 times… its possible? could u give me a reference to do that? thankyou before..

How would the wheel know which player was which? You would need to have users signing into their own account (or something that identifies them). Then you could have a database that the PHP calls, based on who the user is.

Ultimately you’ll need to store numSpins:3 and numSpins:2 somewhere otherwise how will the wheel know what the values are?

hmmm yeah like that.. so the solution just make a database to do that… u have any reference about it? or any suggestion, to connect with this whell..

I don’t do databases I’m afraid – Spin2Win wheel is a front end component that can be populated via a backed but you’d have to write that part yourself.

How does a player win a prize? For example, can you set links to prizes from the wheel itself?

Please give me an example or a screenshot demo. Thanks.

Also, does this work on a mobile device and if so, how?

Please DM me your purchase ID – thanks!

Hi Chris, great work! But Im having a hard time, putting the wheel into a div-box that floats dynamically with the other elements on the page. Want to integrate it into a shopping-cart of an onlineshop and the position of the wheel needs to be dynamic. I somehow managed to put it in a div-box but now Im having troubles with positioning the toast-boxes… do you have any hint or solution how to get control over the position?

If you are using the very latest version (I pushed an update this week) then the toast popup is being controlled on resize within the Spin2WinWheel.js. (to keep it centred with the wheel’s size). You will have to either disable the resize function completely or edit the code inside it to suit your positioning needs.

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