Release Notes: A bug has been fixed that parsed out null pages and created server and SSI errors on the members.shtml page when asked to parse out a group with no members belonging to it.
Release Notes: Main changes include new routines allowing you to easily change a members status (before had to delete member then add new to update), easier match reporting straight from the schedule page, and support to allow members to change their displayed name and edit their 'special or class' feild from the members.shtml page.
Release Notes: This is a quick update to address a few things. All users are advised to update, as there is a possible format string vulnerability in any version before and including 2.2. This vulnerability allows members to post news as any author through the script, even if they have no permissions to do so. Other features include a much-needed GUI improvement, a new ability to edit details of clans, maps, and leagues, and easier match template setup. It also adresses the Matches page drop-down menu bugs with Internet Explorer.
Release Notes: The main changes in this release include a bugfix to the clantag special characters cutoff error, the single file script idea has now been split apart into many smaller modules which makes it easier to update, and Clan Admin is now better for uploading to hosts with file size restrictions.
Release Notes: A major bug that corrupted the database and removed almost all of the data was fixed. Several minor fixes were made, including more checks to prevent two users from having the same login name.
Release Notes: Many new changes and fixes to make setup and running it easier. For example, new clan info is saved to the database and recalled at later times for info like the clan's Web site, tag, etc.. Also, there has been a new tatical page added that will summarize the schedules for the members.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs, the main one being replacing the login and password system with an encrypted one. Some smaller fixes include bugs related to match write-ups, and news submissions. The test website has been upgraded, and includes 3 demo accounts that have varying levels of access within the script.