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EasyMoblog is a platform for the publishing of personal blogs. It features the ability to update it via email, a Web-based installation wizard, layout personalization, language localization, additional plug-in support, support for HTML formatted messages, RSS syndication, and much more.


Recent releases

  •  10 May 2004 08:48

    Release Notes: Thumbnails errors were fixed. Last posts are now correctly shown in home page. The missing /admin/del_topic.php file was included, and "error_reporting (E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE);" was added in order to hide PHP notice messages in HTML output. The post-delete function was fixed and now deletes comments, and editing an existing post no longer affects the post date. The mod_batch plug-in now correctly updates CFG_LAST_BATCH value.

    •  14 Apr 2004 13:39

      Release Notes: Large images are auto-resized. HTML templates now validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional. The page layout is controlled by pure CSS. A new "add post" function was added in the Admin Area. "Filter modules" were added, which are plug-ins that are executed before storing a post or a comment in the database. The Admin Area was redesigned to improve usability. A Flash "Colour picker" and "Font Picker" were added in the Admin Area. The CFG_MYSQL_TABPREFIX parameter was added, in order to allow users to have two or more blogs using only one database. A problem with images sent using Sony Ericsson devices was solved.

      •  21 Feb 2004 20:45

        Release Notes: The batch script and mod_batch were debugged to fix problems with POP3 disconnection which caused messages to be posted incorrectly. Support for Microsoft IIS Web server was added. The inclusion path was fixed in the Pear libraries included. Improvements were made in the main CSS. Minor bugs were fixed.

        •  18 Feb 2004 06:17

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          19 Nov 2005 02:03 markwallis

          Development branch - CoMoblog
          We have branched this project into a new development team.

          Please see for more detail.


          Mark Wallis

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