Release Notes: This release focuses on enhancing list management (tags, categories, comments) by adding bulk processing, adds manual sorting to the news module and random sorting to the links module, adds tabbed and accordion views to the photo album; adds a quick upload feature to the WYSIWYG editor, implements email alerts for the blog, news, and file downloads (subscribe to updates), plus many other tweaks, fixes, online documentation updates, and features.
Release Notes: This version addresses a privacy issue and changes the role of the 'create' permission to become more flexible. Group global permissions are now offered, as are a new summary type determined by an editor entered page break, new slide show options, a refined flyout sidebar view, form data view filtering, and a new option PDF engine.
Release Notes: OOTB SEO has been greatly enhanced across the entire system, with specific default metadata being pulled and no longer requiring individual SEO settings on each module/item before defaulting to site-wide metadata, though specific SEO settings are still available. Social Media interaction has been expanded with optional auto-posting to Facebook and Twitter on Blog, News, and Event items. There are numerous other tweaks and fixes.
Release Notes: This release further refines the many changes implemented in 2.2.0, adds a new Facebook module and better Twitter integration, adds paged forms (wizards), along with many other new features, tweaks, and fixes, and temporarily re-implements theme 0.9x compatibility, now with correction messages to help admins update their custom themes.
Release Notes: This major yet incremental update fully removes all 'old school/1.x' code. Twitter Bootstrap and jQuery are now used as the primary framework libraries, though YUI3/YUI2 are still supported. HTML5 form fallback features were provided for all browsers. New Forms features for importing CSV to create a new form or adding to an existing form were added, with the option to change the form control type. More Blog views were added along with new Blog and e-Commerce site sample installation content. LDAP server user authentication was implemented. The e-Commerce function was greatly enhanced.
Release Notes: This release contains the final feature additions prior to the release of a stable version. No features will be added until after that release. This version marks the return to naming the new container 2.0 controller simply "container" instead of container2, adds a new sample e-Commerce store database (available during installation), and adds many enhancements to the online donations and event registrations modules, including the new option of single or multi-person registration using site forms to collect data.