Release Notes: This release only fixes bugs found in 2.1.2; everything else is destined for the v2.2 major version update. It fixes the form copy feature, fixes a 'file manager doesn't display files' issue on some servers, makes the blog aggregation configuration tab more intuitive, and fixes some migration issues with forms, events, and navigation.
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.