Release Notes: mojoPortal 2.x now works on Mono, so mojoPortal 1.x is being retired. New features include multi-site support based on folders or host names. The editor provider model has support for both FCKeditor and TinyMCE. This release has improved markup semantics and CSS organization.
Release Notes: A new customizable user profile system allows easy control of arbitrary properties for inclusion on the User Profile page. You can also specify user properties as required for registration and they will automatically show up on the registration page. Many other enhancements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds user-personalizable pages similar to My Yahoo or pageflakes.com, a streamlined new Content Manager module, XHTML compliance, table-less CSS layouts and menus, the newest FCKeditor, and more.
Release Notes: This release includes support for LDAP authentication and more notification options for the Forums.
Release Notes: CSS organisation was approved, and two new skins were added. Improvements were made to the forum administration and menu system. Blog category management was improved. A Dutch Culture file was added. A number of bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes a new HttpModule called NeatUpload for handling file uploads gracefully with a progress bar. The final release of FCKeditor 2.0 is also included. Numerous small enhancements and bugfixes were made. Localization was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to search all site content with role-based filtering of results. Logging capabilities have been added. The default settings just log errors, but you can also set logging to debug and get more verbose logging to help troubleshoot any problems.
Release Notes: This release includes a new Friendly URL mapping feature that allows you to map friendly URLs to real pages in the site. For example, /Forums maps to /Default.aspx?pageindex=3&pageid=5. You could use it to give a user a friendly url for his blog like somesite.com/someuser. This release includes calendar and category navigation for the blog, and the ability to give a single user edit permission to any feature instance without creating a role. This is particularly useful for giving a user a blog, but can be used with any of the site features.