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phpBB Blog

The phpBB Blog system turns a phpBB forum into a blog. It comes with a sample template, and is easily embedded in a home page. It also provides an RSS feed.

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  •  11 Jan 2006 12:42

    Release Notes: This release comes with a handful of bugfixes, including compatibility with phpBB 2.0.18+. The RSS feed should now be iTunes compatible. The odd formatting of the calendar for January 2006 was fixed. This release also includes new features, such as the ability to disable trackbacks, and an optional comment interface, so readers don't have to jump into the forum itself.

    •  30 Jul 2005 18:49

      Release Notes: Errors in the docs were corrected. The display of smilies was corrected, as they weren't showing up in certain cases.

      •  26 Jul 2005 09:37

        Release Notes: A calendar was added on the blog page. The pwd.php file was added to help people figure out $phpbb_root_path (in the settings file).

        •  17 Mar 2005 05:27

          Release Notes: It is now possible to do podcasting with the optional phpBB Podcast mod. This release featured new stylesheets, more GEO meta tags, and admin edits for trackbacks. It uses Google's nofollow attribute for trackback links, no longer requires PHP to have short_open_tags enabled, and comes with revamped documentation. Other small fixes were made.

          •  02 Mar 2005 09:45

            Release Notes: This release includes better handling of international character sets, adds support for display of avatars, and improves the documentation.

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