Release Notes: Menu item structure building now only happens when an item is actually deleted. The load page method was improved with the ability to add extra $_GET variables. Major improvements were made to the default template. Delete and edit can now be done with any menu manipulation listing script. The menu system now shows a parent as a menu as well when in an active menu group. Users can now select from a multi select box to choose which groups can access what scripts. Language constants were corrected in the cronjob administrative scripts. An error when logging out was fixed.
Release Notes: Breadcrumbs are now first followed by menu items, for improved navigation. A language file was added to readme.php, and all methods were made public or private according to their type and structure. The interface was made touch screen friendly. The example plugin was expanded. The language was updated. Broken breadcrumb array sorting was fixed. A plugin database query sorting method was corrected. The plugin class was searched for in the wrong directory when in sub-levels, so this was fixed. Small changes were made to the template CSS for improved navigation. Support for IE6 was dropped completely.
Release Notes: Less configuration data information is now required in configuration.php and less admin is required on menu items, as some processes are now determined automatically. The ability to add an array of menu items to be deleted on upgrade through the plugin manager was added. The example plugin config was updated. Images were added to the login page. An issue where breadcrumb links were not correctly ordered was fixed. The pds_core_item_groups and pds_core_item_owner tables were removed as groups are now determined by plugin folder. Menu items 2110163404, 3554126791, and 3558205398 were removed as groups are now determined by plugin folder.
Release Notes: TinyMCE WYSIWYG has been updated to 2.1.2. A Leapfrog menu system with single level dropdown has been added. The core plugin structure has changed. CSS has been updated. The menu language system has been improved. A PHPDevShell Core Upgrade system has been added through the plugin manager. The breadcrumb system has been improved. Multiple bugs are fixed in the plugin system. The language method is fixed when deeper level plugins exist. Script names not appearing in various user-side scripts and email is fixed. A certain package was removed due to license issues..
Release Notes: When submitting edit/delete, $_POST is used instead of $_GET. Minor improvements have been made throughout the code. The username is logged instead of the ID alone, in case a username is deleted. A system error produced when accessing an illegal page has been fixed. Ranking by which menu items was saved was not according to user input when selecting rank last. Username not displaying in system logs or user logs has been fixed.
Release Notes: Many core enhancements and bugfixes. A plugin system has been added. The template system has been improved. System performance has been enhanced.
Release Notes: The language files were updated with grammar and spelling fixes. A lot of bugs were fixed. A nicer looking template is used. Powerful and fast search/filter functions are available for your scripts. Security was improved. Menu creation was made simpler. Advanced user functionality was added. Advanced security functionality was added. Jupload (sourceforge.net) was integrated as a method. Many classes were improved. The PHPDoc documentation was updated.
Release Notes: The menu tree system was optimized and brought back. The core system as a whole was optimized, cleaned, and improved. An easy-to-use search method was introduced to allow quick search functionality for your script. Visual changes were made, including the addition of empty results. The page splitting method was improved. The security system is improved and much lighter. Many bugs were fixed. Many performance changes were made. Programming was improved in many methods.
Release Notes: The whole engine was upgraded to a much lighter and more stable framework. HTML code was placed in HEREDOC format to make HTML look neater and easier to write. Users can now belong to more than one user group for added permission possibilities. The security engine was improved. Menu creation now happens at only one location with Menu Groups and Links falling away. TinyMCE was added as the standard WYSIWYG editor. Cronjob Manager was added to the family. Ranking and Visibility was changed to be all set under one roof. All classes were improved.