Release Notes: This releases fixes a serious permission vulnerability; all users of affected phpMyFAQ versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible. It also updates the Chinese (Traditional) and Dutch translations and fixed some issues.
Release Notes: This releases fixes a serious permission vulnerability; all users of affected versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible. A detailed security advisory is available. It also improves HTML / CSS code and updates the Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Spanish, and Swedish translations. It fixes many minor issues.
Release Notes: This release adds a French Canadian translation, improves the attachment uploading dialog using the HTML5 File API, updates the Finnish translation, and fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This major new release now requires PHP 5.3.3 or later and is licensed under the terms of the Mozilla Public License 2.0. The HTML5/CSS3 layout is based on Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2, and this release ships with jQuery 1.9.1. It adds multi-site support, auto-save for FAQs during editing, an improved advanced search in subcategories, and the possibility to close and delete open questions and to delete multiple open questions. It also adds a user control panel, support for Composer, a configurable maintenance mode, and user notifications for answered questions.
Release Notes: This release updates the Symfony ClassLoader to 2.2.1, updates the Portuguese translation, fixes all reported bugs, and improves some minor UX issues.
Release Notes: This release removes Delicious support, updates Bootstrap to 2.3.1 and the Symfony ClassLoader to 2.2.0, fixes all reported bugs, and improves some minor UX issues.
Release Notes: This release adds a user statistics report in the admin dashboard and updates the bundled jQuery Sparklines plugin to version 2.1.1, the bundled Bootstrap to version 2.3.0, and jQuery to version 1.9.1. As always, it fixes many bugs and refactors a lot of code.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Gravatar, adds Font Awesome for better icons, fixes a lot of bugs, and refactors a lot of code.