Release Notes: This release migrates a lot of code to PHP 5.2 and drops support for MySQL 4.0, MaxDB, and XML-RPC. It adds LDAP and HTP authentication, a new mail subsystem, and a list of the most popular searches. It adds jQuery 1.3 as new Ajay backend and updates FPDF and TinyMCE.
Release Notes: This release changes the PHP requirement to PHP 5.2 and introduces a new and improved basic layout theme. It adds RSS feeds for every category and the ability to copy and duplicate FAQ entries. The template engine now supports blocks in template files. A public user registration was added, and the user administration frontend was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds Bengali and Ukraine translations. The Czech translation was updated. Some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release added rewritten and enhanced user management, authorization management, user and group based permissions for categories and records, Ajax support, automatic link verification, glossary support, configurable visibility of new questions, dynamic related articles, support for Google, Yahoo!, and MSN sitemaps, tagging, Microsummaries, OpenSearch support, experimental support for Oracle, experimental support for Interbase/Firebird, Ajax-powered Instant Response, stylesheets for right-to-left text-direction, improved export functions, and improved URL rewrite functions.
Release Notes: This release added a configurable simple reordering of records, sorting by id, title, and date for records in the admin backend, a comment administration frontend, a questionnaire for statistics in the installer, an Ajax-powered Instant Response, editable default values for record configuration, a blacklist for search bots, and fixes for tons of bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds user and group based permissions for categories and records, OpenSearch support, a "submit translation" link and form, experimental support for Oracle databases, experimental support for Interbase/Firebird databases, an updated Arabic translation, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This first public release includes a rewritten and enhanced user management and authorization management. AJAX support, automatic link verification, the possibility of a user binding to a category, glossary support, the possibility to delete an admin log, configurable visibility of new questions, and improved and template-based XHTML export were added. Among other improvements, new features include dynamic related articles, support for Google and Yahoo! sitemaps, an improved WYSIWYG editor and Image Manager, an improved News module, tagging of FAQ records, and a DiggIt! link.
Release Notes: This release adds a spam control center, mod_rewrite support for lighttpd, support for the Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 search plugins, and an automatic admin session expiry notice. The administration backend was improved along with the highlighting of searched words. The Italian, German, and English translations were updated. Some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The major improvements are the revision system and the revamped administration backend. The improved fulltext search lets you search in a selected category and all records can be accessed with a unique solition ID. Graphical captchas, a bad word filter and IP ban lists provide a really good protection against spambots. phpMyFAQ now supports 31 languages. This release also fixes a memory leak vulnerability in PHP.
Release Notes: This release adds a unique solution id to every FAQ record and adds support for a wiki-like revision system. The spam protection is better now with the support for captchas.