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PolkaDot Blog

PolkaDot is extremely simple blogging software. It requires nothing but a PHP host and a text editor. Installation consists of copying a few files to a server. Configuration is optional and involves very simple changes to a single file. Posting consists of copying text files to a server. It's really about as simple as a working blogging system could be, while still providing features such as categories, RSS feeds, and full-text searching.

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  •  19 Dec 2005 19:19

    Release Notes: This release adds XHTML compliance, post ordering by either changed date or updated date, and the placement of all static strings into the configuration file for easy customization and language localization. Documentation changes include a how-to on setting up PolkaDot Search in the FireFox/Mozilla search toolbar.

    •  26 Nov 2005 02:35

      Release Notes: Fixes a typo in version 1.4 that broke RSS feeds.

      •  25 Nov 2005 06:42

        Release Notes: This release adds full-text searching of posts. Minor code fixes now prevent PHP warnings on some installations.

        •  10 Nov 2005 03:13

          Release Notes: This version refines the paging mechanism and adds the ability to put posts into multiple categories via symlinks. This multiple category feature is intended for advanced users and is entirely optional. The documentation was updated.

          •  05 Nov 2005 06:53

            Release Notes: This release added paging to allow access to older postings. RSS feeds were implemented for individual categories. The program no longer assumes that register_globals is turned on.

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