Release Notes: Major back end improvements were made to allow for more database drivers to be used. A standardized query interface is now in place to handle proper escaping on all queries. HTML5 and IPv6 are now properly supported.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and enhancements. The installer has been cleaned up a bit.
Release Notes: A potential remote file inclusion vulnerability has been addressed. Multiple remote vulnerabilities still existing in 2.0.3 have been corrected. The user profile page would not load. The new math captcha system did not handle unset data properly.
Release Notes: Several cross-site request forgery vulnerabilities were resolved.
Release Notes: A major overhaul of features was done. A new skin was created. The template engine was replaced with XTemplate. The AdminCP was completely overhauled. The code fully validates as XHTML 1.1. BBCode parsing has been greatly enhanced. Emoticons are finally included. Plenty of SEO optimization was done in the form of meta descriptions and content summaries.
Release Notes: The friendly URL system was reworked. Blogroll support was added. Sidebar boxes were made into features that can be toggled. The password protected gallery and download folders were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for friendly URLs was added, and is controlled through .htaccess. Support was added for pinging blog update services with new blog posts. A search function was added to search blog posts. Several smaller bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The RSS feed does not validate. Editing a folder does not return a formatted message. Creating a file folder crashes due to an improperly set protected flag. Creating a file folder crashes due to checking a wrong variable name. The number of items was added to the display on the RSS feed. Refresh time in minutes was added for the RSS feed. A meta description field was added for blog entries. This is also used as the RSS feed subheadline. A meta description field was added for custom pages. Users can now change their own passwords. Support for submitting blog entries to del.icio.us, technorati, and stumbleupon was added.
Release Notes: The error reporting module revealed database information when a database connection error was displayed. Comment submissions to closed posts were not blocked. This was usually only possible from bots. These security issues have been fixed. Other significant improvements were made with versions 1.3 and 1.4.
No changes have been submitted for this release.