Release Notes: This release features full multilingual site support, auto-saving for browser crash recovery, Safari browser support, significantly improved performance, security, search engine, WYSIWYG editing, workflow, SEO options, more controls for managing add-on settings from the GUI, and over 150 other enhancements, bugfixes, and usability improvements.
Release Notes: This is the second beta of the upcoming Sitellite 5. Several minor issues were fixed, including a "max key length" issue on MySQL 5 with UTF-8 tables, minor date calculation rounding errors, Safari WYSIWYG editing issues, and several PHP warning messages. This release also improves the loading time of the Xed WYSIWYG editor via CSS sprites, and adds more user interface polish to Xed and to the Sitellite installer.
Release Notes: This beta features complete multi-lingual Web site support, a vastly improved WYSIWYG editor (now with Safari support), auto-save for recovery from Windows/browser/network interruptions, improved security throughout, the ability to edit settings for add-ons through the GUI control panel, a more integrated search engine add-on, better control for SEO, noticeable performance improvements everywhere, and over 50 other enhancements, bugfixes, and usability improvements.
Release Notes: This release fixes issues with editing users, word importing, and LDAP searches. It has better PHP5 support, a new link browser, a new source editor, RSS improvements, AJAX library improvements for form parsing and POST request sending, and several bugfixes in the WYSIWYG editor, including a new HTML source view with search-and-replace with regex support.
Release Notes: IE7 is supported. Form spam abuse is prevented with CAPTCHA, blacklists, etc. Integration with Snipshot.com was added for image editing. Coral cache is used for traffic surge protection. File download statistics are available. The cache is automatically flushed to keep the site cache in sync. Google Maps and Google Site Maps were integrated. Many user interface improvements were made. SEO improvements were done, including more control over URLs. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This update included various bugfixes, new zero-code input validation using the same technique previously limited to forms, and dates that can be localized using a new localdate() function identical to the date() function, but respecting setlocale(). Unicode characters are now properly handled in page contents again. The translation builder was fixed. A new AJAX-powered page browser replaces the select box for linking between pages, mkaing it easier on sites with many pages. Quick links were added for switching between Easy and Advanced editing modes.
Release Notes: This is the first release to feature preliminary PHP 5 support, with full PHP 5 support being scheduled for 5.0. It improves support for additional Web server configurations, including CGI-mode, FastCGI, and Microsoft IIS. Additional bugfixes include an increase in the maximum size of a Web page's contents, allowing for a wider range of uses for the system, improvements to the SSL capabilities, allowing forced SSL usage on a per-screen basis in any Sitellite module, and fixes for additional user interface and API inconsistencies and other minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes the table type for sitellite_news for MySQL 4.1+, a reference to $this->current outside of an object, saf.Database.Manager to properly call mysql_select_db() on setCurrent() for multiple MySQL connections, and the cms/filesystem box to handle file sizes that take longer than 30 seconds to download. It adds new methods and functions to saf.Session.Source, including the getActive() method and session_user_get_active() function, as well as session_user_is_unique() and session_user_get_email(). It eliminates two database calls in sitemember/list for a minor speed boost.
Release Notes: A workflow action to reset the menu cache whenever a page is added, modified, or deleted. This allows you to set the menu cache to store cache changes for much longer, and guarantees the cache is always in sync with the site. Form help tips now obey the form help on/off preference. Optional thumbnail images have been added to the news app. The missing login failure notice in SiteMember, broken external links with protocols other than HTTP (e.g. HTTPS and FTP), member viewing of rejected story submissions, and several other bufs have been fixed.