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Vulpive

Vulpive is webcomic archive software with all of the common features of other online comics, plus some fairly novel ones. Comics can be uploaded for particular dates in advance, and will appear at midnight. There is a separate "calendar view" where comics can be browsed by thumbnail. Three different layout modes are available. Commentary for individual comics is supported. Plot arcs can be organized into chapters. It is easily skinnable by anyone with basic HTML or CSS experience. An automatic RSS feed is provided.

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  •  06 Dec 2007 07:07

    Release Notes: Cosmetic cleanups and bugfixes. The appearance of the mini-calendar buttons is now assigned separately from the main calendar's buttons. The calendar view now handles chapters properly in administrative mode.

    •  05 Dec 2007 11:01

      Release Notes: When administrators view the comic, they will be able to see all comics, even ones that are hidden or haven't aired yet. Comic images can be changed directly from "Edit Comic", without having to go through the upload interface. Minor bugfixes and cleanup and reorganization were done.

      •  31 Oct 2007 23:44

        Release Notes: The formatting of the calendar is now correct in the default theme. The administrative calendar view will no longer give errors if no comics have been uploaded.

        •  31 Oct 2007 09:53

          Release Notes: A formatting bug that caused the calendar not to display properly was fixed. The title-to-filename conversion was made more thorough using regular expressions. Additional minor cleanup was done.

          •  28 Oct 2007 07:40

            Release Notes: Improved installation instructions and a copy of the GPL are now included.

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