Release Notes: This release has many changes to Admin: direct configuration file download/upload, configuration file syntax checking, more help text, and smoother interfaces. Some of the configuration file formats have changed. Several HTML variable name misspellings were fixed along with a PHP fatal error if an invalid 'op' was supplied in the URL.
Release Notes: This release improves error reporting management, URL data validation, HTML (to be search engine-friendly), and configuration data parsing. Documentation has been updated, and the highlighted source files have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes an error handler and options to control error message output, and fixes two bugs in the templates.
Release Notes: This release has the MySQL code reduced by half. Source file include dependencies have been reduced.
Release Notes: This release adds two minor fixes, a major redesign of the post markup code, and an update to required file error handling.
Release Notes: This is the "reduced complexity" release. Several modules have been redesigned, some old, experimental code has been re-implemented, and all global data have been eliminated (except for one array that will follow). A problem with the comment data parsing has been fixed.
Release Notes: This version is now compatible with PHP 5.2.0 and will work on Microsoft Windows. Also included is a more robust version of functions for MySQL (both mysql and mysqli extensions supported), and a couple of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a major improvement in efficiency and performance. Configuration and HTML templates have been re-implemented to reduce complexity and decrease the number of files. Error handling has also been improved.
Release Notes: This release makes encrypted data cookies, password salt management, and Web template management more efficient.
Release Notes: This security release fixes a possible SQL Injection for one of the GET variables and fixes a post "out of range" error.