06.00.01

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 878
Change Set: 635b02abea36
Released: Nov 4, 2013
Updated: Nov 4, 2013 by donker
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

06.00.01 Release

This is the first bugfix release of the new v6 blog module. These are the changes:
  • Added some robustness in v5-v6 scripts to cater for some rare upgrade scenarios
  • Changed the name of the module definition to avoid clash with Evoq Social
  • Addition of sitemap provider

Reviews for this release

     
Im using this for a gym site so Xfit instructors can blog their WOD. This module holds some neat features, but unfortunately its so buggy its almost unusable. First off, after translating all the resx files, some things still appear in English. Blog calendar view is set to 2001 by default, so users have to click thru each month of each year until they reach what they need to view. Using the "Latest blogs" template causes trouble as well, because when u click the blog titles in it, you just get a 404. Calendar list view show a link for each month with blog posts. However, I have two posts, one in November and one in December and when I click "Nov" it shows only the blog from November, but when I click "Dec" it shows both the blog from November and the one from December. So that one is also malfunctioning. I really wish theyd stick to 5 features that actually work, rather than pumping in a bunch of features that doesn't work.
by Sizzler on Dec 4, 2013 at 4:03 PM
     
Very nice layout, still playing with it I like how it has a way to add modules to the page as templates to show information about a blog module. However a feature needed me to "Buy Evoq" which scared me in the beginning thinking I could not use this blog module without buying into the $3k per year CMS Pro Edition. Something to do with managing servers. Can't wait for future releases!
by Thabaum on Nov 10, 2013 at 11:42 PM