Welcome to Geeklog Wednesday, June 19 2013 @ 06:17 AM EDT
The technique discovery and used with Geeklog 1.4, then geeklog 1.5 allows to deploy multiple sites from a single core which provides time savings for maintenance. This new version available as a plugin allows online management of new deployments. The creation of the architecture of a new site takes no longer than a few seconds. A real time saver that helps us focus our efforts on the administration, editorial content, or design.
The first version of the plugin only works with mysql.
After several months required for the development, here is the first official release of the Maps Plugin 1.0.5.
This plugin allows you to create google maps, after creating the necessary key to the Google Maps API. On each map, you can, as well as users of your site, add markers. The idea is to provide a collaborative tool that allows you to create and update maps.
In this first public release, you have an Autotag to show the maps and markers, where Autotag are allowed in your website (stories, static pages, blocks ...). You can also show a map created on the fly using Autotag. To do this, please refer to the documentation page.
This is an OAuth hack for Geeklog using APIs provided by Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Geeklog's user account is created by login with OAuth.
See README.txt for further details.
One of the lesser known features of Geeklog is the ability to look up IP addresses, e.g. of comment posters, with a single click. Provided you have this feature configured to use a Whois lookup, e.g. Tom Willet's Nettools plugin.
Recently, the Whois function stopped working properly, due to changes in the underlying Whois services. The Nettools plugin 2.1 provides a fixed version of that service.
Need some new features with your paypal plugin. Try the last release 1.1.4 and get:
The latest release of Media Gallery WKZ plugin for geeklog is now available for download.
From this version I extend the functionality of glFusion version in earnest.
Need to sell products. Paypal plugin version 1.1 is out and bring a cart to your geeklog site.
The PayPal plugin allows you to have an online product list and accept payment via PayPal. Products can be downloadable as program or pdf files, or can be physic as books, CD, DVD...
This plugin require PHP 5.2 or greater. I also recommend using the jquery plugin to support lightbox feature in your shop.
If you need help in setting up or using Geeklog, please see the documentation, the FAQ, the Wiki, try our search page or browse through the Support Forum. Chances are someone else already had the same problem.
More resources are listed on the support page.
If you still can't find an answer, feel free to post in the forum.
Need help now? Try our web-based IRC chat.