Welcome to Geeklog Thursday, May 23 2013 @ 03:56 PM EDT
You can create multi-level menu's online and setup the color scheme or style all using the online menu editor. Multiple menu styles are available and version 3.0 has been re-engineered to have an extendable OO class so developers can add new menu styles. Easily now pick and choose the menu style and use the online color picker to theme your site menus. The online menu options are very flexible and you can define menu labels for multiple languages so they switch for the user based on their language preference.
Currently there are three menu styles available but within each style are multiple menu options and colors. Just about any menu style and color combination is supported:
Attention all developers!!!
As Chameleon nears another release, we are asking for your help! We are looking for contributions of theme elements (called stylepacks) to be included in future releases of Chameleon! Don't delay!
Contribute your style code today! Read on at gllabs.org for more details...
Chameleon v1.0 - The Complete CSS Theme Solution for Geeklog!
Introducing Chameleon, the plugin/theme that allows a Geeklog site admin to create over 88,128 different site layouts with just a few clicks of the mouse! Based on modular CSS, and a pure <div> driven layout (look Ma, no tables!) Chameleon will transform the way you think about Geeklog 1.4.1+ themes forever!
A new release of the filemgmt plugin is now available that addresses a potential security issue reported to me by Mark Evans. Additionally, this version resolves a number of issues with the display of sub-categories and now better handles displaying sub-categories and the number of files they contain.
There are no database changes so all that should be required is to replace the changed files or complete directories. Existing sites running version 1.5.2 or earlier need to run the plugun upgrade - from the plugin editor listing. This will update your installed version to reflect version 1.5.3.
There are no database changes so all that should be required is to replace the changed files or complete directories. Existing sites running version 3.x need to replace all the plugin files and run the plugin upgrade which just needs to update the version number.
There are no database changes so all that should be required is to replace the changed files or complete directories. Existing sites running version 2.6 need to replace all the plugin files and run the plugin upgrade which just needs to update the version number. Refer to the v2.7_changes.txt file for more details and listing of the changed files.
The Bad Behavior 2 plugin is designed to integrate into your web site, running as early as possible to throw out spam bots before they have the opportunity to vandalize your site with their junk, or even to scrape your pages for e-mail addresses and forms to fill out. For more information on Bad Behavior, see the main Bad Behavior web site.
Some of the enhancements found in Bad Behavior v2.0.10 include:
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