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Responsive Menu with Menu Plugin v1.1

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The new version 1.1 of the menu plugin allows you to benefit from a responsive menu on tablets and smartphones when the width of the screen is less than 800 pixels.

What's new for menu plugin v1.1:

  • [ fix ] sql problem with topic assignment ( geeklog 2.0 + )
  • [ fix ] counting submissions comments
  • [new] Works with Geeklog 1.8.0 and higher versions
  • [new] responsive menu ( necessary update Geeklog to jquery 1.7.0 +)
  • [new] customizable css displaced in the data folder / menu_data to avoid problems during the update by downloading the archive
  • [new] moved the cache folder in the data folder / menu_data /

Download Menu Plugin v1.1

Documentation for Menu Plugin v1.1

Geeklog 2.1.0 BETA 1

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Announcements

The first beta version of Geeklog 2.1.0 is now available for download.

New features in this version include:

  • Integrated Caching Template Library original developed by Joe Mucchiello
  • Support for themes to specify a default theme. Default themes template and css files will be used unless they are included in the new theme directory
  • Added configruable caching support for blocks (regular and gldefault), staticpages and articles
  • Speed increases by caching topic tree structure
  • What's Related article block now includes all Topics. Can set length of titles
  • Articles now list what Topics they are filed under
  • New related_topics autotag. It displays all topics an item belongs too
  • New related_items autotag. It displays all other related items based on what topics the defined item belongs too
  • Updated Command & Control layout. Plugins can now organized into groups
  • New OAuth login methods supported (Google, Microsoft, Yahoo). OAuth supported now includes 1.0, 1.0a, and 2.0 (depends on what the provider supports)
  • Javascript and css can now be loaded in a specified order
  • Numerous fixes for multi-language support
  • Added CKEditor 4.3.2 as the default advanced editor for Geeklog
  • New article render which fixes entities etc... from showing up where they shouldn't
  • New Advanced Editor System that allows developers to easily to add new javascript editors
  • Article, Staticpages Poll and Topic IDs can now be 128 characters long
  • User Login page now can be accessed directly without first displaying a login error message
  • Fixed deadlock issues with the session table
  • Updated Hebrew language files, provided by LWC
  • jQuery can now be included in the header
  • Updated to jQuery 1.10.2 and jQuery UI to 1.10.3
  • Added a Filemanager
  • Added timepicker jQuery control

... as well as a lot of other improvements. The complete list can be found in the history.txt file located in the release.

We would also like to put a request out there for translators. If you speak and write another language besides English or Japanese and would like to contribute to Geeklog please join the geeklog-translations mailing list. Translating Geeklog isn't complicated. Instructions can be found on the Geeklog Wiki or simply ask on the translation list.

We would like to encourage you to download this beta version, try it out, and give us your feedback. This is a beta version and it may still contain bugs. If you find any please report them in our Bug Tracker. Depending on what issues are found the development team hopes to have the final release of Geeklog 2.1.0 out by the end of April, 2014.

Geeklog.net also has been updated and is now running Geeklog 2.1.0 Beta 1.

Maps Plugin v1.3 - Now Supports Google Maps API v3

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The Maps plugin allows you to create, manage and display Google Maps in your site. The 1.3 version of Maps plugin now supports Google API V3.

This new version of Maps plugin also brings some new features:

  • The list of tags is now displayed under each map.
  • When the "Profile display directions" option is enabled, markers diplay a form to enter a starting address to get directions to get to the marker.
  • If the "Display events map" option is enabled, which is the default, a map of the event is displayed on the main page of the Calendar plugin. Similarly, if the place ("location") is entered for a given event, a map is displayed on the page of the event.

Download Maps plugin v 1.3+: http://geeklog.fr/wiki/plugins:maps