Pligg Beta 9.8

Pligg Beta 9.8 released today (9/8/2007) with several bug fixes and a more compatible and optimized template. We noticed today that it has been a really long time since the last major release, but if you compare us to Mac OS X we are moving pretty fast with incremental updates. Pretty soon we will be releasing our stable 1.0 version, which should be the most stable and efficient version of Pligg yet.

Below is a list of the most recent changes for Pligg Beta 9.8.

  • Fix for various ‘undefined index’ errors.
  • Various code improvements.
  • Added various module hooks.
  • Updates to make yget Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
  • Various bugfixes.
  • MySQL strict mode fixes.
  • Optimized CSS.
  • Updates to make CSS 2.1 Valid.
  • Fixed tabindex on register and login pages.
  • Fixed www / no www voting problem.
  • ezSQL cache of some of the tables.
  • Upgraded RSS Importer to ver 0.5.
  • Added ability to use Google site search.
  • Added ability to log ez_sql queries to a file.
  • Added ability to disable ‘Last 5 people to view this profile’ as it is causing DB problems for some users.
  • Hide ‘god’ users from the ‘who voted’ section.
  • Fix for MySQL usernames and passwords with “$” in it.

You can download Pligg Beta 9.8 here.

4 thoughts on “Pligg Beta 9.8

  1. The one issue that I know of has to do with the upgrade process. It should be fixed shortly and I don’t think there’s a major side effect caused by it.

  2. I’ve just modified the yget theme yesterday (most of the changes are on the CSS), and now there’s a new version of Pligg. Is there any changes in the yget theme? Thanks and keep up the good work for all Pligg’s team.

  3. Hey there, just want to check that the two modifications you’re talking about have been applied to the 9.8 version.

    I was about to download it and the comments say that changes have been made again but the version number hasn’t changed.

    Can you clarify if 9.8 carries these updates?

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