A Weather plugin has been released for glFusion 1.2.0 and higher. This plugin uses Google's weather API to retrieve weather conditions based on postal code or city & state. The block at the left is an example of this plugin in action.
The Locator plugin has been updated to version 1.0.2. This release includes a fix for cases where floating-point numbers use a comma as the decimal separator, which MySQL cannot handle. Also new is integration with the new Weather plugin, allowing weather conditions to be displayed on the location pages.
An initial beta version of the Forms plugin has been released at www.glfusion.org. This plugin is based conceptually on the robust nexForm plugin for Geeklog by Nextide. This is a simplified version, noticeably missing many of the layout functions of the Nextide version, and is intended to be a simple and straightforward method of creating custom forms and storing use responses.
This is the first public beta release, use at your own risk. This plugin has performed well in limited testing on a public site, but your mileage may vary.
Update: Version 0.1.1 is available for download. This version adds static and calculate fields.
Version 0.1.1 of the Banner Plugin for glFusion is now available. This version fixes a few issues, including a fatal error that would occur under PHP 4. The checking for topic limits was also re-worked so that banners, categories, and campaigns may be restricted to specific topics.
- Added topic limits to Banners and Campaigns
- Fixed the plugin crashing under PHP 4
- Campaign IDs with spaces caused problems in Campaign::getBanners()
- Impressions and Max Impressions were not saved when the banner form was saved
- Added click tracking to HTML ads
- Added a "target" option for each ad
- Banners weren't displayed in stories
- Centerblock wasn't working, should work properly now.
The Custom Profile plugin has been updated to version 1.0.1. This plugin allows the site administrator to create custom user data fields, such as address, phone number, membership ID, all without editing templates or code. This release contains minor fixes for issues reported in 1.0.0.
It seems that some users of the PayPal plugin version 0.4.0 are having trouble adding new products to the database. This issue cannot be duplicated in development or testing environments, so there's no firm fix yet. However, version 0.4.1 of the plugin includes a global "debug" option which will cause a variety of messages to be logged to the site's error.log file where they can be viewed with the log viewer. Hopefully this will help troubleshoot the issue. Version 0.4.1 is available now for download at www.glfusion.org.
The PayPal plugin for glFusion has been updated to version 0.4.0. This version brings several changes, most notably the ability to automatically create encrypted PayPal buttons and the ability for other plugins to provide products or services for sale.
This release is available in the download area at the glFusion web site. Be sure to back up your database before installing or updating this plugin- there have been a lot of changes to the schema.
Documentation can be found in the wiki.
An issue has been discovered with unescaped strings being sent to the search function in several plugins. Aside from simply being a bad practice, this caused SQL errors when suspect string were submitted in the search form.
The affected plugins are:
- Classified Ads
- Daily Quotes
- Geo Locator
Updated versions have been uploaded to glFusion.org
Version 1.0.0 of the Custom Profile plugin for glFusion has been released and is available for download here. This version makes use of the new template variables available in glFusion 1.1.7 to allow the site administrator to create custom user profiles without any template or code changes!.
The fields may be text, checkbox, radio buttons or dates; may optionally appear on the registration form; and may be editable by the user (or only by administrators).
Documentation for this plugin can be found here.
The initial release of the Custom Profile plugin for glFusion is now available in the download area. This plugin helps simplify the management of custom profile fields which previously required significant changes to PHP code and templates. Some initial code and template changes are still required, but after they are made the administrator can add, modify or remove custom fields with no further code or template changes.
Refer to the documentation (work in progress) for more details.
Note that this is an initial test release and may not work correctly in your site. This plugin has been tested with glFusion versions 1.1.4, 1.1.5 and 1.1.6. It will not work correctly with earlier versions.