The online meeting space is provided courtesy of LiveMind (formerly Yamisee)
This month David Dean will present a session on Installing & running mojoPortal in the Cloud using Amazon Web Services.
There are limited virtual seats available so sign up today to reserve your spot.
Monday, March 07, 2011 12:54:00 PM
I'm happy to announce the release of mojoPortal 184.108.40.206, available now on our download page.
A new Flickr Gallery feature
A new User Sign In Module that can be put on a content page such as the home page
A new scroller setting in the Feed Manager to enable a scrolling news ticker
Some improvements to the List/Links feature including a new introduction that can be used to place html above the list and a new option for non-ajax paging
Thanks to Jamie Eubanks for implementing a way to use both database authentication and LDAP, there is a new config setting for fallback to LDAP if database authentication fails. This allows scenarios where your internal users such as content authors can login with their LDAP credentials while still allowing public users to register and sign in with database credentials.
A new option to disable CSS caching while designing by clicking a button that sets a cookie to disable it. The previous way of of disabling it from config still works but this new way may be more convenient. You will find the button under Administration > Advanced Tools > Designer Tools
Upgraded to CKeditor 3.4.2
Updated Italian resources thanks to Diego Mora
Bug fixes for things reported in the forums since the previous release including several fixes in the SQL CE data layer and the Firebird data layer.
mojoPortal User Group Tonight
This is kind of short notice but there is a meeting of the mojoPortal online user group tonight.
David Dean will be giving a short session on how to create a control that gives you greater flexibility with your mojoPortal template. The nice thing about this learning session is that David will take everyone through how to create a custom module and install it using the mojoPortal installation system. At the end of the meeting a link to the source code will be provided so users can install this flexible component in any mojoPortal installation. Seats in the virtual room are limited so sign up now to reserve your spot.
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Tuesday, December 14, 2010 9:45:00 AM