I’m happy to announce the release of mojoPortal 18.104.22.168, available now on our download page.
This is a significant release with lots of new goodness.
Improvements to Windows Live Writer support. A completely new implementation of metaweblog api with new support for Creating and Editing CMS pages in addition to Blog posts.
Support for Windows Azure AppFabric cache and new guidance for hosting mojoPortal on Windows Azure.
New option to close a site so that it can only be browsed by Administrators and Content Administrators.
New button in Add/Edit Pages (aka PageTree.aspx) to resort child pages of the selected page alphabetically.
Use of WYSIWYG editors CKeditor and TinyMCE is now possible in IOS 5 devices.
Upgraded to TinyMCE 3.4.7
AllowPersistentLogin setting has been promoted from a Web.config setting to a site setting.
Default roles for new root level pages has been promoted from a web,.config setting to site settings.
If you were using the Web.config settings for the 2 items above you will need to go into site settings and specify the settings there since the web.config settings are no longer used.
New permission for Roles That Are Allowed To Set Page Level Skins (when page level skins are enabled).
New feature to reset a guid parameter used in the URL for the csshandler, by resetting the guid you can force all users to re-load the CSS for the skin.
In permission settings, Administrators and Content Administrators roles are filtered out of role lists for permissions where they don't need to be added because they have intrinsic permission as special system roles.
File Dialog used in the editors now shows meaningful messages when a user's file system quotas prevent upload
Updated to jQuery 1.7.1 and jQueryUI 1.8.16 when using the Google
There is a new provider model for OrderCompletedEventHandlers that allows developers to plugin custom code that will be executed after payment clears on an order.
It is now possible to checkout in webstore with a zero
New setting to copy the posting user on the notifications.
New setting to suppress email notifications when a user edits an existing post.
New setting to limit the timespan in which a user may edit his post.
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