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Mod Name:
SimplePortal
Created By:
SimplePortal Team
Additional Authors:
[SiNaN]
Type:
Portals
First Created:
February 20, 2008, 10:36:24 AM
Last Modified:
August 13, 2017, 09:38:04 AM
Latest Version:
2.3.7
Compatible With:
1.1.21, 2.0.14
Total Downloads:
159327

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SimplePortal_2.2.zip (198kB) [14406]
SimplePortal_2.2.1.zip (178kB) [2712]
SimplePortal_2.2.2.zip (184kB) [6552]
SimplePortal_2.3.zip (271kB) [6584]
SimplePortal_2.3.1.tar.gz (205kB) [10654]
SimplePortal_2.3.2.zip (279kB) [14538]
SimplePortal_2.3.3.tar.gz (227kB) [11132]
SimplePortal_2.3.4_RC1.zip (296kB) [1160]
SimplePortal_2.3.4.zip (296kB) [4927]
SimplePortal_2.3.5_RC1.zip (294kB) [816]
SimplePortal_2.3.5.zip (294kB) [25645]
SimplePortal_2.3.6.zip (288kB) [10404]
SimplePortal_2.3.7.zip (289kB) [399]
Manual Install Instructions for SMF


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Description:

SimplePortal 2.3.7

The SimplePortal Team is happy to announce the release of SimplePortal 2.3.7, code-named "Ghost!" This release includes fixes for the bugs found in the 2.3.6 version and is aimed at providing an even more stable portal experience for our users.

We urge all users to upgrade to SimplePortal 2.3.7 as soon as possible to take advantage of the bug fixes. A full list of changes for 2.3.7 can be found in the changelog.txt file within the SimplePortal package, but some of the more important fixes are:

  • Shoutboxes stopping working on some multilingual installs.
  • Login form in user info block failing to log users in.
  • RSS feed block failing on latest versions of PHP.
  • Block previews causing warnings on latest versions of PHP.
  • Incorrectly set canonical URL for board index when portal mode is set to front page.
  • Guests logging in from custom portal pages not being redirected back to the page.

As usual, there is no auto-upgrade option from 2.3.6 to 2.3.7. So, if you are running 2.3.6 or an older version, you can upgrade by following these three steps. You shouldn't lose any data, but for safety, you should always back up before modifying your forum.


Thanks for all your support, and keep those bug reports and feature requests coming!
-The SimplePortal Team