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MightySites 3.3.4

 

  • Feature: 'Allowed/Disallowed K2 Categories' setting to protect K2 content.
  • Feature: new override setting 'Homepage Template Style' to always set custom homepage template style.
  • Feature: direct share of native Joomla custom fields (including categories and groups) and/or fields values.
  • Feature: new override settings 'Allow Frontend Login Usergroups' and 'Deny Frontend Login Usergroups' help to control site login.
  • Feature: new override settings 'JomSocial Template' to override JomSocial template per site.
  • Feature: override default backend template style.

 

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Alter Glossary 1.5.0

  • Feature: send email to user once a term is added in frontend (configurable email subject and body).
  • Feature/fix: don't highlight term synonyms on individual term page.
  • Feature: support 'Articles - Newsflash' module.
  • Feature: captcha setting for guests frontend term edit/add.
  • Fix: issue with deleting terms since Joomla 3.9.1
  • Feature: new setting "Category Layout > Show Image"
  • Feature: terms support in Hikashop category descriptions and product descriptions.
  • Change: content plugin changed to system.
  • Change: using <figure> and <figcaption> tags for images
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p8pbb comments 3.2.0

  • Feature: new advanced setting 'User Match Method' helps to choose how to auto-find phpBB poster from Joomla user, either by username or email.
  • Changes: Joomla 3.9.15, PHP 7.0 and phpBB 3.2 as minimum.
  • Feature: new setting "Comments Order".
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