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Content Revisions & Model Updates

With some updates to the Replicator Models, just renaming some database tables to reflect the modules they support, I also had the inclination (finally) to implement from a database point of view, Content Revisions. At the moment the revisions tables effect Blog Posts, Articles and Pages, the three major areas of content we've considered to be the most crucial for revision tracking.  The Control hasn't yet been updated to reflect the content revisions. However the database and model s…

Pages Module: Added subTitle for customized Display

The Replicator Team has updated the Pages to add a new Column, page_subtitle to the model. This column adds the availability to customize the Page’s viewed title, offering some flexibility instead of the default Page title offered initially and used in the display of the site’s navigation menus.

Replicator-X -Updated UI Components

While doing some new development to the Replicator Control Panel, we've added a new UI-Form Field. input-image. New Additions New Input Tag: input-image Usage: <ui:form-row type="input-image" name="avatar" width="300"> Additional Attributes: value : the image that has been previously assigned userID: in this case the Identifier for where to upload the Image Updates The Table/DataTable Com…

Replicator 5 - New Changes are coming

Replicator 5, codename Replicator-X is currently in Development. Visually, from a UI perspective, there's not going to be much of a difference, though a few updates will be noticable within the Control Panel . The Code Core has been updated and many fixes have been put in place that hadn't been previously been patched in the 4.0 release of the core. Replicator-X also includes ColdFusion 11 compatibility, and various database and configuration updates. What's been U…

Blog Module : Comments only for Site Members

There's been (an internally) controversial Feature in the Replicator's Updated Blog Module. We developed it to permit comments only from Memebers of Your Site. The initial thought of this was to prevent spammers and trolls from posting insignifigant comments on your blog (Ofcourse this can also be handled via Moderation). We considered re-developing the Comment Moderation, and it is currently in a state of limbo, however, we thought this approach was somewhat "Automatic&qu…

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