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FormBuilder 0.89 Released

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

We have officially released FormBuilder 0.89 on WordPress.org. This edition contains a number of updates and fixes to make it even more user-friendly. Things we’ve improved include the following:

~variable~ Fields In Your ThankYou Text
Basically, this means you can add a more personal touch to the “Thank You” text that you show your visitors when they fill out the form. You could also show them a recap of what they submitted for their own records. Read this for more on how to use ~variable~ fields.

Option to show all fields in autoresponder.
We have added a new ~FullForm~ field to the ~variable~ options which will include the entire form that was submitted.

Allow admin bar to show all forms on the current page/index.
One of the coolest features of the new version is the updated “Edit Form” dropdown. It now appears right next to the “Edit Page” field, and should now contain links to any of the forms listed on the page. Also, if you’re on something like a category or tag index, it’ll have any/all forms listed in all the articles on the page.

Thesis theme compatibility bug.
One of the bugs that has plagued us for a while now is that some specific themes (like Thesis) would not show the form submission results properly. This has been fixed in this release.

Various other bug fixes.
There were a number of other bug fixes made to the code as well which should make the overall experience just that much more pleasent.

We really hope you enjoy the improvements. As always, you can download the latest release from WordPress.org. If you have questions, take a look at our Documentation and FAQ. If you find bugs, you can report them on GetSatisfaction.

FormBuilder Now On GitHub

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

We’re excited to announce a new opportunity for you to participate with us in making the FormBuilder plugin even better. We have created a development area on GitHub and are welcoming anyone who would like to come join with us to make FormBuilder better. Find it at:
https://github.com/TruthMedia/FormBuilder-Development

FormBuilder v. 0.86

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Better late than never I suppose. (this post, that is) We released FormBuilder v. 0.86 a few weeks ago. You can find it on WordPress.org. Features include:

* Bug Fix: Fixed problem with DB_COLLATE and DB_CHARSET variables not being set.
* Bug Fix: Changed duplicate form checking method.
* Clean Up: Changed post-to-form attachment box to list forms available alphabetically.
* Clean Up: New forms will now be named ‘A New Form’ so as to appear at the top of the forms list.
* Clean Up: Creating a new form will automatically load the form editor.
* Clean Up: Updated for compatibility with WordPress 3.0.1.

If you have questions or concerns, check out our new (trial) support center on Get Satisfaction.

FormBuilder v. 0.852

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

We have now released FormBuilder version 0.852.  This is mostly a bug-fixing release as there were a few minor bugs effecting the upgrade process on 0.851.  Features and bug fixes on the 0.85 line include:

= 0.852 =
* Bug Fix: Upgrade alert fixed.
* Bug Fix: Small REQUEST_URI problem fixed.

= 0.851 =
* Bug Fix: Issue with improper error processing when unable to do spammer IP checking.
* Bug Fix: Restored multi-language capabilities.
* Feature: Updated translation text to include latest features.

= 0.85 =
* Feature: New SYSTEM FIELD type. Allows assigning variables to the form without having them displayed on the form itself. Like hidden fields, but not shown even in the HTML code.
* Feature: Re-send emails from db backup. Allows re-sending .
* Bug Fix: Small problem with session creation affecting confirmation email address checking.

As always, feel free to post feedback, questions or problems in the comments below.  We’ll try to answer them as quickly as we can barring other major, all-consuming projects.  :S  You can download the latest from WordPress.org.

FormBuilder 0.84 Released

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

This version of FormBuilder is partially a bug-fix release, but also contains a few new features including only showing FormBuilder related code on pages which actually have forms on them.  It fixes the CAPTCHA bug introduced in 0.83 as well as the bug requiring field names for comments and page breaks.  The other change is that when editing forms, the field types and required field types are now sorted alphabetically.

Hope you like it.  You can download from WordPress.org.

FormBuilder 0.83 Released

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Over the past number of months, we have been making minor tweaks to the FormBuilder codebase as features, bugs and tweaks were pointed out by our friendly FormBuilder community.  Until now, these tweaks stayed with the development version of FormBuilder as they had not been very thoroughly tested, and were not major changes.

This release wraps up all those tweaks into a single new release.  Since 0.82 we have made the following changes:

= 0.83  =
* Alphabetization of forms in list of forms on site.
* Release update wrapping up all previously developed functionality.

= 0.825 (unstable) =
* Feature: Better database export controls which should solve some of the timeout problems, as well as adding paginated form results and the ability to mass-delete database records.

= 0.824 (unstable) =
* Overhaul: Complete overhaul of the javascript processing systems, replacing jQuery with a smaller, lighter library.

= 0.823 (unstable) =
* Bug Fix: Major permissions problem prevented any FormBuilder access on upgrades and new installs.

= 0.822 (unstable) =
* Feature: Spammer IP checking installed, checking IP’s against http://www.stopforumspam.com/apis.
* Feature: New field type: unique id.
* Feature: New permissions system installed, allowing for form controls to be customized for certain user levels.
* Bug Fix: URL validation was only partially working.
* Bug Fix: Enabled better field name checking.

= 0.821 (unstable) =
* Feature: Akismet spam checking.  Forms to be checked must have at least one ‘name’ required field and at least one ‘email’ required field.
* Feature: New required field type: ‘name’  Essentially the same as ‘any text’ but used specifically for the Akismet spam checking.

Hope you like the new release.  As always, you can download it from WordPress.org.  Please post bugs/comments/feature requests/praise in the comments below.

Events Calendar 0.26 Released

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

WordPress Event Calendar 0.26 includes a single bug fix that addresses an issue with the URL template tag. Thanks to Russell for finding that and letting us know about it! (as well as providing a fix).

Widgets have also been disabled in this version, as the feature is not yet complete.

Events Calendar 0.25 Released

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

WordPress Event Calendar 0.25 includes a number of important bug fixes, including:

  • Fixed an issue where automatic recurrences wouldn’t work
  • Fixed an issue where nothing would be displayed in calendar view if no calendars existed
  • Fixed an issue that would cause validation errors if adding an item from 12:00 PM -> 1:00 PM
  • Fixed an issue where after deleting an event from calendar view you would be sent back one month
  • Fixed an issue where some event titles wouldn’t appear correctly

Version 0.25 also includes the following enhancements:

  • Added the ability to add an edit link on templates for easy access to edit events
  • Added a url field for events
  • Improved efficiency by lightening script calls and database reads
  • Updated documentation
  • Added support for different start and end dates
  • Added support for tagging and categorizing events
  • Revamped UI for creating events

Documentation
If you need to view the documentation for this plugin, go to your blog, choose Settings -> Events, then at the top click documentation.

If you still have questions, please post them in the comments below.

Comment Count v1.20

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

We have just released Comment Count v. 1.20 with the following great features:

  • Pagination in order to browse back through historical comment numbers, all the way to the blog’s beginning.
  • Reporting on total number of comments by day in a given month.
  • Listing of the most commented posts in a given month or day.
  • Reading of all comments posted in a given month or day.

We hope you like it.  As always, you can download from WordPress.org.  If you find any bugs, have any comments or feature requests, feel free to post them in the comments below.

Historical Comment Count

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

We are excited to announce the initial release of a new WordPress plugin: Historical Comment Count.  The plugin allows the website owner to track the number of published comments on their blog over time.

The plugin can be downloaded from WordPress.org.  For support, contact us through the comments below this post.

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