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Article Sharing Version 1.0.x
This is a non-exhaustive (but still near complete) change log relative to "Articles Sharing version 1.0.x for Joomla Multi Sites"

Article Sharing version 1.0.3: Fix problem when display section blog
Tuesday, 03 February 2009 17:28
  • Fix problem in Section / Blog that does not display correctly the articles.
    Two problem were identified:
    • ┬áProblem to get the default article parameters;
    • Problem with usage of require_once in blog_item that avoid calling processing.
      It has to be replaced by include to execute the item each times and not only the first time.
  • Fix problem in the Javascript that is used to refresh the list of categories and list of sections when the user select another website.
    Internet explorer was not able to update the combo box and we had to do another implementation compatible with Internet Explorer.
When updating the "Articles Sharing" version, don't forget to go in the administration and "Purge All converted files" to clean up the older version "Articles Sharing" files.
Article Sharing version 1.0.2: Fix syntax error on Unix platform
Tuesday, 13 January 2009 08:13

Unix platform are case sensistive.

The previous version had an error in spelling the section and category. They was written with a first uppercase letter that cause an error when trying to collect the list of sections or the list of categories of a specific website.

Article Sharing version 1.0.1: Remove warning message
Monday, 05 January 2009 00:00
Remove a warning message displayed in the back end when requesting the section and categories

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