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.Blog v2.0 is Up!
Posted by: Dale Franks on Friday, January 20, 2006

After a year of bug-fixing, tweaking, and adding new functionality, version 2.0 of .Blog is now available!

Several issues with v1.0 have been addressed, including:

1) Eliminating double comments by inadvertantly reloading the comments page.

2) RSS feeds now display full date/time stamps.

3) The function for notifying the Ping-O-Matic weblog update service has been changed, and the XML-RPC functionality has been replaced by automatically opening the Ping-O-Matic online update form in a new window when you create a new entry. So far, this has been completely reliable. We still aren't sure why the RPC call no longer works for that service, but the replacement works great, and you can see it working, unlike the previous functionality.

.Blog v2.0 also contains several completely new functions, as well.

1) Content blacklisting prevents users from sending comments or trackbacks to your blog is they contain blacklisted terms. .Blog searches the text, urls, email, address and names to ensure that the blacklisted terms are stopped.

2)IP Tracking/Banning .Blog now stores the IP addresses from all comments and trackbacks, and refuses to accept them from banned IP addresses.

3) You can now organize your posts in as many Categories as you'd like. A link at the bottom of the post, lets users see all the posts in that category.

4) You can save posts as drafts, so that they are saved, but don't appear on your blog until you are ready to publish them.

5) You can mark posts to remain at the top of your blog, so that they have high visibility.

6) You can choose to have comments and trackbacks emailed to you. Each email contains all of the information you need about the comment or trackback, along with hyperlinks that take you directly to the source.

7) A calendar on the main page allows users to see all posts published on a selected day.

As in the previous version, .Blog is designed so that the non-programmer can install a blog and be up and running in under 30 minutes. But, for programmers and web designers, .Blog can be fitted into literally any web site design you want, thanks to its modular design.

For more information, check out out documentation:



Installation Guide
User's Guide

You can get the new, time-limited evaluation version by clicking here. This is a fully functional version of .Blog, but it is limited to adding 50 blog posts before it stops working.

As of now, the system requirements of .Blog require that you have the .Net Framework v1.1 installed on your web server, and access to a SQL Server database for your web site.

As a plus, now that MySQL supports the use of stored procedures, we're working an a version of .Blog that will work with MySQL v5.0. It should be out shortly.

I hope you enjoy this new version of .Blog. I believe it's light-years better than the previous version, and I think you will, too!

To learn more about .Blog, go to WebmasterDeveloper.com

Now, I'm waiting to see how long it takes for Billy Hollis to ask for the source code...
 
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Written By: Billy Hollis
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Speaking of geek stuff, I put up a couple of humor pieces last week on the history of programming languages. Surprisingly (to me anyway), each of the two pieces has gotten about 10,000 page views so far. The oldtimers in the industry especially seem to appreciate the humor.

 
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PowerBuilder 1.0 is released. It supposedly includes a BASIC language for back-end development. Since it takes two months of training and a magic wand to make the product produce a “Hello World” example, very few developers ever manage to use the language for anything besides simple data access.
OK, I blew coffee through my nose on that one.
 
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By the way, Billy, the source code is on the way to you.
 
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