Feature Updates

  • Added a new page attribute, "Exclude from Page List." Now "Exclude from Nav" only affects Auto-Nav. Use "exclude from page list" to affect page list. Any sites that are upgraded and use Exclude from Nav will have those pages also automatically set to "Exclude from Page List" (honoring previous functionality.)

Major Bug Fixes

  • Fixed database error that came when pages were duplicated.
  • Fixed attribute error that resulted in database duplication constraint errors when adding blocks and updating pages
  • Changing the page owner should be possible from the sitemap.
  • Modifying "file" type attributes should be possible from the sitemap.
  • PHP 5.1 is now supported again (although date/time functionality requires 5.2 but should degrade gracefully.)

Additional Behavioral Improvements

  • Improved display of dashboard in 1024x768 browser windows
  • Fixing too-strict email validation in the strings validation helper.
  • All items in logs should be properly html encoded.
  • Mail exceptions should be logged correctly.
  • When login via email address is selected, username is now available as an option when adding a new user.
  • Page list should now show external links
  • Will use the built-in PHP ZIP functionality if it is available, rather than /usr/bin/zip - Thanks Remo

Additional Bug Fixes

  • Fixes for plain yogurt template in Internet Explorer
  • Fixes to friends community functionality in user profile.
  • W3C validation fixes.
  • Fixed problems that arose with "allow pass by reference" was off.
  • Fixed Internet Explorer not refreshing the captcha image.
  • Fixed bug with mail helper incorrectly reporting the from address
  • Fixing bugs when custom page type icons are used.
  • Multiple files can now be deleted at once (5.3.3 disabled this functionality inadvertently.)
  • Fixed bug in htmlhelper->hidden() when used with arrays.
  • Fix SQL error for that references ASET_ALLOW_NONE

Comments:

drkirby
Posted by drkirby on
Hey Guys.

Are you going to be adding this update to simple scripts - so I can easily upgrade using hostmonster etc?
synlag
Posted by synlag on
Thx gang.
frz
Posted by frz on
that's simple script's deal, not ours.. nag them for us.
dlloyd
Posted by dlloyd on
hahah! nagging in process!
Antonis
Posted by Antonis on
I can't see a link to download the upgrade to 5.3.3.1
frz
Posted by frz on
its the latest version on sourceforge.

If you click the blue button on the bottom of every page titled "host your own" you'll get to it.
MissMarvels
Posted by MissMarvels on
What is the latest previous version to be able to upgrade from?
frz
Posted by frz on
http://www.concrete5.org/developers/all_downloads
Posted by 312steve on
What are the steps to upgrade from 5.3.3 to 5.3.3.1? Archiving existing files and installing new concrete files is a time consuming process. A faster method would be great.
Posted by 312steve on
What are the steps to upgrade from 5.3.3 to 5.3.3.1? Archiving existing files and installing new concrete files is a time consuming process. A faster method would be great.
Posted by 312steve on
What are the steps to upgrade from 5.3.3 to 5.3.3.1? Archiving existing files and installing new concrete files is a time consuming process. A faster method would be great.
andrew
Posted by andrew on
@312steve: While I think the concrete5 upgrading process compares well to most other CMSs upgrades, we are working on upgrade-in-place, similar to how wordpress will allow upgrades to take place completely from the dashboard.
Posted by shiv on
how to use my own templates with concrete5.3.3.1 cms
please give detaills
frz
Posted by frz on
http://www.concrete5.org/help/building_with_concrete5/developers/themes/make-a-theme/

don't be afraid of the forums instead of just posting your question to a guestbook where-ever.
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