Bondware Version 4.32
The Bondware team is pleased to announce the August release. The focus of the 4.32 release is on new elements that are both attractive and easy to use.
This month we're releasing a whole new batch of content elements. These content elements are visually uniform and should be easier to use and style than some of our current elements. The new elements are intended as replacements for some of our older content elements. In the event that you are still using one of the older elements, they will still work however, we encourage the use of the new elements. For more information on the new content elements click here.
File Listing Element
We have also added an element that lets you display file directories like content sections. Have print pages that you want to share with your online audience? Load these pages into the Bondware File Manager and display these images like a regular content section.
Login/Logout Button Element
Another element we have added to our lineup is the login/logout button element. This element allows you to set images as the buttons used to log in or out of the site. Click here for more information on using the login/logout button.
Show on Homepage?
An old Bondware feature that many folks have probably never used is the ability to automatically populate section content on the homepage. Using this method has been unreliable at best, therefore we are phasing out the ability to automatically show sections on the homepage in favor of using elements to populate homepage content. Click here for more information about using elements to place content on the homepage.
Additional features in this update include:
- Template previewing
- Mechanism for controlling failed PDF to digital edition conversions.
- Confirmation request when updating and admin member account.
- Added article links to the admin bar.
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