The latest version of JobRoller is now available. This release includes several bug fixes, new features, and an important Indeed integration change. Please read this entire post before performing the upgrade as not everyone may wish to do so.
The most notable changes in 1.5 have to do with the Indeed integration and a new resume (CV) subscription monetization feature. To see the full list of fixes and changes in this release, read the 1.5 release notes on our docs site.
Many of you have likely heard about the recent TimThumb security vulnerability and we wanted to address the issue as well. Timthumb is a popular image resizing script that is used in many WordPress themes (including ClassiPress).
Recently a vulnerability was discovered within the script that allows hackers to upload and execute arbitrary PHP code within your TimThumb cache directory. It can potentially hijack your website and bring down your WordPress site.
A new update to ClassiPress was just released. It’s another small update that addresses a couple minor issues which can be read in the release notes.
ClassiPress 3.1.1 has just been released. This was a minor maintenance release to fix a couple of bugs that slipped through 3.1. All customers should upgrade. Fixed a total of 3 tickets. A breakdown of tickets can be found below.
- fixed issue on theme-comments template where $ was accidentally added to a function
- fixed issue where spaces in refine search didn’t work correctly
- fixed error in refine search when selecting a city caused an implode error
I’m pleased to finally be able to announce the highly anticipated, long awaited, release of ClassiPress 3.1! This has been a release in the making for many months and is a culmination of countless hours of work from our entire team and our beta testers (thanks guys & gals).
The most notable features in this release include:
Not all categories have the same type of ads, right? For example, ad listings for cars would be quite different than real estate listings. Not to worry. ClassiPress 3.1 now sports the most advanced WordPress search around. It allows you to create category-specific search modules so your visitors can easily refine their search results.
Each category search module includes a radius (by city or zip code) and price slider for pinpoint accuracy (due to geocoding each ad using the Google Maps API) along with any other category-specific fields you’d like to include.
The time to release ClassiPress 3.1 is here. After much coding and testing, we are publishing release candidate one and making it available to all customers. While we have completed extensive internal testing and had the help of many experienced ClassiPress users in the beta testing period, releasing the product to a wider audience is the ultimate criterion.
We are making sure that we are prepared to immediately tackle any problems that may come up in the next few days. Yumiko and her team are prepped to handle any extra activity in the forums and the developers are ready to attack any bugs.
The latest version of Clipper is now available. This is bug fix release so all customers should upgrade. There was a total of 8 tickets completed. A breakdown of tickets can be found below.
- issue where new coupons wouldn’t appear on store or category pages until a vote was casted
- issue with the csv coupon importer script
- issue where using function site_url instead of home_url which affected those who installed WP in a different directory
- issue with printable coupons not showing coupon image on single coupon page
- dashboard widgets no longer show move icon when hover on bar
- dashboard so it’s now fluid width. also styled so it automatically matches new WP 3.2 design
- removed some dash strings from the .po files that shouldn’t be translated
We’ve been real busy the last several weeks delivering some awesome updates to both Clipper and now JobRoller. With that being said, the highly anticipated update to JobRoller is now available. This is a new feature and bug fix release so all customers should upgrade. There was a total of 38 tickets completed which include several new features. A breakdown of tickets can be found below.
The most notable features in this release include: a completely new “job seekers” portal where candidates can register, submit resumes/CVs, browse existing resume/CV database, bookmark jobs, manage their profile/resumes, and get recommended jobs with our new smart job matching engine. We’ve also improved the Indeed integration and added new hooks that work with the AppThemes API.
This release makes JobRoller the most advanced job board theme on the market. Existing customers can download it from their customer dashboard. If you haven’t purchased it yet, now’s the time to pull the trigger! Check out the live demo to see it in action.
The latest version of Clipper has just been released. This is a new feature and bug fix release so all customers should upgrade. There was a total of 30 tickets completed which include several new features. A breakdown of tickets can be found below.
The most notable features in this release include: coupon and store link cloaking, affiliate link click-thru and CTR tracking, new dedicated store & category TOC pages, new “unreliable coupons” section (success rate 50% or less), and store moderation option.
This release makes Clipper the most advanced coupon management theme on the market. Existing customers can download it from their customer dashboard. If you haven’t purchased it yet, now’s the time to pull the trigger!
The latest version of ClassiPress has just been released. This is a maintenance release driven by some minor compatibility issues with WordPress 3.1. All customers should upgrade to this version and update their WordPress to version 3.1 as well.
There was a total of 31 tickets fixed ranging from minor bugs (that were supposed to be part of ClassiPress 3.1 but moved up into this release) to issues created by the WordPress 3.1 update. A break down of tickets can be found below.
- fixed hierarchy breadcrumb issue where not all parent categories showed up
- fixed problem where empty search with a category selected resulted in incorrect results
- fixed all the classes that were labled ad-[classname] and changed the prefix to post-[classname] to avoid Ad Blocker Plus issues
- fixed single ad page contact form which no longer allows you to send messages by just filling out the captcha equation
- fixed custom email headers that caused gmail to send the email as an attachment
- fixed pagination arrows on the homepage that were not working correctly
- fixed warning that was displayed when turning on “Hide Empty Child Categories”
- fixed css spacing issue for multiple blog categories displayed
- fixed dashboard stats plotting graph in IE
- fixed colorbox so it is compatible with WordPress 3.1
- fixed tinyMCE so it is compatible with WordPress 3.1. Also fixed validation issues including the issue with chrome and tinyMCE
- fixed edit ad page to properly update new custom posts type tags
- fixed tinyMCE validation error message locations
- fixed styles for edit ad page where image meta data was not floating correctly in IE
- fixed radio button issue both with the edit ad page and with the “None” selected issue
- fixed clock and folder icons so the bottoms aren’t cutoff in IE
- added option to remove the “No Categories” text from the categories lists
- added jQuery validation to the comments fields on both single ads and blog posts
- added new cron job viewer tab under “System Info” admin page