- Jack Handy, Deep Thoughts
The first Bloo Business site is up - check out Ads Around Town.
Notice - it's not a blog. It's a business site. But it is built upon an unaltered version of Bloo. All that changed were the front-page overlays, and there is an extension package that contains a few SnapOns necessary for this site.
Phil Wade and Lars Walker of Brandywine Books have just ported their lit-blog over to Bloo.
Thanks guys! And welcome aboard!
Well, finally. . . To be honest, it's been done for a week (and deployed to all the alpha blogs I control) but I basically took a week off from developing and am just now getting around to upload it.
The release notes are at the bottom of this post. This release included a ton of work on the overlay and themes administration. Overlay admin was cleaned up and made sturdier, if not more understandable. You can now preview a theme where it will remain your theme for an hour, but no one else will be able to see it (useful when creating a theme).
Um, the theme docs are still coming . . . I'm so bad.
I also added some rudimentary spam control and a spellchecker, based on googiespell. Cool.
In this release the focus is, again, on themes. Virtual themes can now be created by the blog administrator, cascaded from, etc.
Below is a list of the bugs fixed and features added:
1493965 Create additive overlays
1493963 Add Spam Fighting fields
1493962 Enable Extension Initialization SnapOns
1493961 Create the SimpleHumanCheck SnapON
1493960 Rework Theme administration
1493958 Create a spell-checker SnapOn
1493956 Re-work table-based overlay editing
1493953 Cannot edit overlays with textareas in them
1495309 Add a color-coded legend to the Themes list
1500086 Create the CSS.link.extension
1493955 Problem with theme dropdown
1495318 Fix a bug in the CSS.extension overlay
1495319 Color coding of overlays is incorrect
If you have problems, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll see what we can do for you. Any feedback is very welcome.
You also might find it helpful to visit the Bloo development blog at devblog.outofthebloo.com.