Author Archives: Matthias Reuter
I’d like to announce that the IPBWI FAQ was translated from Anja Skrba into Croatian for free to help people from Former Yugoslav Republics: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. This should make it more people some easier … Continue reading
Maximizing compatibility with third party plugins or themes is always a high priority aim for IPBWI for WordPress. Some plugins or themes may not be able to get compatible without help of their authors. Unfortunately, authors of WishList member are … Continue reading
This is a big feature and maintanence update for IPBWI and a maintenance update for IPBWI for WordPress. Here’s a summary of the changelog: bug fixed with UTF-8 encoding recaptcha can be loaded with curl now, too (see updated config … Continue reading
There is a maintenance release out for both, IPBWI and IPBWI for WordPress. These include fixes and enhancements in registration and editing functions.
There are several bugfixes and new features in IPBWI 3.4.1: New Functions: $ipbwi->report->getList and $ipbwi->report->create to get lists of user reports and create new reports. These functions were sponsored by taz.de, a leading German Newspaper. Bug fixed: IPBWI forgot to … Continue reading
IPBWI v3.4.0 and IPBWI for WordPress v3.4.0 are out now. These updates bring compatibility to IP.board 3.4.0. Here’s the changelog: compatibility with IP.board v 3.4.x support for the new IP.board rich text editor. A live demo can be seen below … Continue reading
IPBWI and IPBWI for WordPress 3.3.x are currently not compatible with Invision Power Board release 3.4 beta. When using IPBWI, please don’t update to Invision Power Board 3.4 until IPBWI and IPBWI for WordPress v3.4 are released. Update: Seems that … Continue reading
Invision Power announced that there will be a new Single Sign On Interface in IP.board 3.4. My Statement: IPBWI brings a stable, flexible and easy to use SSO solution since years, well documented, opensource and with support on business level. … Continue reading
The new final release allows loading WordPress widgets in IP.board – it works now stable and flawless. Additionally, there are tons of bugs fixed. Don’t wait and try out the new Major Release of IPBWI for WordPress!