04.02.00

Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 6844
Released: Nov 25, 2009
Updated: Nov 26, 2009 by christoc
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

The long awaited 04.02.00 release of the Wiki module for DotNetNuke.

MODULE: Wiki Core Module
VERSION: 04.02.00
Minimum DNN Version: 04.09.04

/* The WIKI Module exists in Codeplex now, not in Fortress. Latest source is there on CP http://dnnwiki.codeplex.com/ */

This release includes fixes to the Save button, cleaned up HTML code for XHTML Compliance, cleaned up isearchable code, removal of the extra BR tags inserted after LI tags, as well as an issue regarding the SEO aspects of a Wiki topic not being reused on edit.

Enhancements to the module include the extraction of the EDIT controls from the same display as the view controls for future flexibility in modifications to the source code. A module.css file has also been added to control the width of the "index", future CSS enhancements will be added in the next few releases.

Reviews for this release

     
Good basic functionality, good SEO, almost sufficient space for user and anonymous participation. Not enough moderation and control. Minor issues with unicode characters.
by magare3 on Mar 22, 2011 at 6:58 PM
     
Many problems when Adding a new page or editing an existent page. If you use Unicode characters in titles or Page Name, adding a new page will be saved by bad-characters, editing a current page, add a new page with the same content but with bad-characters in its page name.
by Saeedalhs on Jul 15, 2010 at 10:00 AM
     
-not many functions yet. -Page titles are cut off and to short. -Can not edit page titles after creation
by ErwinC on Jan 29, 2010 at 7:39 AM
     
Love the move to better CSS facilities. (I still hope to see examples or functinoality to move us *towards* the full wikiopedia experience!)
by JohnPlex on Dec 20, 2009 at 3:59 PM