Projects / Simplog


Simplog provides an easy way for users to add blogging capabilities to their existing web sites. Simplog is compatible with multiple databases, and also features an RSS/Atom aggregator/reader. It is powerful, yet simple.


Recent releases

  •  06 Oct 2005 06:02

    Release Notes: The RSS and DB libraries were updated. It is now possible to include images from Flickr into posts. Many bugfixes were made.

    •  11 Apr 2004 02:51

      Release Notes: This release adds an improved RSS/RDF/Atom news reader, improved administrative UI, a rewritten OO backend, and trackback and pingback support

      •  06 Apr 2003 06:43

        Release Notes: This release features categories. Users can now read RSS feeds and add a post from a feed into their blog. They can create various types of blocks for inclusion in blog. Blog admins can now add/remove user from blog, create/edit blocks, create/edit categories, and edit comments. There is now a summary for the last 5 blog entries, and new menus. The comment administration is now done in the comment screen. There is the ability to review comments. There is an implementation of Blogger and MetaWeblog APIs, so users can now post to their blog from any API-supporting client. Posts are now referenced by unique ID in archive rather than date.

        •  23 Jul 2002 23:12

          Release Notes: Lots of new features and updates.

          •  24 Mar 2002 03:28

            Release Notes: A new Web-based installation/upgrade, storing passwords with MD5 hashing, porting all code to use the ADODB database libraries to make MyPHPblog compatible with multiple database platforms, an option to strip out bad HTML from user's comments, users can send updates to via XML-RPC "ping", a dynamically-generated RSS feed, a fix for a "New User/No Blog" login problem, and more secure lost password retrieval.


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