Fixed: wpdb::prepare() warnings
Fixed: variables did not work in the “Already confirmed” action page template/p>
Fixed: issue with the posts not loading in the Blog Broadcast
Improved: the plugin uses PHPMailer class from the WordPress core now
Highly recommended security update
Intermediate highly recommended update before the major upgrade release.
Contains several important fixes and improvements.
Fixed: the plugin caused a warning when using Internet Explorer and when FORCE_SSL_ADMIN was defined while the blog itself did not use SSL.
Fixed: removed uid from the URL of the “already confirmed” page.
Fixed: issue with the “Send Broadcast Now” button as discussed on our user forum.
Fixed: issue with the manual email broadcast option as discussed on our user forum.
Fixed: issue with the glock2.min.js and the gsom.css files as discussed on our user forum.
Fixed: the “Test” button for the “Test Email” option in G-Lock Opt-In -> Settings -> General did not work properly in the Internet Explorer.
Fixed: the plugin showed the wrong date in the Blog Broadcast settings.
Fixed: issues on WordPress 2.9 and PHP < 5.2 - the Blog Broadcast tab was blank and the "Update Options" button did not work in G-Lock Opt-In settings.
Fixed:when trying to see subscribers in “Manage Subscribers’ for the users who have WordPress installed in a folder and not in the root directory.
Fixed: blog broadcast could not find posts and send email if WordPress was installed in a folder and not in the root directory.
Fixed: the cron job code is re-written to be compatible with other plugins.
Fixed: the conflict with the Contact Form 7 plugin.
Fixed: the “Update Options” button in the plugin settings did not work in the Internet Explorer.
Fixed: subscription confirmation and welcome emails are sent in the plain text format.
Fixed: “From” field in the email header is formed as “From Name” and shown as “From Name”.
Mail engine switched to PHPMailer 5. Now the plugin supports SSL and you can use it with the Gmail SMTP server.
Fixed: automatic email broadcast as discussed on our user forum.
Fixed: tabs in the Blog Broadcast settings did not work.
Fixed: the widget did not display correctly with the default WordPress theme. There was a space between the title and actual submission form.
Fixed: manual broadcast sending on some systems.
Fixed: issue with manual broadcast email sending. The function was enforcing the ‘date’ mode, and was not sending a broadcast email if there were no new posts.
Fixed: “email not found” error when someone who has already subscribed tried to fill out the signup form.
Fixed: the subscribers did not show on certain blogs.
Fixed: issue with the $ sign as discussed on our user forum.
Fixed: a few minor bugs.
Added: new $rss_item_author variable that allows include the author of the post in broadcast emails.
Fixed: problem with custom SMTP server settings as discussed on our user forum.
Fixed: if you renamed the “Subscribe” button, the plugin redirected you to the home page instead of a “Thank you” page.
Removed the TinyMCE HTML editor from broadcast email templates because it filtered HTML tags and made editing of the HTML source impossible.
Added: new sending options in the Email Settings – “Use PHP Mail” and “Use Sendmail directly (*nix only)”.
Added: “Include full posts into broadcast email” option in the Blog Broadcast settings.
Added: “Don’t show images in broadcast emails” option in the Blog Broadcast settings.
Added: ability to specify the length of the post excerpt that will be included into the broadcast email.
Added: abuility to specify the max number of the feed items that will be included into the broadcast email.
Added: ability to select the date of the posts that will be included into the broadcast email.
Added: ability to select the categories and authors that will be included into the broadcast email.
Added: ability to send broadcast manually at any time
Changed: Blog Broadcast settings are removed from the plugin settings and added as a new item in G-Lock Opt-In -> Blog Broadcast
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