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I hope everyone is having a good morning! Today we are glad that SunBlogNuke v5.3 is available for free upgrade.
In this building, we continued to embrace Social Networking features with providing "post to Facebook" option in the edit post panel so that you can update the post status in your Facebook feed easily. More exciting is that we implemented a new extension called "SyncJournal", which support to update the blog post/comment to new journal module in DNN 6.2 and you can refer to this tutorial how to apply it. And as we promised in the old posts, we did have plan to utilize lots of core APIs & awesome features introduced from DNN5+ & DNN6 - we decided to include sitemap provider into the core framework this version. Due to this upgrade, it will require min dnn version dnn 5.3.1.
As usual, we collected clients' feedback and requests from our forum – in the building we finally tried to implement the enhanced version of core "Content Slider Widget" and called it "Content Slider Plus", which initially implemented multiple blogs & categories support and highly customizable with lots of popular slider effects. You just have to configure it with UI, some attractive slider with blog posts will be there at once. Take a look at how it action in the bottom of feature page.
Major Highlights in v5.3: Min dnn version required: dnn 5.3.1
The complete details for all of the changes can be found in the Release Notes.
You can get it here. Blog your way and enjoy life. :)
The SunBlogNuke Team
The title in the download section is still 5.2, After downloading the readme shows that is really the 5.3 :)
Fixed. Thanks a lot for your feedback. :)
The release notes link ends in a 404 http://www.sunblognuke.com/Error404.aspx?aspxerrorpath=/road_map/release_notes.aspx Where can we get more information on the use of the "post to facebook" option? We upgraded and can see most of the updates but we don't see the "post to facebook" button.
Hi Capitis, Fixed the link and thanks a lot for your feedback. As for the "post to facebook" button, you just required to configure the "Facebook app key" option in the '3rdParty Services' settings panel. And then it will action there beside the "Tweet this post" button. Hope it helps. Regards Baldwin
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