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  3.0 is coming
Posted by: mudmin - 12-01-2015, 09:43 PM - Forum: UserSpice 3 - No Replies

3.0 will definitely be out before Christmas 2015 or your money back!


  What's new in Version 2.5.x
Posted by: mudmin - 12-01-2015, 09:41 PM - Forum: UserCake & UserSpice 2 - No Replies

Check out what's new!
### 2.5.3 - 2015-12-01
### Changed
- Turned the top login form to dynamic login/logout/sign up/account info buttons to reduce risk of brute forcing.

### [2.5.2] - 2015-11-30
### Changed
- Created dummy reCAPTCHA keys that need to be changed on install
- Integrated reCAPTCHA into the registration form
- Integrated reCAPTCHA into the primary login form
- Added a nag on login and register pages for people using the default reCAPTCHA keys
- NOTE: reCAPTCHA work was made much easier thanks to a rewritten guide by opendna over at usercake.com
- NOTE: The newer, fancier version of reCAPTCHA will be part of version 3.0.0 and beyond

### [2.5.1] - 2015-11-30
### Changed
- Brought over messaging CSS from version 2.0.2 into the uc-main.css file
- Fixed an issue caused by the header login form.


### [2.5.0] - 2015-11-30
### Changed
- This version was primarily designed to be a drag and drop upgrade of version 2.0.2 of UserCake
- Converted entire project to Bootstrap for responsive design
- Created new header, footer, and menus which now reside in the models folder
- Moved branding to models/top-nav.php so it can be changed much easier
- Moved copyright to the models/footer.php
- Renamed CSS so it would not conflict with other Bootstrap projects
- Created a dynamic login form in header that changes when user is logged in
- Added Google Analytics to models/footer.php but left it commented out so user can put in credentials
- Made Bootstrap Jumbotron feature available but commented out on each page
- Created a User Control Panel (models/left-nav.php) which is functional but will be restyled
- An index.bak.php was created to be renamed index.php if the project does not already have a homepage
- A folder named stuff was created that contains useful and recommended files
- An admin_blank.php file was created in the /stuff folder to serve as a template for extending the user system
- A blank-page.php file was created in the /stuff folder to be a template for other site pages


  Project goals
Posted by: mudmin - 12-01-2015, 08:58 PM - Forum: Modifications and Hackery - Replies (3)

UserSpice and UserCake were not meant to be full-featured CMS systems. Instead they serve as a great platform to build any web-based project that involves user management.

If you have a mod/plugin/feature that you've designed and would like to share your progress with the community.

That said, we cannot be responsible if these mods (or the program itself) introduces new security vulnerabilities or breaks your ability to upgrade UserSpice. Use them at your own risk and have fun!