Nucleus v3.2 Released

After a cold & snowy winter, with months of comment spam irritation, we are glad to release version 3.2 of Nucleus! Nucleus v3.2 is aimed at minimizing your exposure to comment and trackback spam, while also providing increased usability.

The important changes:

  • The plugin API got enhanced, providing the necessary hooks for spam-fighting plugins like NP_Captcha.
  • Comment form errors are handled much more userfriendly now.
  • Links in comments get the rel="nofollow" attribute added, following the initiative led by Google.
  • New (great-looking!) default skin on full installs.
  • On full installs, the SkinFiles plugin is installed by default.
  • Member registration now uses account activation.
  • Fixed bugs, and more fixed issues.
  • View the full changelog

We are very enthusiastic about what has been achieved, and hope you will be too. Now go!

March 07, 2005 - Permalink

Nucleus v3.15 Released

We've released a new version of the Nucleus CMS Core. Compared to v3.1, this release mainly contains security fixes. Next to that, a new feature has been added to allow all comments for a blog to be viewed directly from the admin area, in one single list.

November 14, 2004 - Permalink

Nucleus Demo

Want to "try out" Nucleus without actually installing it? Do you want to experience the actual admin area instead of looking at some static screenshots? Then try out the new Nucleus Demo website. It's a fully functional Nucleus install where anyone is allowed to log in and take a look around. (thanks Xiffy!)

September 13, 2004 - Permalink

Nucleus v3.1 Released

In response to a reported SQL Injection Vulnerability in Nucleus, we've made Nucleus v3.1 available for download. Next to the fixed vulnerability, some minor fixes to v3.0 and performance enhancements are included.

July 28, 2004 - Permalink

MT To Nucleus conversion

Good news for those that are switching from Movable Type to Nucleus: Leonbloy has released an updated version of the Movable Type to Nucleus conversion script.

July 24, 2004 - Permalink

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