We are excited to announce the release of JV-LinkDirectory 5.2.0 today. The objective of this version is to introduce much more stability into JV-LinkDirectory for Joomla 3.x. This is a minor version release of JV-LinkDirectory and has a dozen improvements and enhancements and several bug fixes. This version works only on Joomla 3.x versions.
Following is a short summary of the enhancements introduced in this version:
Simplification of JV-LD 4.x to 5.x migration - The upgrade is now made highly simple for the admin to move JV-LD from Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.x. This also enables the admin to upgrade to latest version of JV-LD from 4.x version without having to upgrade to 5.0 intermittently.
Customization of Add Link Menu - Admin can now choose to create a menu item for adding link with one/two way link type, category, one way plan and basic/advanced form selection! This is specifically useful if you want to create menu item for example to advanced add link form for 1 way link directly without having to navigate 2 clicks from the directory menu.
Captcha redesign - When captcha is enabled JV-LD will henceforth load the captcha defined and chosen in the global configuration. This also fixes the "Serialization of XML file is not allowed" error on PHP 5.3.
Charts in JV-LD Dashboard - Charts are shown for the revenue and number of links added to the directory month on month for the last 6 months in JV-LD Dashboard.
There are a few other minor enhancements in addition to the above ones which include,
There are several bug fixes added to this release. For the list of bugs fixed please refer to the Change Log section in My Downloads area. We request all our JV-LD 5.x customers to upgrade to this version asap. As always, please take a complete website backup before upgrading.
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