Joomla 1.5.1 ~ Having

Software Joomla 1.5 till now have been reported to be the best, with no usage or compatibility problems at all. However, the Joomla 1.5.1 seems to have a little teeny weeny set of problems with the OpenId. The Joomla 1.5.1 seems to get stuck while OpenId authentication. The problem definitely lies in the core of Jooma 1.5.1 rather than OpenID, because OpenID works extremely well with other content management systems. The SVN revision 10044 was tested and the following problems were found. The RegEx for a Username does not allow a hyphen in the username – meaning an OpenId of would be invalid. This is because Joomla uses the OpenId Url as the username. The frontend login module, html element for the login areas username field was inconsistant with the Javascript that powers the OpenId switcher The backend admin login module, The html element for the login areas username field was not the same for the frontend and the admin login – causing confusion in openid.js The Save in user manager fell over with the hyphen as well. The login page, when viewed through the com_user component did not allow/display OpenId login option because of JS issue again. Courtesy: .blog.phil-taylor.. This problem is now said to be fixed but only for SVN revision 10044 and not for earlier versions. Thus developers with earlier version may or may not wish to upgrade to Joomla 1.5.1. The Joomla 1.5 is said to be a tremendous success and more than 3 million copies being downloaded in one year. This has broken all records. The authorities although do urge the users to upgrade to 1.5.1, saying that it is far more secure than Joomla 1.5 and more vulnerable, but I would not advise any web developer to do so unless you are 100 percent sure that you wont be facing any problems and have resolved all issued like Phil Taylor did when confronted to the OpenId authentication problem. However it is said that many bug problems have been solved. The XML-RPC Blogger API plug-in is said to be a new addition in the Joomla 1.5.1 version. I havent tried Joomla 1.5 out yet so am not sure about how it turns out to be. Ill give it a test install and let my viewers know how it works in my .ing articles. Till then, Best of Luck with your Joomla 1.5. Happy website building to all!! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: