Published on February 29, 2016
Highlights from the changelog:
- Prevent uncacheable elements from being cached in cacheable elements
- Fix loading rich text editors on non-document resource types
- Cache-busting token added to manager js and css links to force refresh after upgrades
- Corrected dashboard's save button action
- Fix modX->getUser to force load settings when parameter is passed
- Various config_check improvements
- …and a variety of other improvements & bug fixes
Important: 2.3.6 contains a security patch and is considered a mandatory update. 2.4.0 contains all patches from 2.3.6, and also closes the security issue. 2.4.3 is a non-critical patch of the 2.4 branch.
Contributors on this Release
Let’s take the time to thank the individual contributors to this release (in no particular order):Mark-H, pixelchutes, Alroniks, hansek, inreti, oori, jpdevries,whitebyte, Jako, tehsquidge, rtripault, ViieeS, yoleg, tyllo, theboxer, along with many other contributors who log & triage issues, review PRs, and commit code. The MODX Community is Amazing.
Security is an Ongoing Process
We cannot stress how important it is to run the most current version of MODX. We are always improving security. Upgrade regularly to reduce the chance of your site getting hacked. If you need help upgrading your MODX site, let us know.
Get Started with Revo 2.4
Here’s what you need to get started or upgrade to MODX Revolution 2.4:
- Download Revolution 2.4
- What’s required to run Revolution 2.4.x
- How to install MODX Revolution
- How to upgrade MODX Revolution
- Read the MODX Revolution Documentation
Ask Not What MODX Can Do For You
MODX is only as good as it is because of the many individual community members and users that take the time to report issues, request new features, and submit code to the project. Make sure you read the documentation,post feedback and share your experiences in the MODX community forums.
On behalf of the entire MODX Team,
We thank you!