Armadillo v1.5 now ready for prime time!

by Jonathan on July 3, 2014

I’ve just released Armadillo v1.5, a huge free update for all Armadillo users. There are lots and lots and lots of new stuff, and we were able to build in many of your most requested features:

  • Unique meta content for each page and post
  • Unique browser title for each page and post (the RW generated one is no longer duplicated)
  • Localized blog dates
  • Security improvements (username and password are sent in separate emails when online setup is complete)
  • New “Blogger” role, just for creating and editing blog posts
  • Fresh new font throughout, and improved Settings layout
  • Lots of bug fixes!

There was even more we wanted to do, so we’ll begin working on the next update, v1.6, here shortly. Some of the things planned for v1.6?

  • Improved support for Joe Workman’s Foundation theme
  • More security improvements, like limiting the number of failed login attempts, etc.
  • And more!

Be sure to get in touch with us know any specific feature requests you have.

We’ve also moved the Armadillo documentation, and hope the new look and feel helps you find what you’re looking for!

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Armadillo v1.5 Beta Testing

by Jonathan on June 23, 2014

Just today we’ve started beta testing Armadillo v1.5 which, among many other things, allows you to create unique meta content for individual blog posts. Each page and blog post also will have a unique browser title, to help further improve Armadillo’s SEO performance.

There are a lot more changes under the hood (localized blog date, new dedicated post summary creation, new “blogger” role, etc.), so if you’d like to give the new version a shake down and help us find the last remaining bugs, please get in touch!

If you don’t have Armadillo, you can also purchase it now for 25% off using discount code ArmadilloSummerBeta.

Once you’ve purchased Armadillo, send us an email and let me know you want to join the beta program, and we’ll send you the beta version.

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