CataBlog 1.6 has been released today, and with it comes two new requested features and an assortment of bug fixes. CataBlog now sports a fancy WYSIWYG editor for your catalog item's description and also lets you modify your categories without having to delete and recreate new categories. For a complete list of changes please read the changelog.
Wrote some documentation for the new gallery feature, read Organizing Your Catalog with Galleries to learn more on how to use the gallery feature.
CataBlog 1.5 was released earlier today and features the new gallery section. With the new gallery section you can create custom collections of library items and save them in galleries. The main function of this feature is to allow people to organize their catalog library items in arbitrary ways that aren't possible with categories alone.
Just released a beta version of CataBlog, 1.4.8. This version is not considered stable, but if you want to check out the new gallery feature download it. Cheers 🙂
CataBlog Beta 1.4.8
Welcome to another CataBlog tutorial, this time we will learn about how to change the appearance of each catalog item's title. Some of this tutorial is the same from the Multiple Column Tutorial, so please feel free to skip ahead if you are already familiar with the CSS basics and overriding CataBlog's CSS classes.
Hey CataBlogers, welcome to the start of a new section of the blog. Today I introduce the tutorials section of the blog, which will feature guided instructions on how to integrate CataBlog with your site. Today's tutorial will explain how to give the default CataBlog Template multiple columns.
CataBlog users and fans, it's time to vote on the next feature to be built into CataBlog. You can go to the CataBlog Facebook Page and vote for an existing idea, or add your own feature to the poll.
First idea to reach 20 votes wins!
The poll may be found at http://www.facebook.com/questions/341317919221844/.