Looking to upgrade to ProofBuddy Pro? Want a discount? Well, we’ve got some great news for you. From now until March 15th, 2008, we are offering a group buy.
What’s the deal?
If 5 people sign up for the group buy we’ll drop the price for this group buy to $90, or 10% off. If 10 or more people sign up the group buy price will be $75, or 25% off.
What if I don’t have a web site?
For those that don’t currently have web hosting we also offer a hosted plan. Normally $14.95 a month or $129.95 a year, if 10 or more people sign up the group buy price will be either $9.95 a month or $99.95 a year for as long as you stay a client.
Great! How do I sign up?
Simply fill out a comment below with your name and company name. Be sure to enter your email address into the field. It won’t be published, but we will need it to be able to send you instructions for getting your discount.
If you’re not already using ProofBuddy Lite on your server, now would be a good time to head over to the download page and setting it up on your server. If you need help we have a support forum setup for any questions you may have.
ProofBuddy 1.0.2 is now available for download. This is primarily a bug fix release for the version 1.0 series.
Fixes / updates include
- [#457] Literal line feed characters showing in order emails sent to the company email address. These characters were never included in the client emails, but several users reported them in the emails they received.
- [#436] Clients can now view their proofs without cookies enabled. You must still have cookies enabled to access the administrative section.
- [#456] Servers running IIS and certain versions of PHP would trip a bug when an email was sent using the standard format Email Recipient <email@example.com>. There is now a hidden setting called iis_email_bug that will allow you to force ProofBuddy to use only the email address which does not trip the bug on IIS.
- [#451] Meta robot tags are now included in the help pages so that they are not indexed by search engines.
- [#448] Apostrophes and quotes in item descriptions was causing an error when the item was added to a cart.
- [#431] Invalid order number when trying to view the status of an order on the client side.
- [#433] Coupons used on an active, but unsubmitted cart are now listed when you view that cart from the admin side. You can add and remove coupons from the cart.
- [#446] Last update not being updated for orders on certain versions of MySQL.
- [#437] The order submit form on the admin side is now two columns to shorten the page.
- The <!–logo–> and <!–logo_link–> variables will now look for logo.gif, logo.png, or logo.jpg files in the /images/ subfolder of the theme as well as the /images/ folder off of the ProofBuddy root.
One important note for those of you using either the basic white or basic black theme or using either the <!–logo–> or <!–logo_link–> variable in your theme. ProofBuddy now checks in the /images/ subfolder under the theme for a logo.png, logo.gif, or logo.jpg file as well as the /images/ subfolder underneath the ProofBuddy root. If you have uploaded your logo to the /images/ folder under the ProofBuddy root the file from the theme/images/ folder will have priority. By default that file is a ProofBuddy logo which I assume isn’t what you want your clients to see so you’ll need to upload your logo file to the theme/images/ folder as well. You can do this either with FTP or through the Options -> Theme tab in the admin interface.