As before, the content of XenForo 1.0.2 is primarily fixes for various minor bugs that affected previous versions of XenForo. There have also been a number of new template hooks added to ease the development of add-ons.
This release of XenForo 1.0.2 follows our principle that third-point (x.x.X) releases should always be more stable than the preceding version, so for the most part you will not find new features in 1.0.2. New features will be reserved for second point versions (x.X.x).
Installation and Upgrade Instructions
Full details for how to install and upgrade XenForo can be found in the XenForo Manual.
Templates Changed Since 1.0.1
The following templates have been modified since their release in XenForo 1.0.1.
General Template Changes
The following changes provide functional improvements and fixes or cosmetic enhancements. We recommend that all users integrate these changes into their own templates if they have previously customized them by using the 'revert' controls. If you have not customized these templates, the changes will be automatically integrated when you upgrade to 1.0.2:
New template hooks, and 'textHeading' CSS class replaced with 'sectionHeader'
Conditionally display style and language choosers, depending on whether or not they actually allow changes
Fix some cosmetic irregularities
Add an optional radio button for future use
Ability to change the text of the button
Pass <link rel="canonical" ... /> to the container template
Implement option to disable pop-up editor
Template hooks for public and private controls
Styling for placeholder text in Firefox 4
Fix hard coded meta description
Template hooks for member content searching and member info block
Distinguish between users's profile post and your profile post
New CSS class attached to <html> tag to indicate presence of sidebar
Fix for a bug affecting the <base> tag
Template Hook-Only Changes
The following changes relate to template hooks only. If you do not run any add-ons, and you do not intend to do so, you may ignore the following changes:
Template hook surrounding <article>
Template hook underneath quick reply editor
Template hook for more search types
If you are running an entirely English-based forum and your templates are not intended for use elsewhere, you may ignore the following changes:
Make use of 'likes_youve_received' phrase instead of 'likes_received'
Make use of 'report_post_title' phrase instead of 'report_post'
Make use of 'report_profile_post_title' phrase instead of 'report_profile_post'
Make use of 'watch_thread_button' phrase instead of 'watch_thread'
Make the inline moderation pop-up wider