Bar ID Verification now goes through SSL when needed to make sure all browsers allow it to function properly.
Full Support for WordPress 3.6
New visibility options, allowing exact control of who on your site can see your Skysa Bar based on their role level.
Tested With WordPress 3.5.2
Support for WordPress 3.5.1 Added.
Smarter avatar detection and processing in member integration, optomizing HTML output and providing greater compatibility.
Changed the plugin name and description for more clarification as to its functionality
Multisite Network Integration
Compatibility improvements in function naming, in order to prevent potential conflicts with other plugins.
Added the option to use unique usernames instead of user's display names to help in insances where there are multiple similar display names causing confusion for your site members
Compatibility with new SSL Page Support on Pro Plans
Support for WordPress 3.4 Added.
Added a convenience sub-menu to edit your bar Apps and Settings directly from your WordPress admin area. The sub-menu is enabled after you add a valid Bar ID to your Skysa App Bar configuration.
Corrected style issues in older versions of WordPress administration.
Added support for the WP Mingle plugin profiles. If you use Mingle, the Instant Message app should now link to member profiles correctly.
Added support for Friends IM with BuddyPress!!!
Bug Fixes - Corrected a bug that caused settings not to save correctly in some instances.
Added the option to enable/disable member integration with WordPress/BuddyPress. This allows you to use a different supported member system for social Skysa apps. (e.g. Skysa Integrated Membership or Facebook Connect)
Change the style of the configuration page to a more user-friendly grouping of the settings.
Added support for more avatar configurations, including BuddyPress avatars.
Corrected a rare issue where the Skysa App Bar would load in the admin area in some configurations.
Prevented the Skysa App Bar from loading on the wp-login.php and wp-register.php pages for improved usability.
Fixed a bug which caused the Skysa bar not to draw in some themes.
Added instant validation for your App Bar ID on the Skysa App Bar settings page.
Settings page styling improvements.
A basic version of the Skysa App Bar, with a few pre-installed apps, will now display without an Bar ID entered.
Adjusted notification text for clarification.
Added an info tip next to the Bar ID field, if the ID has not yet been entered, to provide more information.
Added a help link to the app settings page for quick access to the Skysa support area.
Removed the redundant Bar Enabled option, since disabling can be done in your plugins page.
Gave the plugin its own menu instead of being in a sub-menu.
Added an admin notice to make the requirment of adding an App Bar ID more clear.
Verified and extended compatibility up to WordPress version 3.3.1
Simplified wording in the plugin title and configuration link label.
Added the option to hide the Skysa bar for logged-out users.
Added the option to change the login page a logged-out user will be directed to if they try to access an app which requires login. By default it is set to /wp-login.php, but you may wish to change it based on your site configuration.
Added support for blank profile image strings which can happen in some configurations when the user is logged out.
Updated plugin text for improved clarity.
Settings page now checks that a valid Skysa Bar ID was submitted before saving changes. If an invalid ID is submitted it will provide feedback stating that.
Corrected a potential security issue.
Updated links inside plugin to correspond to the new Skysa.com website.
Added support for BuddyPress profile URLs.
Changed the login page the bar points to, to fall in line with WordPress standard installations and not require a redirect.
Updated installation instructions.
Requires: 2.7 or higher Compatible up to: 4.0.10 Last Updated: 2 years ago Active Installs: