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A maintenance update fixing some stats displays and advert previews. A new thing is Jetpack Photon support for relevant banner assets.
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- [new] Support Jetpack Photon for certain advert assets
- [fix] Incorrect function call to advert preview when editing
- [fix] Today stats displaying wrong number in Adverts dashboard
- [fix] Today stats in single Advert stats showing wrong number
Shopping in the Philippines
Most villages and settlements in the Philippines have no supermarkets. Instead they have things called Sari-sari shops. They’re selling crap like instant noodles, candies, soap, peanuts and sometimes softdrinks or even cornetto’s. In some villages they serve as the major, and only, shop in town. In which case they sell some 2nd hand clothes, rice, fish, cheap toys and such like. For us westerners it’s way to simplistic and incomplete most of the time. Though I often buy drinks in such shops on my day adventures though.
Storm Urduja was a bad one, half the province got flooded apparently. And as usual the Philippines was wholly unprepared or simply didn’t care too much. People sought higher grounds until the floods subsided. Or were just wandering around trying to go about their day.
Around the Baco area, near Calapan City, a bunch of rivers flooded most farmlands, towns and everything in between. Some areas were more than waist deep. Luckily not over the road, which was only covered in about 30cm deep water at the worst point.Read more »
Still, the whole of Baco town was flooded in some places with a strong current.
A update re-doing the dashboard a bit. Some tweaks to the internals and a few bug fixes for the dashboard. Let me know what you think about the new dashboard.
On the reports server a few tweaks have been made so that reported domains are included a bit quicker into the blocklist.
Less reports are now needed to have the domain included.
Changes for 2.4.1
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- [new] Added help tabs
- [fix] Some dashboard notifications not showing up correctly
- [fix] Removed double html and css classes for errors
- [change] Improved compatibility with WordPress
- [change] Api updates
- [change] Re-arranged the dashboard