- Use a strict comparison when checking response status using the
--dboption from the
versioncommand. This will be implemented in a separate command.
- Fixed an unmerged placeholder in warning message when add-on is not installed when using the
- Updated success message when using
- Completion messages use says “deactivate(d)” in favor of “activate(d)” in the
- Added logic to prevent the permanent deletion of courses or memberships with active subscriptions.
- When a subscription attempts to charge a recurring payment against a deleted course or membership the transaction will be cancelled and the order marked as failed.
- Updates LifterLMS Blocks to v2.2.1.
- Updates LifterLMS REST to v1.0.0-beta.20.
- Fixed issue encountered when cloning lessons with attached assignments.
- Fixed an error encountered when viewing an order for a deleted course or membership on the student dashboard.
- Fixed an issue that generated a PHP Fatal when retrieving the list of access plans if logged in as administrator.
- Fixed the access plan’s
access_expiresproperty format not respecting the specs (Y-m-d H:i:s).
- Fixed an issue that made the access plan’s properties
sale_date_endto be returned as empty.
- Fixed an issue in the form’s location settings that limited the shown courses/memberships to 10
- Update woocommerce/actions-scheduler to version 3.3.0.
- Fixed an issue causing the latest earned achievement to not display on the “My Grades” tab in certain scenarios.
- Fix issue causing a
waiting...message to display on the JS dev console.
- Fix improper usage of
apply_filters_deprecated()encountered when using deprecated theme settings filters in the course builder.
- Fixed missing text domain, thanks chetansatasiya!
- Improved the
LLMS.waitFor()runtime JS dependency loader to output improved debugging information.
- Update documentation link found in the add-on settings screen.
During the month of October, LifterLMS will be celebrating open source with our fourth annual Hacktoberfest event: LifterLMS Contributor Month.
Hacktoberfest is a month-long open source community event organized by DigitalOcean.
LifterLMS will be participating in Hacktoberfest as a project maintainer. We encourage anyone to submit pull requests to any of the LifterLMS codebases found on GitHub.
Contributing to open source projects is a great way to learn, practice your skills, meet new people, have your voice heard within a community, and build a public reputation you can take with you outside the project.
Who can Contribute
Anyone with a GitHub account can submit a pull request. If you don’t have one, you can sign up for free.
You don’t have to be a developer or coder to contribute. LifterLMS will accept contributions from QA testers, user experience and interface designers, documenters, and more! If you’re interested in participating but you don’t know how, get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to get you pointed in the right direction based on your unique set of skills and talents.
How to Contribute
Whether you’re a designer, developer, want to help with documentation, or something else entirely we have a task for you!
If you’re looking to write or improve new code, tests, or documentation, head over to our the LifterLMS GitHub repo and start looking through our existing issues. We’re using the special
hacktoberfest tag for issues we feel would be ideal for first-time or new contributors to tackle during this event. You can view all these issues here. You could also check out our good first time contributor issues here.
If you plan to work on an issue please comment and let us know. This will help prevent collisions or duplicate efforts with other contributors.
You may also want to familiarize yourself with how to write and submit pull requests, and DigitalOcean has a great guide you can review here.
Finally, make sure you sign up for the official Hacktoberfest event so your eligible to win an official limited edition event shirt.
Rewards for Contributions
In addition to the satisfaction inherent in contributing to an open source project, we’ll be awarding prizes to anyone who contributes to LifterLMS during the month of October.
Every accepted pull request will provide you with an entry into a drawing for a free LifterLMS add-on license of your choice valued up to $360.
Anyone who submits three or more accepted pull requests will receive a LifterLMS t-shirt, hat, or mug (your choice).
All pull requests will be reviewed by the LifterLMS team by November 19, 2020. Only accepted pull requests count towards your contribution count.
Resources for Contributors
During the month of October we have several events to help support anyone looking to contribute:
In addition to our weekly Monday Developer Office Hours held in Slack in the
#developers channel, we’ll also be hosting short dev chats on Wednesdays and Fridays through the month of October.
These informal chats are a great opportunity to interact with LifterLMS core developers and other contributors.
If you have any questions about any contributions you want to make, if you’re just getting started, or if you want to just say hello and keep us company, these dev chats are for you (and you don’t have to be a developer to join).
On Friday, October 1 we’ll be hosting a special hour-long office hours. This event is a great opportunity to start Hacktoberfest off with a bang.
Check out our contributor’s calendar for more details on these events.
- Bugfix: Fixed deprecated filter warning encountered when using certain development versions of the WordPress core.
- Updated the SendWP integration account management URL.
- Fixed issue encountered with TinyMCE editor instances in repeater metabox groups.
- Fixed issue causing the latest achievement to not display when reviewing grades on the student dashboard.
- Added: Added
banner_auto_fittheme setting, true by default.
- Bugfix: Fixed an issue that produced empty tabs content in group profile, when translating the tabs slug.
- Bugfix: Fixed course/membership tile in group profile not filling the area on some themes.
- Bugfix: Fixed banner image not filling the banner area on some themes. See
- Bugfix: Fixed latest achievements no showing up in reporting.
- Improved style compatibility with Twenty Twenty One theme.