Piklist v0.10 is now available on WordPress.org

Piklist v0.10 is a BIG update for Piklist with tons of enhancements, PHP 7.2 support, and is available on WordPress.org. You can view the full changelog here > Piklist documentation has been updated to reflect the changes in v0.10, including updated Tutorials. You can stay up to date with Piklist development at github.com/piklist/piklist.

Piklist v0.9.9.8 and new Documentation

IMPORTANT: Please make sure you read this post before upgrading. Piklist v0.9.9.8 is now available for download. This version of Piklist is light years ahead of our last public version in terms of stability and security. This version of Piklist also puts us much closer to releasing v1.0. Additionally, we have restructured and updated our […]

Piklist v0.9.9.8 is coming: What you need to know.

IMPORTANT: If you are running Piklist v0.9.4.31 or earlier, please read this. Existing beta users can skip this. Over the last nine months, many of our users have been testing the beta version of Piklist, v0.9.9.8. This version added features, fixed bugs and is more stable and secure than what you are running… and we […]

Piklist v0.9.9.2

If you’re upgrading from an older version of Piklist, pre v0.9.9, and you’re not getting prompted for the upgrade script, then v0.9.9.2 is your answer.

Piklist v0.9.9.1

We’re killing bugs and adding features!  Piklist v0.9.9.1 is available at WordPress.org Trunk. Inspired by this support ticket by @cezarion, Piklist can now use a combination of client-side and server-side validation.  In the past, Piklist would stop any Piklist field from saving if it failed validation. Implementing this new feature will now stop the entire form from […]