Version 1.7.5 addresses some (mostly harmless) issues that popped up when saving settings in WP 4.7+. It also adjusts the way datestamps are saved to be more accurate to the timezone set in WordPress.
Version 1.7.4 addresses an issue where themes (like Divi) that use proprietary page builders would sometimes leave exposed code on the page with Prayer Engine.
Version 1.7.3 is another bug fix release that addresses an issue where Prayer Engine will no longer appear for users using very old versions of PHP (anything less than 5.3). Please note that PHP 5.3+ is required to use the Recaptcha system to prevent spam.
Version 1.7.2 is a bug fix release that addresses an error some users experienced with the new captcha system.
Version 1.7.1 is an enhancement and bug fix release. It includes:
Version 1.7 is mostly a behind-the-scenes update that upgrades to the simple checkbox recaptcha, includes a new plugin updater, fixes a small stylesheet bug, and includes some cosmetic changes for the backend.
Version 1.6.1 is a small update that includes the following bug fixes...
Version 1.6 is a sizable update that makes the following adjustments...
Version 1.5 is a feature release, adding the ability for users to mark their prayer requests as answered! We've also cleaned up a lot of code behind the scenes.
Version 1.4.1 is a compatibility release, adding stylesheet tweaks to fully support more responsive themes.
Version 1.4 is a feature release, including the ability for Prayer Engine admins to quickly approve a request for sharing without logging in! Admin emails now include an "Instant Post" link to help make moderation less of a chore. Hope it makes your day a little easier!
Version 1.3.6 is a bug fix/feature release that makes it much easier to get the latest version of the plugin. Look for the new "Check for Updates" item in the Prayer Engine menu!
Version 1.3.5 reengineers the anti-spam captcha to more closely match your chosen color palette and play nicely with the new responsive theme!
Version 1.3 is a feature update that adds a responsive stylesheet to make Prayer Engine compatible with mobile devices... Woohoo!
Version 1.2.1 is a compatability release that adds full support for WordPress 3.5.
Version 184.108.40.206 is a bug fix release that addresses an issue where instructions were incorrectly displayed twice after a prayer request is submitted.
Version 220.127.116.11 is a bug fix release that addresses harmless error messages that sometimes appeared after a prayer request was deleted.
Version 18.104.22.168 is a minor bug fix release for those who experienced prayer wall errors after the 1.2 upgrade.
Version 1.2 is a major release, including several highly requested new features...
Version 1.1.1 is a bug fix release that compensates for other poorly coded plugins that could potentially break certain portions of Prayer Engine code.
Version 1.1 adds two highly requested features to the plugin: an optional CAPTCHA for spam protection (yay!), and the ability to limit how many requests are shown on your wall by a certain period of time. Visit "Settings > Prayer Engine" to configure. Be sure to back up any Prayer Engine stylesheet/code changes before installing this update; it will overwrite them!
Version 1.0.6 addresses issues for users with a Home URL that is different from the WordPress Site URL. Be sure to back up any Prayer Engine stylesheet/code changes before installing this update; it will overwrite them!
Version 1.0.5 adds compatibility with more themes. Be sure to back up any Prayer Engine stylesheet/code changes before installing this update; it will overwrite them!
Version 1.0.4 fixes the "file already declared (usually markdown)" PHP bug that pops up when The Prayer Engine is run alongside of conflicting plugins. Be sure to back up any Prayer Engine stylesheet/code changes before installing this update; it will overwrite them!
Version 1.0.3 removes the solid color bar behind the prayer wall title and submit button for better theme compatibility.
Version 1.0.2 is a bug fix release and recommended download. It includes several style tweaks for better theme compatibility, along with a feature to override overzealous theme formatting.