Article ID: 5762, created on Nov 19, 2008, last review on Apr 17, 2012

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk Sitebuilder 4.5 for Linux/Unix

Release notes


Synopsis:  The update addresses the most critical
known issues of Sitebuilder 4.5 for Linux/Unix

Issue date: 2008-11-19


Plesk Sitebuilder 4.5.4 build 20081118

  1. [-]  [Publication to Parallels Plesk for Windows domains] The error message displayed when trying to publish a site to a Parallels Plesk domain with disabled PHP support has been changed to reflect the actual reason of publication failure.

  2. [-]  [Publication to Parallels Plesk for Windows domains, Blog] The issue with an error message being displayed on blog pages if there are no posts in the blog has been resolved.

  3. [-]  [Publication to Parallels Plesk for Windows domains, eShop] The issue with incorrect navigation through product search results if the 'run as' field in physical hosting settings is set to either 'FastCGI application' or 'CGI application' has been resolved.

  4. [-]  [Administrator Panel, SitePal] The issue with wrong input fields validation on the SitePal module management screen has been resolved.

  5. [-]  [Wizard] A security issue with XSS on the 'unsupported browser' page has been resolved.

  6. [-]  [Wizard, Image upload] The issue with a design glitch when uploading big images using the WYSIWYG toolbar has been resolved.

  7. [-]  [Wizard, Edit step] The issue with incorrect behaviour when clicking 'No' on the 'Apply Changes' dialog has been resolved.

  8. [-]  [Wizard, Edit step] The issue with pages not being marked as 'changed' (inactive Save Changes button) after modifying table properties has been resolved.


[+] new feature

[-] bug fixed or removed

[*] bug fixed and improvement made


The Parallels Plesk Sitebuilder 4.5.4 for Linux/Unix is available in Autoupdate section through Administrator panel.

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