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Sourceforge Forum Archive

[2009-05-22] 

SourceForge forum archive located at:

http://www.dashinteractive.net/dompdf/

 

New forums

[2009-05-21] 

New forums are located at:
http://groups.google.com/group/dompdf?hl=en

All old sourceforge forum posts will be available starting 05/25/2009.

 

New project page!! Update your links!

[2009-05-06] 

Now officially located at:
http://code.google.com/p/dompdf/

Discussion/help forum is at:
http://groups.google.com/group/dompdf

 

Security vulnerability in dompdf

[2008-02-05] 

A security vulnerability in dompdf has recently been discovered. The vulnerability would allow an attacker to access any file readable by the webserver. A solution is being developed presently.

Until a new version is available, it is recommended that all users remove the dompdf.php file from their installation and to use the dompdf class directly (see http://www.digitaljunkies.ca/dompdf/usage.php#class\). If it is not possible to remove dompdf.php, the PHP ini option open_basedir should be set to a secure base directory (see http://www.php.net/manual/en/features.safe-mode.php#ini.open-basedir\).

 

dompdf-0.5.1 released

[2006-07-07] 

dompdf-0.5.1 has been released! Version 0.5.1 includes several important bugfixes:

* image url and path handling has been tidied up and should now work properly

* border styles are accepted in any order

* vertical-align works properly within table cells

* <br> works within inline tags (e.g. <font>, <span>)

* CSS height property now respected by block elements properly

* the "Attachment" option to dompdf->stream() has been fixed

* support for multiple CSS classes (i.e. <p class="class1 class2"> ... </p>)

* and many more fixes: See the ChangeLog for the complete list of improvements.

Version 0.5.1 is available at your nearest SourceForge mirror. As always, if you need help or find a bug feel free to either send me an email at dompdf at digitaljunkies.ca or post a message to the SourceForge forum.