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How do I find out what version I'm using?

Posted 2011-04-24 in FAQs

If your product has an Admin area, you can log in and see the current version of your turnkey script at the top of the page.
For example: Powered by SEO Scripts 2.0
If there is no Admin area, look for a file called "version.txt" in the document root or "inc" folders of your website.

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How do Scriptalicious version numbers work?

Posted 2011-04-24 in FAQs

Generally speaking, we assign version numbers to scripts in the format MajorVersion.MinorVersion.
For example, if our first version is "Gizmo Script 1.0", there will
probably be minor updates such as 1.1, 1.2, 1.3b1, and so on. Notice the
"1.3b1"? Sometimes we'll release a small "patch" update such as 1.3b2,
1.4p1, etc. The final number represents the "patch level", or the number
of patches released for the current minor version.
The major...

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When is a version considered outdated?

Posted 2011-04-24 in FAQs

It's common to have many small updates that don't significantly change the software itself. But sometimes there is a major rewrite or significant upgrade, and we will no longer fully support the older version.
A version is considered officially outdated when it's major version number changes. However, we strongly recommend upgrading to all new versions to remain secure and get the latest features.

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