The [php] bbcode was removed because often people really don't understand what they include with it ... If you know what you include (if you understand what your "data/tagcloud/tagcloud.php" does, and I'm NOT talking about the fact that it shows something on your site) then using in-line php code is just fine.
but wouldn't it be better to disable PHP BB code by default (instead of removing it) and then add an option to re enable it from the admin settings if needed? This way only users that really need php bbcode support would enable it (and they can be informed of the risk when turning it on)...
mixing files of old and current e107 installs to keep this feature does not give me a good feeling... are only few people using this?
Not entirely sure this is from the update.... However it has been fine for a long while.... and then suddenly stopped working. The additional meta tag section in the admin area doesn't seem to be working correctly. I have the following code:
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