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Latest commit 917de25 Apr 27, 2017 @sergarr sergarr committed on GitHub Merge pull request #504 from oxwall/issue1680
Fixing form error feedback on mobile context
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ow_core Add class ow_inprogress for the single target element only Feb 21, 2017
ow_cron skip Aug 23, 2015
ow_includes added form filters - the option to preprocess form elements value Apr 18, 2016
ow_libraries fixed issue with infinite tag param search in jevix library Jul 6, 2016
ow_log Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
ow_pluginfiles add missing dir Apr 20, 2016
ow_plugins Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
ow_smarty Load smarty modifier function before use Jun 22, 2015
ow_static Refactoring Apr 27, 2017
ow_system_plugins Fixing double march issue Mar 30, 2017
ow_themes Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
ow_unittest Merge branch 'master' of into issue_… Nov 12, 2015
ow_updates added meta to search results Jul 26, 2016
ow_userfiles Added special check for htaccess php_flag instructions to avoid probl… May 27, 2015
ow_utilities Fixing zero problem Jan 31, 2017
.gitignore Added http client util Nov 12, 2015
.htaccess a few fixes Jun 22, 2016
CHANGELOG.txt Beta label removed Jul 26, 2016
INSTALL.txt Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
LICENSE Initial commit Feb 11, 2015 Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
UPDATE.txt Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
captcha.php add a separate page to display a CAPTCHA image Nov 13, 2015
cli.php Symfony console Aug 22, 2016
composer.json Symfony console Aug 22, 2016
e500.php Initial commit Feb 11, 2015
index.php added mail notifications Nov 16, 2015
ow_version.xml Update build Jul 26, 2016
robots.txt Fixed entries' syntax for better bots' crawling skalfa/workflow#153 May 5, 2015


  • About Oxwall
  • Copyright
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Appearance
  • Oxwall Store


Oxwall is an open source social network platform, which supports a variety of community driven websites, from narrow fan clubs and local communities to extended social networking portals. It was designed and developed with a creative approach pursuing one purpose - to allow people running communities as easy as possible. Oxwall was launched in 2010 and is supported by a nonprofit organization Oxwall Foundation ( see ). For more information, visit Oxwall website at


Oxwall platform is licensed under Common Public Attribution License 1.0. In short the license states that: This software is open source and can be freely used, modified, and distributed; This software can be used for commercial purposes; Attribution to the authorship of this software in the source code files can not be waived under any circumstances; Attribution to the authorship of this software on the site frontend in the form of labels and hyperlinks can be waived with permission of the original author. Contact us if you need that for your project.

Legal information about Oxwall:


To get started you need to download Oxwall main package from The package includes the core of the platform and some additional modules (called plugins), such as Photo Uploading, Video Sharing, Instant Chat, Forum and Blogs. Every plugin can be enabled/disabled in the admin panel. Upload unpacked package with an FTP client, type http://www.mycommunity/install/ in your browser, and follow instructions. Oxwall core has numerous options, which allow site-specific configuration. In addition to predefined plugins, there are also many original and third-party plugins for extended functionality, not included in the main package.

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The visual appearance of an Oxwall-powered site is defined by a selected theme (themes are extensions that set site’s fonts, color scheme, and layout). Oxwall default package includes several standard themes, with more themes available for download. Users can also create their own custom themes. Themes can be customized via the Admin Panel, using simple customization interface. Additional theme customization can be done with an FTP client.

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Oxwall has it's own public Store with numerous themes and plugins available for download. Themes and plugins in the Store are created by the Oxwall Foundation team or third-party contributors. Users can share their plugins and themes with the community by submitting them to the Store.

More info about Oxwall Store: