New bug tracker for Wikidot
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This week, Wikidot.com launched a new bug tracker where you can easily report bugs and follow their progress as the Wikidot developers find and squash them.

The Wikidot.com blog reports that it took just a couple of hours to make this bug tracker, which is quite a complex application. The reason? Because Wikidot now has a growing collection of reusable pieces. You can for example get your own bug tracker in 30 seconds by cloning bugs-template.wikidot.com. The core of the bug tracker is a 'Hammer Navigator', which you can add to your site with one simple command.

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