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Published by Skenow on 2014/3/30 (2731 reads)
It has been 2 1/2 years since an update has been released for SimplyWiki, and several things have been added or improved since then. Now, all those changes have been tested and validated and a new final release is ready for you!
SimplyWiki can be used in many ways - to create your own wiki with built in rich text (WYSIWYG) editors, to maintain a simple website, and to create content for specific groups of people. It supports multiple languages (even right-to-left languages), versioning, and work flows for document creation and approvals. You can see it in action at wiki.impresscms.org and www.simplywiki.org
Published by Sato-san on 2013/7/5 (1546 reads)
In Germany is the CMS module defacto the new standard of content module within ImpressCMS, since is very easy to use for bunisess websites. This lightweight module is out now in a new version. Since November 2012, the developer and the community worked together to improve the module.
We are very happy to present the updates and a lot of new features. Despite many changes, it remains a leightweighty module. The new version works togehter with the new Sprockets module 2.0 also. This means, you can use not only the tag function but also the category function. It makes easy to use in a menu.
New are: content blocks, toolbar, languages, plugin for sitemap module and more. A full changelog is available. If you have any questions, bugs or requests, please use the ImpressCMS Repository for the CMS module. An update from a earlier version is possible, but please remember also to update the Sprockets module in version 2.0 or higher.
Published by Debianus on 2013/4/30 (887 reads)
imFAQ is a FAQ module made by TheRplima (Rodrigo Pereira Lima); the ideal replacement for the old SmartFaq module.
Published by Debianus on 2013/4/5 (1035 reads)
elFinder is a File Manager Module & TinyMce Integration. The main change is this Release is you do not need edit any file for setup and module configuration: Module Preferences does the work!!
Published by Debianus on 2013/3/27 (907 reads)
Easy core and module translation tool. You do not need pay attention to PHP code or use a text editor: just translate and save your work within your ImpressCMS site.
Published by David on 2013/3/1 (777 reads)
This module provides a Web Speech API Interface to search in XOOPS and ImpressCMS. It supplies a block which mimics the standard system search block with voice recognition capabilities when used with supporting browsers (at this time, Google Chrome V25 or higher.)
Published by Madfish on 2013/2/25 (1088 reads)
The "Gone Native Collection" is a set of free modules for the ImpressCMS content management system. They are all compatible with and native to ImpressCMS V1.3.x. The collection includes:
Published by Debianus on 2013/2/24 (4057 reads)
What is...and Whats is not
This module integrate elFinder in an ImpressCMS site as a module and in tinyMCE editor. Creating or editing a page using that Editor you can upload files and insert download links in it.
Published by Madfish on 2013/2/5 (977 reads)
Podcast 1.32 beta is available for download and testing. As this is a beta, only crazy people should install it on their production sites.
Published by McDonald on 2012/12/21 (1117 reads)
Hereby the release of the final version of Impression 1.12.
Published by McDonald on 2012/11/25 (1028 reads)
imLinks 1.13 is the first step towards converting this web links management module into an IPF module. Beside this the module contains a few new options and fixes.
Published by McDonald on 2012/9/18 (1363 reads)
TinyConfig is a tiny module that let's you configure the WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE more easily. With this module you can setup toolbars per user group and define a simple set of toolbars which can be used for the comments form for example.
Published by McDonald on 2012/7/9 (1111 reads)
Hereby the release of TinyConfig 1.1. TinyConfig is a tiny module that let's you configure the WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE. With this module you can setup toolbars per user group and define a simple set of toolbars which can be used for the comments form for example.
Published by McDonald on 2012/4/8 (1578 reads)
TinyConfig is a tiny module that let's you configure the WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE. With this module you can setup toolbars per user group and define a simple set of toolbars which can be used for the comments form for example.
Published by McDonald on 2012/4/7 (784 reads)
imLinks 1.12 contains some fixes and new features like the social media buttons for Facebook, Google and Twitter.