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Published by Fiammybe on 2017/4/11 (187 reads)
We are fast approaching the switch to the new ImpressCMS website. This new website will feature a responsive design for our mobile users, along with an updated site architecture that will help you find the right information more easily.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/12/28 (481 reads)
ImpressCMS 1.3.10 is now available as a final release. This release contains several security improvements, as well as a fix for a vulnerability in the PHPMailer library so it is recommended to upgrade your sites as soon as possible.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/10/29 (1000 reads)
Today we propose the following patch to fix a number of vulnerabilities in core functionalities, in anticipation of the 1.3.10 release that will include them as well. Apply this patch on top of an existing 1.3.9 setup to get the latest security update.
Published by Skenow on 2016/9/8 (721 reads)
Did you miss us? All our sites went on a brief holiday together recently, leaving everyone to their own devices for a day. Warm sandy beaches, bright blue skies, barely a cloud in the sky. The food was fantastic! It took a bit of coaxing to get us back, but we couldn't stay away too long.
Actually, we hadn't been paying attention to all the clutter we've been collecting and we filled up all the available space at home (SiteGround.com). So much so, we needed to enlist the help of SiteGround's support team to make room for us to return. They were prompt and efficient, getting things all tidied up for us and making our home comfortable once again.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/3/3 (1166 reads)
The distribution archive for ImpressCMS 1.3.9 has received an update to fix an annoying bug. Download the current version of the installer for a bug-free experience.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/3/2 (1758 reads)
We now present ImpressCMS 1.3.9! ImpressCMS 1.3.9 contains several bugfixes and enhancements, some of them specifically to work correctly on newer and better supported PHP versions.
ImpressCMS now requires PHP 5.5 to run, which shouldn't be a problem in today's world.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/2/23 (1307 reads)
We now present the Release Candidate for ImpressCMS 1.3.9! ImpressCMS 1.3.9 RC contains several bugfixes and enhancements to work correctly on newer PHP versions.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/2/9 (1178 reads)
ImpressCMS is getting ready to release version 1.3.9 to the world. As a precursor, the release candidate will be available before the end of the week.
Published by Skenow on 2016/1/1 (1126 reads)
We're looking forward to a great new year with ImpressCMS! We are entering our 9th year since our inception in 2007 and there's been a lot of activity going on behind the scenes. We wish you and all of your families and friends the best for 2016.
Published by Skenow on 2015/12/25 (1081 reads)
May your days be merry and bright!
Another year has flown by and wherever you are and whatever your holidays are, may they bring warmth, love, joy, peace and hope!
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/11/11 (2305 reads)
Jetbrains released PHPStorm 10 a few days ago, and each major release brings along some major new features. How do they help us in ImpressCMS Development?
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/8/27 (2473 reads)
Visitors to our site may have noticed that a part of the site was unreachable for a limited amount of time. The problem has been resolved now.
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/8/13 (4312 reads)
ImpressCMS 1.3.8 contains bugfixes, backported code from ImpressCMS 2.0 development and updated external libraries.
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/7/24 (2760 reads)
For reasons of better exposure and more availability of development services for open source projects on github, ImpressCMS has migrated its main development repository from Assembla to Github.
Published by Skenow on 2015/5/24 (4614 reads)
At ImpressCMS, we take pride in following good coding practices, both to produce a stable, easy-to-use CMS, and in providing the most secure environment for your websites. In this day and age, high-assurance security is something that we have to start thinking about. As a community, we’ve done our best as far as code security; now, we’re looking to advance to the next level.
We are now working with SecurifyLabs, a company that specializes in open-source assessment and remediation support approached us. Their collaborations include open-source initiatives such as Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, ElkArte and BigBlueButton. Having SecurifyLabs as our security partner will be a game changer for our entire community.