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ImpressCMS 1.3.5 Final(ly)! New Stable Release of ImpressCMSPublished by Skenow on 2013/9/24 (1158 reads)
The ImpressCMS 1.3.5 Final release is now available to download. This release, the latest in the ImpressCMS 1.3 branch, proposes several regression and bug fixes, along with multiple updates to external libraries.
This stable release includes an update to the Smarty library, updates to several external libraries (jQuery, jQuery UI, Colorbox, HTML Purifier, TinyMCE and TCPDF), and updates to core modules. The 1.3 series of ImpressCMS is intended to assist webmasters in migrating sites from the legacy architecture to the new architecture designed for speed, scalability, security and expandibility.
Security release of Smarty template engine added
Layout and Editing Improvements
We also have partnered with SiteGround as our hosting sponsor and a link has been added to the last page of the installation and to the footer message.
These are the most significant changes. For full details, please have a look at the milestone information you can find on Assembla.
Download 1.3.5 Final
The new release is available for download on the ImpressCMS 1.3 product page.
Updated Core Modules
The Profile module gives you more flexibility and control for a member-driven site. You can customize the fields for their profiles, decide visibility for each field by member groups, determine who can edit fields and create a registration process, with multiple steps and required fields. You can allow members to have their own photo, video and audio uploads, and you can let users create their own groups of friends. Members can decide which of their sections are visible to the public and which require special permission.
What's a content management system without a way to create content? This core module allows you to create and manage content pages, build a structure of pages, set the visibility of pages for a menu, set the visibility of each page (draft, private, published, expired) and determine which groups of members can view, post and publsh content. Authors can also disable comments at the page level when creating their new page.