LAS VEGAS, May 22nd - e107 Inc. releases v1.0.4 of its popular website content management system.
This release focuses on fixing several bugs, some of which were introduced in the previous release. In addition, several enhancements were added to improve performance and backwards compatibility with outdated software and code. A short summary highlighting important changes:
Backwards compatibility with PHP4 installations and old coding (e.g. TYPE= in plugin.php)
Preventing large (wide) images from breaking the website layout
Fixed several bugs in the ‘Event calendar’ plugin which caused events to display a day before the actual event was set to occur.
Fixed a parsing issue where the & entity would multiply. An update routine has been added to clean-up and fix installations which were exposed to this bug.
Miscellaneous bug fixes which can be found in the changelog.
e107, Inc. encourages all users of e107 v1.0.3 or lower to upgrade to v1.0.4 immediately. To download the v1.0.4 release please visit http://e107.org/download/. More complete details regarding the current release can be found at http://e107.org/changelog/
e107 is a free (open-source) content management system allowing you to easily manage and publish your content. Developers can save time building websites and powerful online applications. Users can avoid programming completely!
LAS VEGAS, May 1st, 2013 - e107 Inc. announces the v2 alpha release of its free website content management software.
e107 Inc., known for its free website content management system written in PHP and MySQL, announced today the release of its much anticipated e107 v2 alpha. The new release brings many new features and enhancements, among which are a re-worked administration area, HTML5 and Twitter Bootstrap optimization throughout as well as search-engine-friendly URLs, batch processing and inline editing.
"v2 represents hundreds of hours of development - a re-thinking and optimization of almost every aspect of our CMS, with upward of 80% of the code having been re-written while retaining backwards-compatibility. We believe that e107 v2 will be an attractive alternative for anyone who may be considering a CMS such as Wordpress, Joomla or Drupal." said Cameron Hanly, CEO of e107 Inc.
LAS VEGAS, March 14th - e107 Inc. releases v1.0.3 of its popular website content management system.
Since the previous release, support forum contributors and usability reports have been a great source for developers to improve performance and gain inspiration for many subtle enhancements including behind the scenes SQL performance and language file optimizations.
In the administration area a "New Comments" counter has been added to the "Latest" menu and some cross-browser compatibility issues with the textareas corrected.
Improvements to multilingual support included changes to the core database to ensure the proper display of non English characters.
Upgrades to the Events Calendar bring it up to date with a new standard for e107 and complements updates to core files, features and processes that have been made on an ongoing basis.
e107, Inc. encourages all users of e107 v1.0.2 or lower to upgrade to v1.0.3 immediately as this release also contains some important security fixes. To download the v1.0.3 release please visit http://e107.org/download/. More complete details regarding the current release can be found at http://e107.org/changelog/
e107 is a free (open-source) content management system allowing you to easily manage and publish your content. Developers can save time in building websites and powerful online applications. Users can avoid programming completely!
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