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Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.4 - Moindou

Posted August 16, 2009 by Robert Campbell

This release fixes a few rather important issues that have popped up since the 1.6 release. It is particularly applicable to those of us using some of the more advanced features of the content pages. You are encouraged to upgrade your sites to CMSMS 1.6.4 as soon as possible, as we now only support CMSMS 1.6.3 and 1.6.4 Enjoy! Changelog: Version 1.6.4 - Moindou ----------------------------- - Fixes a problem with the showinmenu option not being available to other content types - Fixes a problem with the lang stuff and a required reference operator - Fixes a problem with checksum verification and generation - Fixes a problem in filemanager where access time was shown and not creation time. - Adds tabindex to the list of selectable properties in the site preferences. - Fixes a problem with 404 errors if using internal pretty urls, and adding parameters to the URL - Fixes a problem with the parent page property for restricted content editors.

Announcing CMSMS 1.6.3 - Touho

Posted August 5, 2009 by Ted Kulp

IMPORTANT This release fixes a rather important security issue in the printing module as reported by a very helpful user. We recommend you upgrade to this version of CMSMS as soon as possible. Additionally, a couple of minor errors relating to deactivating and re-activating content in the content list... and to using to point to inactive pages have been fixed. Please upgrade ASAP. Thanks!

2009 Geek Moot Donation Drive

Posted July 31, 2009 by Ted Kulp

It's that time of year again. In order to fund some of the developers travel to Geek Moot 2009, we're going to require a bit of supplemental income. We're looking to fund 2 developers coming over from North America as well as the remainder of the deposit for the event space. As with the last 2 years, we're going to open up for help from the community. The goal this year is kind of big, but I'm hopeful that we can pull it off. We're looking to raise $2,000 by August 10th. This will be for 2 plane tickets, some travel expenses and the remainder (about $600) going to the event space. Donators will be added to this post on a daily basis and moved over to the donations list on the main site. We will, of course, keep a running tally of donations and give a big congrats if and when the goal is reached. Furthermore, the largest donation will get a free banner ad on our sites for 2 months. This is, of course, if they have something to advertise. If not, then we'll try and come up with something else to show our thanks. I think we can pull this off. Prove me right, folks! Thanks! Ted Update: Thanks to everyone. We turned it into a month of donations and it was a huge success! I'll contact Mirren soon and see everyone who's coming to Geek Moot in a few weeks. To make a donation, click the Paypal link:
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To signup for Geek Moot 2009, visit geekmoot.com. July 31 Tyler Boespflug - $50 Aug 1 Jordan Hlebarov - $5 Finn Lovenkrands - $200 Sandro Barbieri - $100 Aug 2 Sanjay Cherubala - $50 Maine Webworks - $50 Aug 3 Gareth Jones - $30 Aug 4 Marcus Hill - $20 Mirren - $350 Aug 5 Johnny Eshak - $100 Aug 6 Reinhard Mohr - $50 Aug 8 Shareworld - $30 Aug 9 Franck Lafay - $100 Aug 11 lonejacobsen.dk - $50 Aug 12 JeremyBass - $50 duketown.eu - $50 smilingcharleys.com - $15 AU Computers P/L - $200 Aug 13 Alessandro Grassi - $10 Pyramedia - $50 Andrew Rowbottom - $10 Webaholic - $50 Mana Ties - $50 Aug 14 Prism Open Source - $50 Das howtodo-it-Team - $10 Aug 16 Leeroy Lugg - $100 Aug 17 Viebig - $20 Karl Goldstraw - $10 Aug 18 Timothy Mahoney - $25 helminikon.no - $140 Aug 19 Renzo Ticineto - $40 tao.dk - $200 Aug 25 Piotras Cimmperman - $200 Aug 29 terapeutweb.com - $50 Katahdin Designs Limited - $30 Aug 30 Victor Ursu - $20

Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.2 - Noumea

Posted July 28, 2009 by Robert Campbell

This is a bugfix only release... infact, only a small handful of bugs have been fixed since 1.6.1. Here are the details: - Fix a problem with the unique module hash not always starting with a letter which fixes form validation problems. - TinyMCE - #3762 - file extension ignored in internal links - News - #3782 Fix IE8 toggle in add/edit news (Use Expiration Date:) - Fixed a minor template problem in News.

Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.1 - Canala

Posted July 23, 2009 by Robert Campbell

The latest and greatest release of your favorite content management system... CMSMS version 1.6.1 "Canala" is ready to roll. This is a bugfix only release. Again, the members of the development team have donated many hours to testing, fixing, and re-testing the package, to make sure that what we fix, is infact fixed, and everybody should give a big thanks to them. We've fixed the known outstanding php4 issues (thank god we won't have to worry about php4 when 1.7 comes out), and a few issues with permissions, and email addresses, etc. Important: we have fixed a longstanding problem with having multiple module calls within the default. content area. The fix to this was essentially to dramatically change the 'module id' mechanism from a simple count, to a unique hash for each module call. Therefore any of you that are doing styling, or funky smarty tricks relying on specific module id's like m6_ or m7_ will have upgrade problems. There was no way around it. Hopefully this will be the last release in the 1.6 series, and we can move forward with development on CMSMS 1.7, which will be a php5 only release. Note: Just to remind everybody out there... as of this release, we can only support CMSMS 1.6, and 1.6.1... therefore please refrain from asking questions or reporting bugs until you've successfully upgraded.
    Here's a more detailed list of what's changed:
- Fixes of several bugs: - #3138 A bug of counting modules in page --- Note: This bugfix WILL break any sites that use incorrectly hacked templates with hardcoded module id's like m6 and m7, etc. --- - #3582 (CMS 1.6) Fatal Error in contentoperations.inc.php - #3589 Missing "Forgot Password?" on default template - #3591 Default group "Editor" has no permission to edit a page - #3601 Creating new user fails, doesn't accept "-" in email address - #3606 Cannot remove additional editors from page - #3608 Edit icon of pages is shown even if no permissions to edit that page - #3612

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Announcing CMSMS 2.2.8 - Flin Flon

Posted July 28, 2018 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases

Today, we are happy to announce that we have released an incremental improvement to your favorite content management system: Version 2.2.8 - Flin Flon. The primary change in this version is to support PHP 7.2 by cleaning up the code to remove most of the warnings and notices due to the changes in PHP.

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New Video from the CMSMS Dev Team

Posted April 3, 2018 by digi3
Category: General

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Announcing CMSMS 2.2.7 - Skookumchuck

Posted March 10, 2018 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases

Today we announce the release of CMS Made Simple v2.2.7 - Skookumchuck. This is a security release and we recommend that everybody upgrade their websites at their earliest convenience.

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Announcing CMSMS 2.2.6 - Come By Chance

Posted February 17, 2018 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases

Today we are announcing the release of CMS Made Simple 2.2.6, "Come By Chance". Primarily a security release.

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Announcing CMSMS v2.2.5 - Wawa

Posted December 17, 2017 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases

Today we are announcing the release of CMS Made Simple 2.2.5 - Wawa.

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Announcing CMSMS 2.2.4 - Little Paradise

Posted November 25, 2017 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases

Today, the CMSMS Dev Team is happy to announce the release of CMSMS 2.2.4 "Little Paradise". This is a stability and bug-fix release.

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passes params to Module -> results in errormessage - #3626 Fixes issue with php 4.x in multicontent - #3636 Global Settings -> Advanced Setup -> Basic Properties - #3768 Email validation when add user - #3680 Big problem with group permissions - Fixes issue with php 5.0.5 in content operations - More minor bug fixes. - Fixes to default content on new installs

Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6

Posted June 22, 2009 by Robert Campbell

So here it is... after building alot of anticipation, and only a week behind schedule, CMS Made Simple 1.6 is now ready for public consumption.
    Changes/Features/Bug Fixes
There have been a great deal of changes,.. so I'll just brush on them here... please read the changelog notes attached with the release at: http://dev.cmsmadesimple.org/project/changelog/1897 * Content Type Changes Major effort has been undertaken to make the system faster, better and easier to extend. We've reworked the content types and various classes so that the number of queries is better optimized, and so that there is more options for configuration of what is to be displayed to your users on the edit content page. * Permissions Changes We've completely re-worked the content permissions to allow more flexibility, and allow greater control over what your users are allowed to do with respect to content. Briefly, the permssions model has changed to: - Additional Editors or Owners of a content page can edit that content page - The "Add Pages" permission states that the user can create pages as children of pages that he is already an owner/additional editor of. - The "Remove Pages" permission states that the user can only remove pages that he is an additional editor/owner of - The 'Manage All Content' permission allows you to do anything with all content. * New Themes and Content - Two new frontend themes have been developed, and the default content for new installations changed considerably. * Forgot Password functionality in admin - The admin console now has the ability to handle forgotten passwords, if an email address has been associated with the admin account. * 404 error handling changes - A new content type 'Error Handler' has been created to handle 404 errors. This page is just a regular content page with some extra functionality. This will allow you to do things like embed module calls, etc. into the 404 page. * Site Preferences rewrite - The site preferences page has been completely re-written. * Sitedown IP address exclusion - When sitedown mode is enabled, it is now possible to exclude certain IP addresses from that restriction. In this way the site can be down for everybody but the developer working on it. * Page Preview fixes - Page preview now works with page templates that have multiple content blocks. * UTF-8 changes for new installs - On new installs, the installer now tries to change the default encoding for newly created tables, etc. This allows better utf-8 flow for most sites. - A new 'set_names' config entry has been created to allow doing a 'set names utf-8' at the beginning of any request. This is on by default for new installs, and off for upgrades. * config.php cleanup - We've removede a bunch of the redundant stuff out of the config.php, and optimized the pretty url stuff so it should be a bit easier to understand. * MenuManager improvements - The admin panelo for menumanager has been completely re-worked to be more obvious, and easier to use... there is now the ability to specify a 'default' menu template. * ModuleManager improvements - Module Manager now has the ability to check dependencies before installing a module. - Module Manager can now check to see if there are newer released versions of any of the modules that you are currently using on your site. * TinyMCE improvements * Search improvements * Printing improvements * Many, Many bug fixes.
    Compatiblity
- For sites with multiple admin users who have different levels of permission for editing content, you will need to re-visit the permissions, and to make sure that everything is setup the way it needs to be. - Users using Cataloger, PageBlocks, and other modules that create content types will experience problems with compatibility. Please contact the authors of these modules and ask them to release a version compatible with CMS 1.6 as soon as possible.
    Diff Packages
Due to the extent of the changes, there will be no diff releases for 1.6. You will need to download the full package, and transfer the whole thing up to your new website... please download the appropriate checksum package and validate your upload with that. Thanks I would like to take this time to give my thanks to the development team, and the beta testers who contributed hundreds of hours in testing, fixing, enhancing, and debugging this release. If I forgot your name, please remind me and I'll add it ASAP.
    Dev Team Members
Ronny Krijt Rene Helminsen Alberto Benati Nuno Costa Mark Reed Morten Poulsen Ted Kulp Tyler Boespflug
    Beta Testers
SimonSchaufi duclet Sonya bess Nullg JeremyBASS ZiggyWigged Maarten That's it... I'm sure you'll find this release the best ever.... It can be downloaded from the usual locations... Enjoy.

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