CMS Made Simple 1.11.9

This application offers a simple and effective way for you to manage content of your website
CMS Made Simple
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CMS Made Simple is an open source and free web-based application that allows users to effortlessly manage the content of their static websites. It is a Content Management System (CMS) software with a twist.

It lets users update their web pages, it requires minimal hardware components, it’s highly extensible, thanks to its module API, and includes a wizard-based install/upgrade system.

CMS Made Simple features group and user management, a group-based permission system, an intelligent caching mechanism, support for templates, an admin panel with support for multiple languages, an integrated WYSIWYG editor, content hierarchy, self-generating menus, an integrated file manager, an integrated audit log, as well as news and RSS modules.

last updated on:
December 18th, 2013, 9:22 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
CMS Made Simple Team
ROOT \ Information Management
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What's New in This Release:
  • The last release of CMSMS was only a couple of weeks ago, and, normally, we do not like to release versions of CMSMS so quickly. However, there was a problem with the 1.11.8 release that we did not detect until a few days after release, and since there were a few bugs with respect to this release that were worth fixing we thought it better to fix the code and call the release 1.11.9.
  • Specifically, the 1.11.8 release introduced a new event (TemplatePreFetch) that would make modules like CmsTouch and TemplateExternalizer more powerful. Unfortunately, the schema version did not change properly, so only users who did a fresh install would get this event. Additionally, we should not have distributed the 1.11.8 diff packages. These were subsequently removed (if you installed the 1.11.8 diff, don't worry—you can still upgrade to 1.11.9).
  • We have done more, such as modifing the permissions model so that users with 'Modify Any Page' and 'Remove Content' permissions can delete almost any content page. We have fixed error handling so that error pages won't be indexed by search engines, and hidden technical details in the error page, as well as some minor security improvements, a PHP 5.3 dependency, and a few other minor details. You can check the doc/CHANGELOG.txt file for more details.
  • Since the schema version did change (properly this time) in this release, there will be no diff packages released. You will need to upload and expand either the full distribution, or english base package (and whatever language packs you need). Navigate to the install/upgrade.php page to begin the upgrade process.
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