New in version 1.3.2 RC2
April 18th, 2012
- Some changes were made to iframe support for YouTube, Vimeo, and other sites.
- A deep searching error was addressed and module CSS caching was improved.
- TinyMCE was upgraded to version 3.4.9.
- Posting comments no longer generates a fault and comment editing for anonymous users is no longer a possibility.
New in version 1.3 (September 22nd, 2011)
- Speed improvements.
- Drastically lowered memory requirements.
- Fully PHP 5.3 compatible.
- Facilitated module development.
- Updated versions of many modules.
New in version 1.2.6 (July 15th, 2011)
- Content module installation was failing in 1.2.5.
- Dates for new content pages were defaulting to 31 Dec 1969 without any way to change it.
- Installation of the core on MySQL 5.2, or higher, failed because of the TYPE= statements in the SQL structure.
- TinyMCE was updated to the latest release, and should work on IE 9.
New in version 1.2.4 (December 23rd, 2010)
- This version addresses security vulnerabilities in the imagemanager plugin for the TinyMCE editor and in quick search functionality used in the administration area.
- Improvements for SSL support were back-ported from the current trunk to this version.
New in version 1.2.3 (November 17th, 2010)
- This is the first release to offer core support for PHP 5.3. Next to that, a security issue was resolved.
New in version 1.2.3 RC2 (November 9th, 2010)
- The most important change is official PHP5.3 compliance for the core modules and libraries.
- Note that modules might need adaptations to work in PHP 5.3.
- That is beyond the control of the core team.
- Search pagination and page title have been fixed.
- There are improvements in session security for the installation process, migration of images during an upgrade from ImpressCMS 1.1, and the use of Smarty variables.
- A possible SQL injection vulnerability has been fixed.
- A regression in the icmsForm class has been fixed.
- An issue where XoopsThemeForm was undefined has been fixed.
New in version 1.2.2 (July 18th, 2010)
- This version patches a recently discovered vulnerability in an external library, TidyCSS. The file containing the vulnerability is not used by ImpressCMS, and can be safely removed.
New in version 1.2.1 Beta (February 21st, 2010)
- A huge release like 1.2 always has some issues that come along. Those have now been resolved in ImpressCMS 1.2.1, which is now ready as a Beta release!
New in version 1.1.3 Final (October 11th, 2009)
- This release is a security update for the PHP OpenID and Smarty libraries included with the ImpressCMS core, no new features have been introduced.