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Cranking 'Front-end Editing' Up a Notch!

January 11, 2013 Tags: preview

(updated 1/4/13, now slated for the next release!) Exponent CMS stands apart from most other Content Management Systems (CMS's) because the administration and management takes place on/in the frontend and not the backend.  For those not familiar with the frontend/backend disconnected nightmare; it is used in the more popular CMS's which have name letters of WP, Jmla, Drpl.  Because of this disconnect, the learning curve is pretty steep and makes a new user think they are in a separate program.  Recently, the WYSIWYG editor used in Exponent was upgraded to include an entirely new feature called 'inline editing' where you could click on the page and edit directly on the page without having to go to another view.  This feature could revolutionize the 'bread and butter' Text module which handles the site's static content! (read more)

File Download Repository Closing Mid-February!

December 20, 2012

(Updated Jan 18th) We will now begin to use Sourceforge.net to distribute our files https://sourceforge.net/projects/exponentcms/. This is because...We were just notified that GitHub (where we store and manage our code) is no longer allowing file uploads, and previous uploads will no longer be available in 90 days.  Needless to say, we'll need to look for a new venue to make the packages available. (read more)

Black Friday Special - Tumbling Turkeys Now Available!

November 23, 2012 Tags: release

As scheduled, version 2.1.0 named 'Tumbling Turkeys' is released on Black Friday 2012.  There are many updates and fixes in the version, most notably is the new calendar module called 'Events' and a new 'Mega' menu navigation view which allows a free-form menu item to embed modules.  Things to look for in this version are: (read more)

PATCH #5 RELEASED TO FIX ISSUES IN V2.0.9

October 30, 2012 Tags: patch, bugs

We keep uncovering some issues and have fixed them in v2.0.9.  It can be applied to v2.0.9 or V2.0.9patch1 or the short lived v2.0.9patch2, v2.0.9patch3, or v2.0.9patch4.  Sorry for so many patches, but we want to squash these permissions issues since most of them vary depending on the php version being run.  The patch fixes these bugs: (read more)