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Lanius CMS

Lanius CMS is a lightweight PHP dynamic Web authoring and content managment system with an embedded flat file database and support for any other database system. It is high speed, very secure, and fully internationalized and customizable. It works on PHP 4 and 5.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  19 Sep 2009 00:56

    Release Notes: An error related to missing forum_profile language resources and a crash on download item deletion were fixed. htmLawed was updated to version PHP notices during installation were fixed along with a crash that occurred when uploading files.

    •  09 Sep 2009 12:22

      Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed. Noticeable improvements were made for the PostgreSQL database driver. Some host compatibility issues were fixed.

      •  04 Mar 2009 07:35

        Release Notes: A new implementation of CAPTCHA was added. The password quality indicator now works with Firefox 3.x, Internet Explorer 7.x, Safari 3.2.x, and Google Chrome 2.x. Documentation was integrated for the administrative backend pages. Problems were fixed with FCKEditor, which has also been upgraded. Many XHTML validation fixes were made in both the frontend and backend. Major bug fixes and general improvements were made.

        •  12 Dec 2008 23:14

          Release Notes: This is a major stabilization and feature upgrade. It is considered highly stable.

          •  06 Feb 2008 07:53

            Release Notes: This version is a major feature enhancement and stabilization release. It contains major bugfixes and major improvements. Users impersonating the editor role can modify only their own creations and also publish them. Submissions are limited to registered users only. All elements have ownership. Major improvements were made to comment drabot. Mass operations were improved. Various other changes were made.


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