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Ananta

Ananta makes it possible for unexperienced users to create a professional high-quality Web site quickly, while keeping the codebase clean and easy to build upon for both developers and designers. Ananta produces valid XHTML 1.0 code, and uses almost no tables. Ananta aims to be as search-engine friendly as possible, without using dirty tricks that may eventually get you banned. Ananta tries to be as multifunctional as possible without making things overly complicated. The UI tries to prevent inexperienced users from causing irreversible damage.

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  •  30 Oct 2008 07:51

    Release Notes: This is the first stable release.

    •  07 Jul 2008 20:19

      Release Notes: 'split' in articles has been changed (and made better for validity). A search limit per page (results are split up to 10 per page). Some validity fixes. Search module optimisation. SQL injection is prevented. Greatly enhanced login security. Improved $_GET use. The ability to see any template installed on any page by appending '&template=templatename' to the URL. The latest tinymce version. Many minor fixes and enhancements.

      •  17 Jun 2008 13:27

        Release Notes: This release features search engine-friendly URLs, a table-less design, separation of markup, behavior, and content, a modular structure, an easy way to add modules and templates, valid XHTML 1.0 Strict output, zero tolerance for PHP errors, warnings, and notices, and better portability.

        •  13 Jun 2008 17:33

          Release Notes: Search only goes through articles the user is allowed to see. When going to a result page, the keywords are highlighted. Pages, meta, breadcrumbs have been prepared for $_GET. Search is possible for PHP 4. An RSS link error, an error on removing custom created modules, RSS showing on the wrong pages, and menu display problems have been fixed. The registration procedure has been greatly enhanced. Module and template installation have a rollback procedure on failed installation. An advanced template-specific settings page has been added. An article limit per page has been added.

          •  03 Jun 2008 20:29

            Release Notes: This release adds a search module that searches through all articles and sorts according to probable relevance. It has links to relevant articles, and previews the relevant part of the article. Module installation confirmation and minor 'default CSS' issues have been fixed.

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