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Mac's CMS

Mac's CMS is a flat file (XML and SQLite) AJAX content management system. It focuses mainly on the "Edit In Place" editing concept. It comes with a built-in blog with moderation support, user manager section, roles manager section, and SEO/SEF URLs.

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  •  09 Jun 2010 04:18

    Release Notes: Model structure and CMS model structure were improved. The Parser was modified a bit to improve performance. The SiteMap.XML file was modified. The Post comment functionality was improved. New site level and page level settings were added to set the Comments Moderator email address.

    •  03 May 2010 21:00

      Release Notes: There are a number of snippets that are now included, which makes things much simpler for integrating a template into the framework. Improved SEF capability: you can now have "SEF Titles", which can be set through the "Edit Page Properties" section of the CMS.

      •  28 Apr 2010 22:08

        Release Notes: An issue where you could not delete created pages has been fixed.

        •  28 Apr 2010 05:32

          Release Notes: The SiteMap.xml had [Language]_[Language]_ attributes, which was causing issues with the CMS; this is now fixed. You can no longer delete the Administrator Role (ID: 1) and you must have at least one admin user. A "Forgot password" feature was added. The default login information was removed from the login page.

          •  20 Feb 2010 01:06

            Release Notes: The CMS now stores the user passwords in the database as an encripted string. The default language-specific page settings such as page title, meta desc, and meta keys are now automatically applied to all languages if that language does not have an associated value of its own.

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