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12 Mar 2007 12:57 bugscout

Supplemental Index Results
If you run Mambo on large website you will deal a lot with Supplemental Index Results in Google, especially if you change the structure of the site after some time of running it.

01 Jun 2006 03:58 zombbb

upgrade admin area
Hello i think that some part of project may upgrade or become more simple.
This is my opinion.
Good luck gyes

09 Dec 2005 04:21 barsnick

4.5.3 fixes critical vulnerability!
4.5.3 fixes a very critical vulnerability!See the disclosure http://www.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/Full-Disclosure/2005-11/0535.html.An actual worm "Linux/Elxbot" has been seen "in the wild", check http://www.outpost24.com/ops/delta/news/News.jsp?XID=1157.

Please update!

04 Nov 2005 22:39 augustz

Joomla
Consider checking out Joomla as well. A mambo fork by many of the original mambo developers

03 Nov 2005 03:06 beltundsund

mambo is nice
but its not table free. in most cases the generated code is not really well formatted or valid.

30 Nov 2003 21:08 heta13

Re: Mambo is great

>
> % Of all the open source CMS's I've
> tried,
> % this is by far the best one. And
> with
> % the upcoming new release, it'll be
> even
> % better
> % Easy to install, quick to learn and
> % simple to use
> %
> %
>
> It sounds at least strange that a open
> source project is not www3 and mozilla
> compliant. The site displays well and
> it's admin interface is useable only in
> IExplorer. Please start thinking about
> GNU/Linux and mozilla. IExplorer is a
> paine in the ass.
> TIA.
>


I've tried several other different CMS (drupal, tiki, ariadne, phpwebsite...etc), and Mambo seems to be the best one with fastest response time also fully featured. I've tried the admin interface on both IE and Mozilla, everything works out wonderfully~!

26 Oct 2003 20:15 rsalles

Re: Mambo is great

> Of all the open source CMS's I've tried,
> this is by far the best one. And with
> the upcoming new release, it'll be even
> better
> Easy to install, quick to learn and
> simple to use
>
>

It sounds at least strange that a open source project is not www3 and mozilla compliant. The site displays well and it's admin interface is useable only in IExplorer. Please start thinking about GNU/Linux and mozilla. IExplorer is a paine in the ass.
TIA.

16 Jul 2003 02:37 webfitz

Mambo is great
Of all the open source CMS's I've tried, this is by far the best one. And with the upcoming new release, it'll be even better
Easy to install, quick to learn and simple to use

10 Jun 2003 00:57 eazrael

Re: MySQL
Look at the date of my post. For sure i wrote the comment because it was never explicitly mentioned that MySQL is needed or somewhere was written "needs SQL Database". Probably only in the install guide. i donīt know, itīs from a long time ago.

>MySQL adds critical features, like every other project out there that uses it, you have to go and install it to take advantage of the features it offers.

Yes, MySQL is critical in the same sense like a nuclear reactor that goes critical . Try something that really works, like PostgreSQL.

09 Jun 2003 21:17 augustz

Re: MySQL
What would you prefer, that some of us have to try it without mysql? That's like saying you don't like to fill up your car with gas. Neither do I. But, the alternative of pushing my car around by hand is less appealing.

MySQL adds critical features, like every other project out there that uses it, you have to go and install it to take advantage of the features it offers.

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