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WebGUI

WebGUI is a content management framework built to allow average business users to build and maintain complex Web sites. It is modular, pluggable, and platform independent. It was designed to allow the people who create the content to manage it online, rather than content management taking up the time of busy IT staff. WebGUI comes with a full host of features including shopping cart, subscriptions, forums, photo galleries, FAQs, link lists, blogs, SQL reports, a Web services interface, and a very configurable user privilege and profiling system.

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  •  21 Mar 2013 13:56

Release Notes: This stable release contains fixes for three different bugs in Image Asset, Groups, and library usage. A problem with clearing the caches for groups that don't exist, but have created group objects was fixed. An issue where Clone was still used was corrected. A cropping problem was fixed.

  •  30 Oct 2012 16:22

Release Notes: This release contains fixes for 15 different bugs in the Message Board, click and drag content positioning, UTF-8 handling in the Trash and Clipboard, EMS, and the Story Manager. YUI has been upgraded to 2.9.0. TinyMCE has been upgraded.

  •  21 Aug 2012 15:16

Release Notes: This stable release contains fixes for two different bugs in how the Wiki handles quotes and other special characters, and a rare bug with how missing templates are handled for operations.

  •  31 Jul 2012 20:37

Release Notes: This release contains fixes for 27 different bugs in the Search asset, Friends, Calendar, Groups, Cache, HttpProxy, Shop, DataForm, Exporting as HTML, Asset Report, file privileges in uploads, and several parts of the API. Custom WebGUI plugins written using WebGUI::Crud with hand built forms should be reviewed. A serious bug in how Crud handles forms has been fixed, and the side-effect of the bug is now that forms processed by updateFromFormPost must include all fields, otherwise the data in fields that are missing from the form will be lost.

  •  17 Jan 2012 11:47

Release Notes: This stable release contains fixes for 13 different bugs in the Asset Manager, Calendar, Asset Report, Login Macros, Passive Analytics, Shop, and the Survey. WebGUI now depends on Business::OnlinePayment::AuthorizeNet. This version should install automatically via the testEnvironment.pl script, or the Perl-standard CPAN module.

RSS Recent comments

04 Dec 2009 11:49 ehabheikal Thumbs up

Amazing Enterprise class CMS. Been around for ages, keeps getting better, just look at the changelog. running it for sites that get millions of pageviews per month.

18 Aug 2007 09:35 EvandroSchmitz Thumbs up

Congratulations - WEBGUI it´s the best CMS
I have compared a lot of CMS options, and WEBGUI it´s really the most complete and powerfull.

Congratulations !

05 Jul 2006 15:53 synq Thumbs up

Hurray!
Finally, after years of very hard work WebGUI 7 has arrived!

This is the beginning of a new era in Open Source CMSes.

19 Aug 2005 00:30 nuopus

Re: Please explain "platform independent"
When people refer to a software as platform independant they refer to the OS at the platform. MySQL and Apache are additional pieces of software required by WebGUI to run, these pieces of software ALSO run on the platform (being the OS.)

WebGUI does NOT run ON TOP of MySQL, but rather along with it.

> I'm confused by the claim that this is

> "platform independent",

> followed closely by several dependencies

> (Apache, MySQL). Aren't these

> platforms?

>

> Bottom line: will this run on Windows

> IIS with MS SQL? I'm asking because a)

> that's what my host provides and b)

> that's what a lot of potential clients

> of my business use.

>

> Thanks,

> Jim

>

>

23 Nov 2004 10:09 acaiado81

Re: Please explain "platform independent"
I believe the "platform" they are describing is the Operating System on which this software can run. Both Apache, and MySQL are open source services which will run on a UNIX or Microsoft based machine. If you, and your clients already have an MS based server, installing these two free software packages should not be a big deal. I did not see anything but ANSI SQL, so perhaps Ms SQL would work, and IIS for displaying the HTML, but if not, I'm sure it would not be a big deal for your provider to install these packages as they do not have to pay licensing. Also if need be, contact me, I provide hosting services with Apache and MySQL on a 10mbit backbone, and would be more than happy to assist you with your hosting needs.

Hope this answers your questions.

Regards,

Arthur J. Caiado

> I'm confused by the claim that this is

> "platform independent",

> followed closely by several dependencies

> (Apache, MySQL). Aren't these

> platforms?

>

> Bottom line: will this run on Windows

> IIS with MS SQL? I'm asking because a)

> that's what my host provides and b)

> that's what a lot of potential clients

> of my business use.

>

> Thanks,

> Jim

>

>

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