Development is moving again on the ImpressCMS 2.0 version. I thought I'd started a development diary to give you regular updates on what we've been working on. https://github.com/ImpressCMS/impresscms/pulse
It is with great pride that we can now announce that ImpressCMS has reached the venerable age of 10 years. Yes we're teenagers now! The official announcement was on January 7, 2008 , with the first beta the day after - today 10 years ago.
The newest beta of ImpressCMS 1.3.11 is now available for download and test on your developments servers. 1.3.11 will be a bugfix release.
The new ImpressCMS website is now available! The new architecture, a new responsive theme and updated content modules will make the site faster, more secure and easier to use.
When I look at our Github repository, there are many very old branches that really have no added value in being there anymore. I will start removing them by the end of the week.
Hi, with this post I'm starting a series that will take you along the way with us while we develop the new ImpressCMS website. The old website desperately needs a freshing-up, both in content and in visuals. This time I'm looking into breadcrumbs.
WordPress recently announced some new advanced SEO features for its Business Plan subscribers. I smiled as I read this, because these are features that have been available to all ImpressCMS users for quite some time.
Did you miss us? All our sites went on a brief holiday together recently, leaving everyone to their own devices for a day. Warm sandy beaches, bright blue skies, barely a cloud in the sky. The food was fantastic! It took a bit of coaxing to get us back, but we couldn't stay away too long.
This is a repost from a previous article by Skenow. Because we will focus on this functionality in the near future, I thought it sensible to bring this article back into focus.