SimpleSite Hosting Sneak Peek

It's just too hard to start playing with concrete5 when you visit concrete5.org.

We're launching this new SimpleSite hosting as a way to provide instant demos of the latest stable version. If people want to keep them and host as is for $15/mo we're happy to support that. If they want to upgrade to a standalone concrete5 install, or graduate away to a budget host, we're happy to make that happen as well. 

Here's some guidelines for what we're needing out of themes that might be included. 

Watch to learn more:


concrete5 5.7.2.1 is Now Available!

concrete5 5.7.2.1 is another big update to 5.7. It fixes lots of bugs, enables linking in the feature block, improves grid framework support, adds Zurb Foundation grid support for theme developers, improves and fixes public profiles and much more. It is highly recommended for Concrete5 users.

Full 5.7.2.1 Release Notes

Want to get up to speed? Check out all the things that are new with concrete5 version 7:

5.7.0 Release Notes

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concrete5 5.7.2 is Now Available!

concrete5 5.7.2 is another big update to 5.7. It significantly improves view and edit mode performance by lowering the number of database queries, improves the user experience of editing concrete5 pages by showing area hot spots in drag modes, adds database logging as an option for developers, improves marketplace support, uses better permissions checks in all aspects of the new user interface, and fixes many bugs. 

Full 5.7.2 Release Notes

Want to get up to speed? Check out all the things that are new with concrete5 version 7:

5.7.0 Release Notes

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concrete5 5.7.1 is Now Available!

concrete5 5.7.1 is a big update to 5.7. It brings back the marketplace and connect to the community features, which are now completely contained in a new Dashboard interface, as well as the sitemap flat view, which wasn't quite ready for 5.7. It also adds some UI improvements, like block type search in the add block panel, and some under-the-hood improvements like block-level caching. We've also added Twitter authentication and support for logging in with your concrete5.org community username and password to your own site!

Additionally, we've fixed numerous bugs, tightened up the editing interface, and made a number of under-the-hood improvements.

Full 5.7.1 Release Notes

Want to get up to speed? Check out all the things that are new with concrete5 version 7:

5.7.0 Release Notes

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