Check out the new Editor's Guide wiki in the documentation section. Built by the community for the community - how cool.
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Check out the latest installment of Totally Random! This week we show off a new round of screenshots from our upcoming 5.5 release and demo a slew of new Marketplace add-ons.
All that plus the usual community news and Marketplace reviews!
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Here's what you've been waiting for-- a first glimpse at concrete 5.5! Franz and Andrew demo a few screens from the next big release of the concrete5 CMS and give in-depth background on the amazing new features and functionality coming soon!
The latest version of concrete5 contains some important security fixes, as well as some behavioral improvements and updates for developers. It is recommended for all users of concrete5.
You can download concrete5 188.8.131.52 from the concrete5 downloads page:
Franz and Andrew talk about our latest projects, new marketplace stuff and answer viewer questions. Highlights include discussion of the upcoming 5.5 release, cache flushing options and some rad new marketplace games!
This week Franz, Andrew and the core team discuss news and review some new features in development for the upcoming 5.5 release!
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Franz, Andrew and the rest of the concrete5 core team answer questions, review new marketplace items and discuss caching options.
This week's karma winners are announced and badges are awarded to DigitalCrate, kvt, johnthefish, jordanlev and crush for contributing to the concrete5 community!
Date: Wednesday October 12th
Time: 7pm onwards
Venue: Phoenix Square, Leicester, LE1 1TG
The core team is back again this week to answer your questions. Content management? Architecture? Design? Tune in and find out how to use concrete5 to make your website awesome.
The core team answers viewer questions on our weekly live video show. This week we will continue our "How would we do that?!" discussion where you give us an example site (in concrete5 or not) and we tell you about the architecture choices we'd make.