In order for everyone to understand and follow Semantic Versioning 2.0 we are going to remove the leading 5 from our versioning. The next major version of concrete5 is going to be Version 8.0.0.
You might know Google as a search engine, but the company behind it has made investments in everything from robotics and artificial intelligence to travel and data mining. You may not be able to play with those Google robots anytime soon, but you can take advantage of other technological innovations the company has made.
You have about 15 seconds to impress a visitor to your website and make them want to stay. You can do this in many ways including the design, page speed, and content. However, one overlooked method to optimize your website is to optimize your 404 error page.
A 404 error occurs when a visitor lands on a page that doesn't exist and the standard page is just the browser telling you that the page can't be found. This standard page certainly isn't going to impress anyone.
With the features that exist even in legacy version 6, plenty of proud site owners have built powerful private websites to help their organization communicate internally. Version 8 is right around the corner and includes a way to easily manage structured centralized content (Express). We’ve already got most of the parts, so we’re putting some love into revisiting the My Account area to enable team collaboration. As I mentioned at the start of the year, it is concrete5’s time to graduate from WCM to ECM.
Concrete5 7.5.7 is now available. This is a maintenance release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites.
Meetings by nature are not very exciting. A productive meeting can make everyone's job easier. A badly organized meeting can feel like a waste of time. Meetings are an important part of life in the office. Learning how to host more effective meetings can save a company money and improve productivity. Featured below are ways to host effective meetings.
The newly-forming official concrete5 security team is currently looking for new active members from the community to join our team.
If you know a community member who has experience in security and would be available and suitable for the position, please nominate him or her - you can also nominate yourself. If you are nominating someone else, please make sure that you've asked their permission.
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It is my pleasure to introduce a new training "Build a concrete5 Theme." It's focused on developing a custom themes.
We love our community members. These "Featured Members" are a way for us to shine a light on the people who make up our great community.
Meet Serene. She’s a brand new contributor to concrete5 community. Her most notable contribution efforts is with the help writing certification questions.
Now, let's hear from Serene...
The timeline and details around the reporting of a security issue with ProEvents...