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Elxis CMS 4.0 (Nautilus) is available

By Mike Johnston November 13, 2012 News & Headlines  Comments

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After a few months of alpha and beta versions the first stable version of Elxis CMS 4.0, codename Nautilus, is here. This version includes a number of bug fixes, improvements, library updates, new interface languages as well as a few new features.

Along with the stable version an update patch for all beta versions was also released and you can download it from EDC. Since version 4.0 rev1358 Elxis has multilingual XML parameters and a new configuration option named SITELANGS. This new option allows you to limit the displayed languages in Elxis frontend only to specific ones (the default option is to use all available languages). With the release of the stable version we strongly encourage you to download and use Elxis 4.0 instead of the old series 2009.3.

For those currently running older versions of Elxis, you can see the differences in this comparison between the two editions.

More info: http://www.elxis.org/


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