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Concrete5 5.7.2.1 Released With Numerous Features

Concrete5 5.7.2.1 Released With Numerous Features

By Kaya Ismail November 14, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

After the major release of Concrete5 5.7, the Concrete5 team has just unveiled a new batch of updates concerning Grid Framework improvements, theme customization, and so forth. Concrete5 is a popular open source content management system with a reputation for flexibility and its strong community. So strong in fact, that Concrete5 has just been awarded the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Free PHP CMS. Read More →



Concrete5 5.7 Released and Updated

Concrete5 5.7 Released and Updated

By Kaya Ismail September 25, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

The Concrete5  team have been busy recently, releasing version 5.7, before updating it twice. They've also released some developer resources for anybody wanting to delve into the code. Concrete5 is an open source content management system with a reputation for flexibility and its strong community. Version 5.7 brought about a myriad of updates, and Concrete5 have continued to add to it since. The result? A long, long list of new stuff for Concrete5 users to enjoy. Read More →


Concrete5 Releases New Enterprise Tools & Pricing

Concrete5 Releases New Enterprise Tools & Pricing

By Kaya Ismail August 12, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

PortlandLabs , the company behind Concrete5  CMS, has released new tools and pricing to serve enterprise organizations that want an easy way to edit their website. Thanks to a simple point-and-click interface and editing toolbar, Concrete5 has become a popular choice for users who want a CMS that helps manage websites easily. And now, enterprise users can get in on the action.  Read More →







Concrete5 version 5.5 now available

By Mike Johnston December 22, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

A new version of Concrete5 is now available. Here are some of the changes from the release announcement: We completely changed the way installation works so it is much easier to build a starting point. You can even install completely from the command line. We also took the time to rethink Scrapbooks which had evolved “organically” and had any number of issues. Now there’s Stacks which let you clump different blocks together into one reusable element. Permissions, versions - everything you’d expect from a concrete5 page all work on a Stack.… Read More →