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Moodle 2.0.3 and Moodle 1.9.12 have been released

By Mike Johnston May 19, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

The team of developers working on Moodle have recently released Moodle 2.0.3 and Moodle 1.9.12. In addition to a number of bug fixes and small improvements, five security vulnerabilities (4 major, 1 minor) in 2.0.2 and two security vulnerabilities (both major) in 1.9.11 have been discovered and fixed. As always, they recommend that you upgrade your sites to these latest versions as soon as possible. All 50,000 admins of registered Moodle sites have been notified previously. Upgrading from 2.0.x or 1.9.x should be very straightforward.… Read More →



BlueConic boosts cross channel engagement through social and mobile channels

By Mike Johnston May 2, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

GX Software, global provider of Online Marketing Software, announces the general availability of new cross channel social and mobile capabilities within BlueConic: customer-driven online engagement. This latest release unleashes the full potential of BlueConic allowing online marketers to engage in an immense number of individual dialogues through social and mobile channels in order to increase engagement and customer lifetime value.… Read More →


GetSimple CMS 3.0 released

By Mike Johnston March 27, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

GetSimple CMS 3.0 was released this weekend and brings with it a number of new features such as Multiple subfolder support within Files Management CKEditor upgrade Filebrowser & internal links within CKEditor Plugins can be enabled/disabled. Plugin multi-language support Multi-user login capabilities CSS3 tweaks Admin panel theming To learn more or download, visit http://get-simple.info … Read More →


Moodle 2.0.2 and Moodle 1.9.11 are now available

By Mike Johnston March 16, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

Moodle, the open source content management system for learning, has two new releases available. In addition to a number of bug fixes and small improvements, nine security vulnerabilities (7 major, 1 minor, 1 potential problem) in 2.0.1 and three security vulnerabilities (all major) in 1.9.10 have been discovered and fixed. The releases themselves are available from the Moodle download page or CVS/Git. … Read More →


CMS Made Simple 1.9.4 announced

By Mike Johnston March 10, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

A new version of CMS Made Simple 1.9.4 has been announced. This new release includes a number of important issues such as supporting newer versions of MySQL, and miscelaneous caching issues. They have also implemented a few performance improvements that should result in a minor performance boost for most websites. The full release notes are available on their blog here. … Read More →


WordPress 3.1 is now available and brings with it a number of new features

WordPress 3.1 is now available and brings with it a number of new features

By Mike Johnston February 23, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

The new WordPress 3.1 release is here. CMS Critic has been updated to this new release and one of the newest features is the introduction of a handy new admin bar. WordPress 3.1 Admin bar in action: The admin bar has a number of benefits such as quickly creating a shortlink, editing the post (opens the post editor within the dashboard) and much more. So far, we see no issue with the upgrade (at least on our site). Let us know your experiences within the comments! From the announcement: The long-awaited fourteenth release of WordPress is now available.… Read More →


WordPress 3.0.5 released

By Mike Johnston February 8, 2011 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

A new release of WordPress became available last night. WordPress 3.0.5 has been made available to the public. The release addresses a number of issues and provides two additional enhancements: Two moderate security issues were fixed that could have allowed a Contributor- or Author-level user to gain further access to the site. One information disclosure issue was addressed that could have allowed an Author-level user to view contents of posts they should not be able to see, such as draft or private posts. Two security enhancements were added.… Read More →


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