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SquareSpace shows off sneak peak at upcoming version and accepts beta test signups

SquareSpace shows off sneak peak at upcoming version and accepts beta test signups

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

SquareSpace has announced that they are going to be accepting applicants for beta testing of the new, upcoming version of SquareSpace CMS. According to the blog post: Squarespace V6 is a reinvention of many core Squarespace concepts that will become the foundation for our company over the years to come.  It allows the extremely talented folks who work on Squarespace to create the sorts of sites they've always dreamed of creating on Squarespace.… Read More →


F.A.Z. Selects the Polopoly Web Content Management Solution to Power all of its Online Properties

By Mike Johnston October 14, 2010 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

Reading UK— Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (F.A.Z), one of Germany’s largest newspapers, has signed an agreement with Atex to deploy the Polopoly Web content management solution across all of its properties including its main news website FAZ.NET, which averages 22 million visits and more than 116 million page impressions per month. F.A.Z chose the Atex solution after having carried out an extensive testing phase with many of the market vendors. Throughout the evaluation process Polopoly proved its ability to adapt to the publisher’s editorial requirements.… Read More →



Drupal installation profiles now available on Drupal.org

Drupal installation profiles now available on Drupal.org

By Mike Johnston December 1, 2009 Content Management System (CMS) News and Headlines  Comments

In an interesting development for those who work with or test Drupal and it's modules, Drupal.org is now offering installation profiles for use. Installation profiles can now be automatically packaged with Drupal core and all of their required dependencies. When you download the distribution, you just unpack it into a web root directory, visit install.php, and you're done. You can read more about this here on Drupal.org … Read More →



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