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Tiki 11.0 Brings About New Features

Tiki 11.0 Brings About New Features

By Kaya Ismail July 16, 2013 News & Headlines  Comments

On July 15th 2013, Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware - who are better known as simply Tiki, released version 11.0 of their wiki-based content management system. Much like Wikipedia, the platform typically allows and encourages users to add, modify, or delete content from webpages.Last year,  Tiki surpassed the 1 million downloads mark, and also became the winner of the our People's Choice for Best Free CMS. Now, with the release of Tiki 11.0, Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware will be hoping to take even larger steps forward.… Read More →



Tiki 6.8 LTS and 9.2 LTS are now Available

By Mike Johnston October 25, 2012 News & Headlines  Comments

The Tiki Software Community Association is proud to announce the immediate availability of the latest releases of the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Long Term Support (LTS) versions: Tiki 6.8 LTS and 9.2 LTS. The 9.2 update includes more than 500 code changes, focusing on fixes and improvements such as: Introduction of the Tiki Server Check, allowing users to test their server environment. Automatic generation of site maps Customized formatting for menu labels through wiki syntax and plugins Improvements to the user registration process Security fixes See the Tiki Release Notes (http://tiki.… Read More →



Tiki 8.0 Release Candidate Available for Download

By Mike Johnston October 25, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

The Tiki Community is proud to announce the release candidate of Tiki 8.0, the next generation of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. For complete details on this release, see the Release Notes (http://tiki.org/ReleaseNotes8.0) and Tiki 8.0 documentation (http://doc.tiki.org/tiki8). Tiki Community members are encouraged to download and explore this new release. Issues and suggestions should be reported on the Tiki Developer site (http://dev.tiki.org).… Read More →


Get Tiki 7, the latest from Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware

By Mike Johnston June 9, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

The next major release of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is now available -- Tiki 7. In addition to more than 200 miscellaneous fixes and code improvements, Tiki 7 boasts several eagerly awaited new features: Drag-and-drop of modules Dozens of new plugins including Blip.tv, Vimeo, TokenAccess Introduction of the Theme Generator A new unified search infrastructure, based on Zend Lucene Integration with OpenStreetMap and Zotero Revamped Slideshow Mobile, using jQuery.mobile With this release, Tiki has made some important technological changes, too.… Read More →


The 2011 Tiki Summer Tour

By Mike Johnston June 1, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

This summer promises to be jam-packed with Tiki Community events. With TikiFests planned for Brazil, France, United States, Israel, Germany and Pakistan, there's likely an event near you! Be sure to review the Tiki Community Calendar (http://tiki.org/calendar) for full details. Many of these code sprints ares organized to coincide with other open source conferences at which Tiki Community members will be attending.… Read More →


Tiki 7 Beta Available for Download

By Mike Johnston April 23, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

The Tiki Community is proud to announce the availability of the first beta of the next generation of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware -- Tiki 7. This release includes hundreds of fixes and many new features. See http://doc.tiki.org/tiki7 for details on what's new in this release. Upon the final release of Tiki 7, Tiki 6.3 will become the Long Term Support (LTS) version. To download the Tiki 7 Beta (and all other versions), visit http://info.tiki.org/Download#All_releases.… Read More →



Tiki Trackers: The Easy Way to add interaction

By Mike Johnston February 28, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Do you want to add a custom form (however complex and whatever number of pages) on your site at the speed of thought? Look no further than Tiki Trackers. With fields like images, dates, files, custom lists, and more, Tiki makes the creation of structured content a pleasure -- while other CMS applications just leave you with a bad headache. And Tiki accomplishes this with simple, on-screen, browser-based configuration. There's no need to code even a single line. Content in Trackers is searchable ''automagically''.… Read More →


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