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Contao CMS 2.10.0 is available

By Mike Johnston August 11, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Contao CMS (formerly known as Typolight) 2.10.0 is available today. This release includes all new features that have been pre­sen­ted at the Contao conference such as HTML5 and CSS3 support, global style sheet variables, compressed CSS and JS files and much more. In addition, over 220 tickets have been incorporated into the new version. Live Update The Live Update from version 2.9.5 to 2.10.0 includes almost 1,500 files, if you upgrade from a prior version, it might be even more.… Read More →




Interview with Leo Feyer, founder of Typolight CMS

Interview with Leo Feyer, founder of Typolight CMS

By Mike Johnston February 21, 2010 Interviews  Comments

Typolight is an increasingly popular open source content management system that was brought to life by developer, Leo Feyer. We had a chance to speak with Leo and chat about his project and it's future. If you've never heard of this project, you can learn more by reading our Typolight review or checking out our related Typolight articles. CC: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and your background? LF: My name is Leo Feyer, I am a 32 year old software developer from Munich, Germany.… Read More →


New release candidate for TYPOlight 2.8 available for testing

New release candidate for TYPOlight 2.8 available for testing

By Mike Johnston December 24, 2009 News & Headlines  Comments

A new release candidate for TYPOlight is available for testing. For obvious reasons, this is not recommended to use on production sites but if you are willing to assist them with testing, it would be greatly appreciated. A full change log that itemizes what has been done since release candidate 1 can be found here: TYPOlight changelogs. One of the key changes is an Improved Events list: Similar to the improved news lists, the event list interval can now be set dynamically by changing the parameter name in the URL.… Read More →


Major Typolight CMS security hole identified

Major Typolight CMS security hole identified

By Mike Johnston December 21, 2009 News & Headlines  Comments

Over the weekend, a major Typolight security hole was identified that allows hackers to bypass password authentication and gain access to Typolight sites. In an email sent to the Typolight community, the Typolight team has made it quite clear the impact of this security hole and why they want people to patch immediately. We would like to applaud the Typolight developers for their honesty and the time they have taken to explain to people why they need to patch right away.… Read More →




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