New Tribiq CMS release introduces redesigned back-end


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New Tribiq CMS release introduces redesigned back-end

There is a new release of Tribiq CMS available in which they have redesigned the back-end of the system to function and look similar to a desktop-like look and feel.

Tribiq is an open source cms that offers a number of iterations up to, and including, an enterprise product. This new releases brings the following new/updated features to the table:

  • A new admin backend called Storekeeper, giving you a desktop-like look at feel for all of a site's content and other resources
  • Improved Admin Toolbar
  • a slimmed-down CMS Core, which can now be enhanced by using a range of Plugins
  • Templating and Skinning system which is now far simpler.

You can learn more about Tribiq CMS from the website.


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