The finishing touches of our latest release have been made and gpEasy 4.0 is available for download! gpEasy 4.0 is more stable, more secure and easier to use.
Much of the progress made has been in gpEasy's usability. Right-Click options for content areas, simplified and re-organized add-on management, additional gallery/slideshow options, content section options and the integration of Twitter Bootstrap are just some of the improvements.
It's not a feature that many users will ever use, but for some time, gpEasy has had the ability to catch fatal errors and disable buggy compontents. With 4.0, gpEasy can now automatically re-enable faulty components if it detects changes have been made to the code.
We've upgraded gpEasy's password hashing to use the SHA-512 algorithm. The encrypted login option now hashes passwords 50 times before sending it to the server.
Thanks to everyone who has helped us develop gpEasy!
The latest instalment of our powerful little cms is now available with some big improvements.
The latest version of CKEditor (released just a few days ago) supports our True WYSIWYG feature better than ever before. Instead of a complicated mix of iframes and style sheets the new implementation makes use of HTML5 and "truly gives you a WYSIWYG experience".
By itself, CKEditor is a powerful and highly customizable application. With gpEasy 3.6, you can more easily take advantage of everything CKEditor has to offer with the introduction of a CKEditor Configuration and Plugin Manager. Installing plugins for CKEditor or customizing the CKEditor toolbar in your gpEasy installation has never been easier.
Faster and More Stable
Waiting for web pages to load and web pages that fail to load are two of the most frustrating things for site administrators and the newest version of gpEasy addresses both. Admin pages will load faster now that proper positioning of the admin window can be handled on the server instead of waiting for the onready event. And every new installation will be more stable now that gpEasy will catch and handle fatal errors thrown by misbehaving plugins.
There are of course just few of the many changes made since gpEasy 3.5.
The release of the CKEditor 4.1 release candidate brings us one step closer to the final release of gpEasy 3.6. The latest CKEditor release enables source editing for inline editing. In addition to a new version of CKEditor, gpEasy 3.6 RC4 fixes various bugs.
Our third release candidate of gpEasy 3.6 is available for download. This release makes some improvements to the new ckeditor admin page and introduces data types for extra content areas. Now, similar to page sections, an extra content area can be more than just editable text!
The first release candidate of gpEasy 3.6 is now available for download. While there aren't any exciting new features to brag about in this release, we have made significant improvements in a number of existing features.
Remember this and all other Release Candidates are not stable releases and should only be used for testing.