Since our last tutorial on installing Contao CMS, the platform has been updated multiple times. Many of the changes added were bug fixes, however few new features were also added.
This post lists some of the bug fixes and changes that were recentely added to Contao CMS. We’ll also include tutorials on installing Contao CMS on Ubuntu with Apache2 and Nginx web servers.
Contao is an open source, enterprise content management system that relies on the LAMP or LEMP stack. It is designed for ease of use to allow business owners and power users to create powerful and dynamic content websites.
For more about Contao recent releases, please check its release page.
Below is a list of changes added to Contao CMS recently:
- Make the session listener compatible with Symfony 3.4.12.
- Show the 404 page if there is no match in the set of potential pages
- Correctly calculate the nodes when initializing the picker
- Do not re-send the activation mail if auto-registration is disabled
- Remove the app_dev.php/ fragment when generating sitemaps
- Show the 404 page if a numeric aliases has no url suffix
- Fix the schema.org markup so the breadcrumb is linked to the webpage
- Reduce memory consumption during sitemap generation
- Correctly handle spaces when opening nodes in the file picker
- Also check the InnoDB file system
If you’d like to learn how to install Contao CMS, reference the posts below. Two posts, one shows you how to install Contao on Ubuntu with Apache2 and MariaDB support and the other shows you how to install it with Nginx HTTP server instead.
Installing Contao with Apache2 Support
The below post shows you how to install Contao with Apache2 support:
Installing Contao with Nginx support
The below post link shows you how to install Contao CMS with Nginx HTTP support.
This is how to install Contao CMS on Ubuntu with either Apache2 or Nginx HTTP servers.
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