ForkCMS, a user-friendly, open source, content management system (CMS) with powerful apps that’s written in PHP has been updated to version 5.5.0. This release comes with lots of changes, including option to change the sequence of a collection type, support schema.org to the breadcrumbs, and many more.
For those looking for an alternative to WordPress, Drupal or Joomla, this might be a good place to start. This CMS comes with user-friendly interface, powerful apps, great themes and it’s open source. you should love it!
If you’re running Fork CMS and haven’t upgraded, you may want to do so to get these latest features and bug fixes.
If you’re not running ForkCMS and want to install it, the steps below should be a great place to start. We listed two posts that show you how to install ForkCMS with Apache2 and Nginx support on Ubuntu servers.
This release brings some bug fixes and one change. for a list of changes, please check the link below:
Here’s a list of bug fixes and a change that were included with this release.
- Core: Added option to change the sequence of a collection type
- Core: Added Phpstan integration
- Core: Added schema.org to the breadcrumbs
- Core: Added validator for unique data transfer objects
- Core: Automatically sequence when enabling drag and drop
- Core: Better breadcrumb support
- Core: The image preview is now updated when an image is selected
- Core: TitleType for easy titles with SymfonyForm
- Blog: Make the blog image clickable on the overview
- Location: Translate google maps to the interface and site language instead of the browser language
- MediaLibrary: Create directories on the overview page
- MediaLibrary: Mass action delete
- Core: Update the form layout
- Core: Use the jquery version defined in package.json
- Console: Improve the thumbnail generation console command
- Docs: Fixed typos #2667
- Extensions: Prevent installation of a theme if it contains .tpl files
- MediaLibrary: Use find method instead of magic method
- Pages: Only build the navigation cache if vital information has changed
- Profiles: New profiles won’t be automatically logged in anymore
- Core: Fix DateTime class casing
- Core: Fix method to check if cookies are allowed
- Core: Fix phpunit
- Core: Fix track cookie
- Core: Remove role on nav list
- Authentication: Prevent logging out 40 times on backend login
- Blog: Correctly translate comment and comments as ids in the theme
- Blog: Fix blog posts not getting indexed by search engines
- Blog: Fix twitter card url
- Blog: Use a valid date format for the item props
- MediaLibrary: Remove buggy cleanup functionality
We have written about ForkCMS before and the posts below show you how to install on Ubuntu with Apache2 and Nginx support.
Installing ForkCMS with Apache2 HTTP Support
If you want to install ForkCMS with Apache2 HTTP support, the post below is a great one. follow it to install it.
Installing ForkCMS with Nginx HTTP Support
For those who want to install ForkCMS with Nginx support, the guide below is great. It shows you how to install it on Ubuntu servers.
Both tutorials are easy to follow and understand.
Either one of the above tutorials should get you help with installing ForkCMS on Ubuntu server. Hope these get you started.
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