SCHLIX CMS, a modern, rocket fast and multi-site Content Management System (CMS) that has everything you need to build websites and blogs has recently been updated to version 2.1.8-0 and this brief tutorial shows students and new users how to upgrade or install it on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 and 18.10.
This release brings some important changes including, JQuery 3.3.1 support, Font Awesome compatibility, TinyMCE 4.8.2, a fix for block instance configuration was being saved incorrectly if the title was not all in lowercase or contain non-ASCII character and incompatibilities with PHP 7.2.
If you’re running and older version of SCHLIX CMS, you’re encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible to take advantage of these fixes and enhancements.Below are some of the changes that were added to this release:
- Updated: JQuery 3.2.x to 3.3.1
- Updated: Font Awesome 4.7 to 5.2.0 (free) with adblock compatibility
- Updated: TinyMCE 4.8.2
- Updated: PHPMailer 6.0.5
- Updated: Bootstrap 3 update (now compatible with JQuery 3.x). We’re still working on Bootstrap 4 update
- Fixed: Applications built derived from cmsApplication_Basic missing title during install
- Fixed: Block instance configuration was being saved incorrectly if the title was not all in lowercase or contain non-ASCII characters
- Fixed: Forgot password link on HTTPS website didn’t display for the full URL
- Fixed: Menu editor (backend) duplicate tree child item when clicking View a specific item/category
- Fixed: Compatibilities with PHP 7.2
- Enhancement: The method \SCHLIX\cmsPageOutput::HTMLHeader() can now be split into \SCHLIX\cmsPageOutput::HTMLHeaderNonScript() and \SCHLIX\cmsPageOutput::HTMLFooterScripts(). See the samplemagazine theme for more info
If you want to upgrade your current version, go to Settings –> System Update
Clear all your browser cache when you’re done upgrading.
If you don’t already have SCHLIX, the posts below show you how to install it on Ubuntu with Apache2 or Nginx support.
Installing SCHLIX with Apache2 Support
If you want to install SCHLIX on Ubuntu with Apache2 support, click on the link below to do so.
Installing SCHLIX with Nginx Support
To install SCHLIX with Nginx support, please click the link below:
After the steps above, you should be running the latest version of SCHLIX CMS.