WonderCMS 2.6.0 Released — Here’s How to Install / Upgrade on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04

WonderCMS, the flat-file (database-less) content management system (CMS) built with PHP and jQuery that lets you create simple and beautify websites has been updated to version 2.6.0

This release is a minor release without too many changes… However, if you’re running previous version of the CMS app, you may want to upgrade to it…

Some notable changes included with this release includes, a new popup feature that allows for naming a page before creating it, updated autosize library to latest version and some code optimisation/cleanup..

For more about this release, please check its newspageBelow is a complete lists of changes included in this release:

  • Added popup/functionality for naming a page before creating it.
  • Minor text and settings panel visual changes.
  • Code optimisation/cleanup.
  • Updated autosize library to latest version.
  • Increased randomness of backup file names.

For those who want to install a new WonderCMS, the posts below should help them… We’ve written two tutorials on how to install WonderCMS with Apache2 or Nginx support…

Installing WonderCMS with Apache2 HTTP Support

If you want to install WonderCMS with Apache2 support, then click the link below for help… You’ll learn how to install LAMP to support WonderCMS…

Install WonderCMS on Ubuntu 18.10 / 18.04 / 16.04 with Apache2, PHP 7.2 Support

Installing WonderCMS with Nginx HTTP Support

For thow who rather run WonderCMS with Nginx and PHP-FPM support, the post below is a good place to start… It shows you how to install LEMP to support WonderCMS…

How to Setup WonderCMS on Ubuntu 18.10 / 18.04 / 16.04 with Nginx and PHP 7.2-FPM

Upgrading WonderCMS

If you already have WonderCMS installed and you wish to upgrade, then no special action required…  Simply use the one click update from your admin panel. Make sure to always backup before updating…

That’s it!

After that, you should have the latest version of WonderCMS installed ono Ubuntu server and ready to use…

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Install Total.js CMS Platform on Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04

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