WordPress has announced that a new version of its CMS, WordPress 5.5, will be called Eckstine, after Billy Eckstine, one of America’s most famous jazz singers. This update aims to improve his CMS in his three areas: speed, security and search.
Among its features, WordPress 5.5 enabled faster page loading thanks to a concept known as “lazy loading”. At the same time, the new version also helps with website-wide SEO by including an improved XML sitemap that helps search engines find your website faster. Also, in 5.5, users can now set their plugins and themes to update automatically in the site admin page.
Users can now download WordPress 5.5 Eckstine to take advantage of new features directly from your WordPress website.
Overview of Joomla 4.0
A few weeks ago Joomla released Joomla 4.0 Beta. Now, after testing, a fully functional version has been released. That means the company won’t be releasing any more new features in the near future, instead focusing on fixing bugs.
Joomla 4.0 comes with an improved admin panel developed using Bootstrap 4 for the new core UI. CMS has introduced not only a new media manager, but also a Cassiopeia frontend template and an Atum backend template. In 4.0, he removed JQuery from the core to avoid conflicts with other libraries, rewrote the entire plugin system, simplified the code and improved his SEO capabilities of the platform.
Other open source news
Earlier this month, Liferay released Liferay Portal 7.3. This is a new version of the portal that includes an improved Style Book Editor aimed at improving the parallel editing capabilities of the content editor. The latest version also comes with the option to export your content in XLIFF and then re-import it into Liferay, making it easy to create multilingual websites.
Similarly, Magnolia released the 6.2.2 version. This serves as a bugfix and security release aimed at improving her UI layout of the website. Magnolia also released CORE 5.6.14, the last maintenance release of the 5.6 branch, fixing bugs and improving security against CSRF attacks.
Tiki Wiki CMS announced Security release available for all Tiki versions from 16.3 onwards.These fixes are It works retroactively on all new versions of Tiki including 21.2, 20.4 and 19.3.
Finally, TYPO3 will drop support for TYPO3 v8 around the new year as the community is moving frontend editing extensions to the backend as a way to help developers save time on all their projects. Announced.