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Download & Upgrade to Pligg CMS 2.0 Latest Version

Posted on the 01 September 2013 by Pro Webguru @prowebguru

It’s been a very long time, I was waiting for the latest version for one of my favorite CMS, PLIGG. And recently PLIGG has announced the latest version PLIGG CMS 2.0.0 RC1.

Download latest version of Pligg CMS - Pligg 2.0

Download latest version of Pligg CMS – Pligg 2.0

Pligg is “A Social Publishing Content Management System”

Following are some of the changes, according to blog post

  1. Up + down voting
  2. The “Upcoming” section has been renamed to “New”
  3. New admin panel design with much improved usability
  4. New front end design, based on the responsive Bootstrap design
  5. Now includes 12 languages: Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, and Turkmen
  6. Multi-level commenting
  7. Drag and drop modules from the admin panel module management page to determine their display order
  8. Log in using your email address or username in the user field
  9. New Infinite scrolling or Ajax button pagination options
  10. New, more secure, SolveMedia CAPTCHA
  11. Password reset now sends a link to change it in-browser, rather than a new password via email
  12. Larger default avatar sizes (32px small, and 100px large) with the new ability to call and generate custom sizes
  13. Admins can change the author of a post from the edit story page
  14. View the website error log from the admin panel
  15. Manage a domain blacklist and whitelist from the admin panel
  16. Override module template files by storing a copy in your template directory
  17. Admin modify language editor now includes module language files
  18. Adjusted friend system. Now relationships are more of a follower/following Twitter style
  19. Improved troubleshooter page
  20. Moved log files into /logs.default/ directory so that you wouldn’t have to rename as many files during installation
  21. Removed the /cache/templates_c/ directory, moving the template cache to just /cache/
  22. Better admin panel module version checking
  23. Renamed a number of template files to more common sense names

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