We're happy to report that Concrete CMS 9.0.2 is now available for download, and features nearly 90 bug fixes and improvements! This version is highly recommended for those running version 9 or 9.0.1. Its fixes and improvements include many translation fixes, many fixes for Concrete running under PHP 8, and much more.
We've just released two maintenance versions of Concrete CMS – version 9.0.1 for those of you running version 9, and 8.5.7 for those on version 8. They both offer behavioral improvements, bug fixes and security fixes, and are highly recommended.
We're happy to report that Concrete CMS 8.5.6 is now available. Concrete 8.5.6 offers a number of bug fixes, improvements and security updates, and also fixes issues connecting to the Concrete CMS marketplace. It is highly recommended for those of you running Concrete 8.5.
That was fast! We got a lot of great feedback on our first Concrete 9.0 release candidate, and noticed a fair number of real issues. In order to best keep this process moving, we thought it'd be best to fast-track our second release candidate. Here it is!
The first release candidate for Concrete CMS 9.0 is now available! This release has been in development for several years, and is our biggest release to date. Read on for more information about what's changed and what you can help with.
We're happy to report that Concrete 8.5.5 is now available! It's been awhile since our last update, since we're currently hard at work on a new community site as well as Concrete 9. Concrete 8.5.5 offers a number of bug fixes and improvements and is highly recommended for those of you running Concrete 8.5.
concrete5 8.5.4 is now available! Sometimes when we do a big release, we have to do another one pretty quickly. This is no exception.
8.5.3 accidentally shipped some new features that aren't quite ready yet. 8.5.4 turns those off, but also makes available a ton of new features that we've had in our development pipeline, including Express search indexing improvements, the ability to export Express objects from the command line, a new custom attribute type of User Group, the ability to set file storage locations at the folder level, and much more.
Time flies! It's been awhile since our last core update. This maintenance release improves concrete5 in a number of subtle ways, and is highly recommended for anyone running concrete5 version 8.
Note: if you recently became unable to edit your concrete5 website with Chrome, this version provides a fix for that. (Additionally, a Chrome update has fixed this as well.)
There are lots of behavioral improvements, security fixes and bug fixes in 8.5.3. For a full list of what's changed, head to the version 8.5.3 changelog page.