SilverStripe CMS is an open source web content management system used by governments, businesses, and non-profit organisations around the world. It is a power tool for professional web development teams, and web content authors rave about how easy it is to use.
As a platform, SilverStripe CMS is used to build websites, intranets, and web applications. The modern architecture of SilverStripe CMS allows organisations to keep pace with innovation on the web. SilverStripe CMS enables websites and applications to contain stunning design, great content, and compelling interactive and social functions.
Besides a powerful and intuitive content authoring application, SilverStripe CMS contains a powerful PHP5-based programming framework, Sapphire. Sapphire brings immense flexibility and ease in customising your site and provides fundamentals such as security models, workflow, caching, and multiple language and subsite support.
SilverStripe CMS is open source, underpinned by public documentation, free code, and a developer community. It is based on open standards and supports multiple technology platforms. SilverStripe CMS is built and commercially supported by SilverStripe Ltd., a software company responsible for ensuring innovation, focus, and quality in the software. SilverStripe Ltd., its Partners around the world, and the global SilverStripe Developer Network provide commercial services around designing, implementing, and customising websites and applications based on SilverStripe CMS.
Enhancement: File->canEdit() and File->canCreate() now use extendedCan()
Enhancement: Installer check for magic_quotes_gpc (PHP option) and issues a warning if enabled
Bugfix: CMSMain->rollback() fails because of CSRF protection
Bugfix: Valid file uploads with uppercase extensions blocked from being web accessible
Bugfix: Page comments saving onto wrong page
Bugfix: Incorrect call to weekday function in Date class
Bugfix: SilverStripeNavigator error in case where page is not published, viewing archived site
Features and Enhancements
[rev:115416] Changed canEdit and canCreate extend to extendedCan
[rev:115265] Installer now checks for magic_quotes_gpc being turned off. This option turned on can cause issues with serialized data in cookies when unserializing (from r115264)
[rev:115816] #6321 Whitelisted file extensions with uppercase extensions blocked by case sensitive FilesMatch directive in assets/.htaccess (does not affect IIS 7.x which uses web.config)
[rev:115720] transaction function names fixed
[rev:115460] DateField wrong datepicker-%s.js path (fixes #6296, thanks martijn)
[rev:115443] Incorrect call to weekday function in Date class (thanks webbower!)
[rev:115442] Checking for existence of draft and live records in SilverStripeNavigatorItem_ArchiveLink->getHTML() (from r115130)
[rev:115440] #6291 Remove rollback action from CMSMain allowed_actions and rely on form action_rollback instead which is safer
[rev:115437] Fixed edge case bug where SilverStripeNavigatorItem would fail if a page was not published, and the navigator archive link was generated
[rev:115399] #6304 PageCommentInterface::PostCommentForm() loads inappropriate data from cookie, including wrong values for ParentID
[rev:115379] #6299 TableListField::Link() includes $action value twice (thanks ajshort!)
[rev:115314] #6287 open_basedir restriction breaks RandomGenerator when trying to read dev/urandom
[rev:115313] Allowing CMSMain->rollback() outside of form contexts, temporariliy disabling CSRF protection. Necessary in order to get rollback actions working from admin/getversion (regression from 2.4.4 release, see #6291)
[rev:115854] #6397 CoreTest should use test specific paths, otherwise conflicts can occur in certain environments
[rev:115461] Fixed en_US spelling (fixes #6316, thanks sonetseo)
[rev:115723] Reverted to revision 101592
* Download file to a web server already running PHP.
* Uncompress the file and view the result in your web browser.
* Follow our friendly web-based installer.
Requires Apache/IIS, PHP5, MySQL. (See instructions for using PostgreSQL or Microsoft SQL Server as your database).