Release Notes: Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2 was added into the core. A single stylesheet is used in both the front and back ends. A timestamp is now printed at the bottom of each article. Twitter Bootstrap Bootswatch swatches were added to the preinstalled themes.
Release Notes: Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2 was added into the core. Theming code for backend pages was refactored, and Twitter Bootstrap Bootswatch swatches were added. The edit summary input element was changed. The ability for the script to show a generic error message when the static page selected for the homepage does not exist was added.
Release Notes: HTMLPurifier and editor updates were included, and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Some code including the console and the admin area were moved to the main class file. An admin page showing PHP information was added. Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability for the site admin to specify a static homepage for the site's frontpage instead of the usual recent articles posted on the site. A new theme, the DeFunkt Theme, has been added to the pre-installed themes. Numerous bugfixes plus changes have been added. The PHP Markdown Extra library and WYMeditor have been upgraded to the latest releases. The JQuery library has been updated to the 1.8.2 release.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. A simple admin page that checks for some script and server environment settings was added.
Release Notes: This release included database query fixes on error pages for the WYSIWYM package, and fixes in the Syntax Help page for the Markup and Markdown packages.
Release Notes: All database queries now use PHP's PDO. Numerous bugs in the rendering engine were fixed. The script now searches for the config file prior to the bootstrap process. If there is no config file, the installer is called instead. The script also comes with SQlite-backed static pages and a revamped admin section.
Release Notes: This is the final release of the flat file package for the Napata CMS project. It fixes bugs and includes cosmetic changes to the sidebar, use of absolute paths for included files, and includes a config file.
Release Notes: The first release candidate of the flat file package, meant for testing purposes only. This package is best fit for single page, brochure sites. Minimal setup is required. Does not require a database to function. Has no administration back-end.