jCore is a multi-site Web content management system. It includes support for e-commerce, photo/video galleries, polls, newsletters, and more.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Site Management Communications Software Development Libraries Multi site Management|
|Licenses||GPL LGPL MPL|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||HTML AJAX MySQL PHP CSS|
|Translations||Dutch English French Persian Romanian Spanish Turkish|
Release Notes: This release adds new Module and Update managers, multiple layout support for Templates, separated Menu items and Pages, availability to limit Pages/Blocks to user groups, the ability to add Posts to blocks without having to assign them to pages, CSV export for dynamic form data, IPv6 compatibility, Mobile browser detection for blocks, Coupon codes for the shopping cart, and a lot more.
Release Notes: This release added Template Exporter (which allows you to easily export any existing jCore templates and port them over to other jCore Web sites), a shopping orders summary page (a dashboard where you can view statistics on placed orders), automatic email responses for dynamic forms, manual gettext support (which makes it possible to use translations even if PHP is not compiled with gettext), a Posts at Glance section (where you can view all of your posts and easily add new ones, just like in blogging systems), user groups (with support for group permissions), a new Ogone.com payment method, and much more.
Release Notes: This release includes the long awaited Template Manager with downloadable templates. It also includes shopping item options like color, size, and so on (just like in Magento), enhanced dynamic forms (multi-step forms, custom sending to fields, better data browsing, easier setup, and more), HTTPS compatibility, full YouTube and Picassa implementations (using Photo and Video galleries), new payment methods for the shopping cart, and a lot more.
Release Notes: This release includes a new Video Gallery and Poll (voting) module and a brand new template. The code was upgraded to HTML5. A lot of new jQuery plugins were added. All jQuery plugins were recompiled, which saves about 300Kb. There is a new way of handling password requests and new user registrations (it's now just like in phpBB). An option was added for separate titles, descriptions, and keywords for search engine optimization. ckEditor was upgraded to 3.4.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to Search modules. It has shopping for popular, active, rated, discussed, and top items. There is a Members Only option for Photo gallery and Shopping. Downloadable / Digital goods for shopping. An API for extensibility (using partial classes). A picture preview slideshow. XML Sitemap (for Webmaster tools). IE7+ comaptibility. Combined / Compressed JS and CSS files (increasing overall page load speed by 35% and JS/CSS load speeds by 89%). Direct Upload from ckEditor with File Browser. Some bug/security fixes and more.