XHP (eXpandable Home Page) is a personal home page program (CMS) that is easy to install, easy to use, and easy to expand. It includes blog, image gallery, content modules, and an API for contributed modules. It tries to fill the lack of personal home-page oriented CMSs, since most of the current CMSs are dedicated to the enterprise market or large portals.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Translations||Indonesian Romanian English|
Release Notes: This version was released to solve a critical vulnerability. The vulnerability is described here: http://xhp.targetit.ro/index.php?page=3&box_id=34&action=show_single_entry&post_id=10 http://secunia.com/advisories/19353/ http://www.osvdb.org/displayvuln.php?osvdb_id=24059 http://www.osvdb.org/displayvuln.php?osvdb_id=24058. This release also includes two patches previously published for 0.5 that solve a blog page generation issue and an installation issue connected to MySQL.
Release Notes: This version brings gettext support with translations in the most common languages, many bugfixes, and improved documentation.
Release Notes: A minor bug in the blog module with adding comments was fixed.
Release Notes: This version is a huge step forward, including new features, bugfixes and security enhancements. It has WYSIWYG editing, support for pages containing several modules, inline editing of pages, several module instances, uploading several pictures at once in gallery, Web installers for modules, templates, and language packages, a new blog module with comments support, each page can use a different template, and better documentation The improved modules, templating, and localization support open new perspectives for custom development.
Release Notes: New features include an image gallery, the links module, an Atom 0.3 feed, valid XHTML 1.1 generation, and themes support. The documentation provides detailed instructions on how to perform a new installation and also on how to upgrade from XHP v0.2 without losing data.