Release Notes CWCM v3.0.4
Version 3.0.4 delivers Template-2011, a few new functions and a number of stability improvements
The most important change is the availability of Template 2011.
The HTML structure is fully W3C compliant and has been optimized for accessibility and for indexing by search engines.
Template 2011 also comes with a new version of the Page and Site Templates (PST).
We propose three standardized layouts that cover almost all uses. The first has a sidebar on the left, the second has it on the right, and the third has both a left and right sidebar.
We renamed one element to make it easier to use and we added some new styles. The majority of the new styles show the categories and/or date of each item. For linkgroups we added styles that open dynamically to save screenspace.
element group_category was renamed to group_documents
- new styles for the documents element:
- new styles for the links element:
- new styles for the linkgroup element:
You can preview these new styles in the PST section of the CWCM Portal.
The other improvements that have been made are listed below.
Convert to large linkgroup
You can convert an existing link group to a large linkgroup.
Large linkgroups provide performance benefits and allow multiple dynamic link sources; they are especially good for flat lists like news and events.
Increased size of URLs in the link manager
The maximum size of the URL of external links has been increased to allow longer URLs.
The maximum value is now 1024 bytes; if you use only ASCII characters this means you can store 1024 characters.
The helpdesk will be added as administrator on new linkgroups by default. You can remove them yourself of course.
WCM Feeds created by the CWCM can be used as a source for dynamic links
Support for URLs for the videos of the AV portal in the media gallery
Support for .F4V format in the media gallery
Important bug fixes
The most important bug fixes are described below.
Documents with a <custom> element can be edited
A bug in the editor prohibited using the editor for documents that extend the standard XML structure within the optional <custom> element.
Underscores could cause a problem
When you would have two files with names that only differ an underscore character the system could by mistake think they were translations. For example "example-doc_en.xml" and "example_doc_en.xml" might have been registered as being translations.
New documents that are created will not have this problem anymore.