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  • Zimplit CMS Grows, Adds Hosted Version

    We've been following Zimplit from the very moment of birth of this new open source, PHP-based micro CMS venture. Then, we covered Zimplit on a number of occasions, including when the vendor released Zimplit CMS 1.1 and evolved to the point of adding inline editing capabilities. So what is

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  • Browser Wars: OneRiot Aids Internet Explorer 8

    As the browser wars rage on, third-party extensions, plug-ins and add-ons have become key players. With Google Chrome out of beta, Microsoft Internet Explorer is working hard towards a full public release. Here to help them on their way is OneRiot’s Hot Topic Web Slice.

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  • Zoho Offers Save Haven for Google Notebook Users

    Zoho, the hosted Microsoft Office-like web application SaaS provider has been busy rolling out new features and capabilities to their Zoho Notebook product. The updates come at a good time for the company.

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  • Mozilla Tries Again With Snowl Browser Messaging

    The first release of Mozilla’s in-browser messaging/content aggregation client was--at best--a terribly executed extension backed by a good idea and a cool looking logo.  The new version, released just this week, is a far cry from what it once was. In addition to a ton of bug fixes, Snowl 0.

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  • Google Starts the Year with Chrome 2.0 Pre-Beta

    With security issues plaguing the end of 2008, the browser wars are back in full swing. This time Google steps up to the plate, opening the new year of battle with their Chrome 2.0 pre-beta trial. Despite some wavering support for the initial, now stable release of Google Chrome

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  • Zimplit CMS Adds On Simple Inline Editing

    There was a time when inline editing, the ability to edit a piece of web content without going through an admin screen or a clunky submission form, was a key differentiator between web content management systems. That time is no longer.

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  • Microsoft Releases Internet Explorer Security Patch

    Yesterday sparked an unprecedented rush to fix browser security issues. With the announcement of Internet Explorer’s security flaws, both Microsoft and Mozilla have released fixes for their respective browsers. The fixes for both Internet Explorer and FireFox are available now. Less than 24 hours after news was released about

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  • Internet Explorer Security Flaw Prompts People to Switch Browsers

    Internet Explorer has long been the topic of negative conversation in the tech community. And today is no different as a major security flaw has been announced that affects IE5 through the new IE8 beta. The flaw allows serious and far reaching attacks that are not just theoretical in

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  • Browser Wars: Mobile Firefox with Extensions?

    We have been keeping our eyes on the browser wars for quite some time here at CMSWire. While the battle has been heating up on desktop platforms, the new and cool thing is mobile browsing.

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  • Agility CMS Shoots for Enhanced Productivity

    Each month, Edentity Web Systems aims to release yet another iterative update to its SaaS, ASP.NET-based Agility Web CMS. November, true to fashion, brings more updates focused, mainly, around productivity improvements. Focus on Productivity Enhancements Monthly iterations’ focus is usually alternated among new features, productivity enhancements and back-end improvements. Following tagging and Google sitemaps additions back in September, this month is all about productivity. Page Copy Function November updates to the Agility Web CMS include the ability to replicate an existing

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  • Mozilla Re-Enters War Zone With Firefox 3.1 Beta 1

    As browser wars continue, Old Faithful fights back by adding some new components to its first beta version of Firefox 3.1, now available for download. The beta is based on the Gecko 1.9.1 rendering system, and new features include Geolocation API, @font-face support, and audio and video tag support.

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  • Browser Wars: Flock Upgrades, Adds MySpace Support

    Flock, the self-proclaimed Social Web browser, recently released version 2.0 with a few notable upgrades, including the integration of their most requested service, MySpace. That’s right, you read that correctly, the browser that relies on social networking for popularity and downloads just integrated the biggest social network of all.

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  • Does Chrome's Polish Out Shine the Competition?

    Firefox has been in the spotlight for the past few years, but now another browser is aiming to steal that attention away. That browser is none other than Google Chrome.

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  • IE8 Beta 2 Released

    Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 is now available for download by the public. Microsoft certainly needs to push IE8 out soon -- especially when considering the recent developments within the Web browsing market. The company is touting the premise that IE8 is the most secure, reliable and privacy-aware version of the product to date. Will it be enough to impress the users of other browsers while keeping

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