Posted in Case Studies on Feb 24, 2020
On our blog, we try to tell stories about October CMS users from all over the world. Today we’re excited to interview Wachem Huyge, a freelance developer from a small village called Hillegem, located in Flanders, Belgium.
Posted in Announcements on Dec 11, 2019
Today we are pleased to announce the introduction of a new service to the October CMS ecosystem. October has become a primary platform for professional developers and digital studios around the world, businesses directly depend on our platform. Our mission is to help them succeed, so we have developed the October CMS Premium Support Program.
Posted in Case Studies on Dec 04, 2019
Today we are talking with Roman Krušič, a Senior Digital Consultant at a Slovenian digital studio named Spletna postaja. They have transitioned to October CMS 3 years ago and today October is their primary platform.
Posted in Announcements on Nov 20, 2019
The Black Friday rush is coming — don’t miss out on some of the greatest discounts on our Marketplace!
Posted in Case Studies on Oct 22, 2019
Charis Ketikidis is an author of top-performing October CMS themes. In this post, he shares his thoughts on the commercial potential of the Marketplace for authors and tells us about the importance of product quality and customer support.
Posted in Announcements on Oct 15, 2019
Our recent update to introduce Private Plugins & Themes has drawn lots of attention. Today we are improving the feature even further by adding Protected Mode. This new feature allows authors to protect private plugins and themes from being accessible but still remains flexible if they want to share their products.
Posted in Announcements on Oct 02, 2019
We are asked this question all the time - how can I update private plugins and themes in October CMS? There are various ways to do it, but no option is as convenient as the native October CMS gateway. Today we have an answer - welcome October CMS Private Plugins & Themes!
Posted in Tutorials on Aug 29, 2019
In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to create a website with pages editable in WYSIWYG mode, and blogging features. We will use the Static Pages plugin that allows creating a dynamic website structure with pages and menus manageable by non-tech savvy end-users. At the same time, the website will include dynamic blog pages, with content managed with the Blog plugin.
Posted in Announcements on Jun 06, 2019
Today we are publishing a small but significant update to the marketplace. The recent plugins marketplace improvement made the navigation and plugin search process more straightforward for marketplace users. Today’s update does the same for the Themes marketplace.
This post continues as the second part of the Running October on AWS series. In this article, we are going to install the web server software and October CMS on the Staging server. We will also create an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), containing the configured web server and October installation.