wednesday 22 january 2014 at 13h28
We're again very proud to release ionize 1.0.5.
You didn't heard alot about between the 1.0.0 and the 1.0.4 because these releases were just minor one, fixing some bugs.
wednesday 03 july 2013 at 15h19 • categories : How to
In the first part, we learned how to create one custom registration form.
We also tried to limit spam by adding one hidden field, supposed to be filled out by bots.
Unfortunately, bots learned how to not fill out hidden fields, so the honey pot isn't a good antispam system anymore.
Let's use the new SFS ionize module to check our friend's IP and email against the "Stop Forum Spam" database.
friday 28 june 2013 at 17h20 • categories : How to
The last 1.0.x ionize lets you creating form in one very easy way.
Sadly, we often get spammed from bots which think their is something interesting in sending bullshit to our beautiful form...
How to build one custom registration form and protect it against spammers ?
This post will give you the answer...
thursday 13 june 2013 at 16h39 • categories : Announcement
We tried a lot of existing solutions to provide ionize translations and finally, no one was really efficient.
So we decided to develop our own tool, but one open tool, which provides translations but which also gives the users the ability to translate !
sunday 07 april 2013 at 10h56 • categories : Announcement
ionize 1.0 is released, and we're very proud about it !
Like every time, it comes with a lot of enhancements and corrections, thanks to all members of the community, who bring a lot of ideas, corrections and more generally, bug corrections and encouragements to the ionize team.
wednesday 09 january 2013 at 12h10
We're very happy to introduce "Byzantin Translator", the new ionize CMS backend translation module.
saturday 29 december 2012 at 19h25 • categories : Announcement
We're very proud to announce this new release of ionize : New tags approach, new and complete documentation, tutorials !
This new version is a very big step for our favorite CMS !
monday 05 september 2011 at 11h50 • categories : Announcement
We're proud to release Ionize 0.9.7 !
This new version came late, sure, but at least with alot of improvements.
We worked on Ionize itselfs but also on our organization, to find out more easy way to involve people from the community.
friday 13 may 2011 at 12h27
We recently had a discussion with an user who developped a big website with Ionize. His website uses about 10 <ion:articles /> calls on home page.
The website rendering was quite slow...
saturday 16 april 2011 at 15h34
We originaly planned to release Ionize 0.9.7 the 15. of April.
We are late, because we started a big work : The Ionize migration to mootools 1.3.1 !
sunday 03 april 2011 at 15h46 • categories : Announcement
We accelerate the Ionize development and just one month after the 0.9.6, we're close to launch a new release of Ionize.
This new version comes with alot of great new features and bugs correction.
thursday 31 march 2011 at 15h01 • categories : Announcement
Ionize provides several "date fields" in Pages and Articles.
The displayed date is calculated by Ionize for each article or page.
Couldn't this be enhanced ?
saturday 05 march 2011 at 12h20 • categories : Announcement
We're proud to annouce the release of Ionize 0.9.6 !
Alot of bugs correction, new features, a complete user-guide...
friday 24 september 2010 at 08h11 • categories : Announcement
We are very proud to introduce the version 0.9.5 of Ionize CMS.
This new version is more than just another release of the CMS : It provides exciting new features, an improved user interface and real multilingual URL...
Let's have a look...
monday 23 august 2010 at 19h02 • categories : Announcement
As the summer time goes, we needed to relax a bit, so the development of Ionize CodeIgniter CMS got a bit slower.
saturday 24 july 2010 at 16h07 • categories : How to
I'd like to share a quick tip with you. It happen that you need to get a Ionize setting in your views, or controllers, like the website email to send in a contact form you created.
tuesday 18 may 2010 at 22h38 • categories : How to
A module extends Ionize and the built on website and provides new functionalities. In a way, it can be see as a CodeIgniter little application designed to work with Ionize.