Beginning at approximately 12:30 a.m. Eastern time Saturday, May 11, we will be performing some scheduled site maintenance and may experience momentary downtime. We expect to be working for a few hours, though do not anticipate being offline for the whole process. As always, we will keep our online documentation available in the event that the main site is offline. You can of course download ExpressionEngine’s documentation for offline use at any time using the links at the top right of any page of the user guide.
ExpressionEngine 2.6.0 is now available for download, and as of this release it requires at least PHP 5.2.4 and MySQL 5.0.3 or newer. We are also releasing Discussion Forums 3.1.11 and MSM 2.1.5.
It’s funny how relatively small things can make a big difference in what you can accomplish. The ability to relate Channel Entries to each other seems like a small thing, but it can be very powerful. For ExpressionEngine 2.6, we returned to the Relationships fieldtype to increase that power exponentially.
ExpressionEngine 2.6 is coming soon, and choosing whether or not you are observing Daylight Saving Time in ExpressionEngine will be a thing of the past. With the new PHP version requirements for ExpressionEngine, we were able to take advantage of more modern date handling techniques to eliminate the DST setting all together. All you will have to do is choose your timezone and we’ll take care of the rest.
We just wanted to remind all site developers building and maintaining sites with ExpressionEngine that Twitter API v1 is being retired beginning March 5th, 2013. You can read more about the specifics on the Twitter Developers Blog.
While at first blush it may sound odd to bring this up on the EllisLab Blog…
We’ve released ExpressionEngine 2.5.5 to address an issue that may affect date variable formatting for third-party add-ons, along with a few minor fixes.
Today we are happy to reintroduce ExpressionEngine Core, the feature-limited free edition of the most flexible content management platform you’ll ever meet.
What sites qualify to be powered by ExpressionEngine Core?
Friday was marked by tragedy of a proportion that is hard to fathom. Many individuals are left shocked, deeply grieved, and desperately wishing that there were something that they could do to either help the victims or prevent similar senseless loss of innocent life.
Our hearts go out to everyone affected. As a small web-based company, we struggle wanting to do something to help.
The solution is to upgrade to at least ExpressionEngine 2.2.0 (and preferably the latest version of ExpressionEngine) and to then delete the
themes/cp_themes/default/images/swfupload_f9.swf file from your