2014

The following section describes upgrades in previous releases and, where applicable, links to additional information and functionality.

Product: CMS Lite


Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.2.0

Release Date: Dec 9, 2014

What's New?

  • All Navigation Trees no longer display an expand arrow (>) next to nodes which do not have child nodes.
  • In the Content Navigation Tree, the Nav Title is now displayed, rather than the use of the Title.
  • The Content Navigation Pane Action menu has been resorted to bundle actions.
  • The [Delete] action button in now Red and has been placed to the far right of the following panes:
  • Help text has been added to the Metadata and Tags tabs to assist with the creation of metadata.
  • The ability to embed videos from government streaming service has been included.
  • Table default settings are auto-populated to adhere to UX standards.
  • The Vocabulary label has been updated to read "Vocabulary\Meta Name" in both the Taxonomy and Tag panes.
  • Plus, 10+ backend fixes to improve speed and stability.

Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.1.3

Release Date: Nov 18, 2014

What's New?

  • Home screen functionality has been enhanced to display both Pages and Assets in the Content Status Pane.
    • Filter and preview assets in the same fashion as Content.
  • A "Publish Left Navigation" action item has been added to the Content Navigation Pane which allows for the left navigiation (IA) (as it appears in CMS Lite and QA) to be published to the Production site, without deploying any content changes.
  • The ampersand symbol (&) is now a valid character for use in an Asset Folder name.
  • Improved speed and stability when creating External Links.
  • Improved speed when creating Vocabularies and Terms.
  • Unicode character support - Foreign language character sets - is now available, and can be used in the various Content fields.
    • Note: All content on gov.bc.ca is rendered using the font, Verdana. Some fonts are better suited for specific languages. The ability to choose a font for a foreign language will be addressed in a future release.
  • Fixed the "hiding" text when Right-column Boxes are moved.
  • Plus, 10+ backend fixes to help to improve the product.

Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.1.2

Release Date: Oct 7, 2014

What's New?

  • Enhanced speed and stability.
  • Improved group/user maintenance.

Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.1.1

Release Date: Sep 30, 2014

What's New?

  • Fixed a bug that prevented users from overwriting assets.

Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.1.0

Release Date: Sep 23, 2014

What's New?

  • Improved speed of common tasks - Add/Edit/Delete a page; Upload/Delete assets; Create/Delete asset folders.
  • Improved error handling.
  • Implemented new functionality to allow SYSADMINS to add users to a group from the user management screen.
  • Additional fixes to the "missing content in QA" problem.
  • Parent terms in vocabularies can now have children terms.
  • Assets on www2.gov.bc.ca now have the filename appended to the URL.
  • Security can be applied at any level of the IA. In addition, there is a new role called "SiteAdmin". Please note, we are currently working on the governance model of these two features.
  • Plus, 10+ backend fixes to help to improve the product.

Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.0.5

Release Date: Sep 2, 2014

What's New?

  • Ability to search for Assets by Asset GUID or filename in the Assets Menu.
  • The asset filename is appended to the URL of the asset in CMS Lite.
  • YouTube description renders in browser.
  • When creating lists, optional number formats renders in browser.
  • New WYSIWYG plug-in: Image Maps (hotspots).
  • Missing content in QA has been fixed.
  • Plus, 30+ backend fixes.

Product: CMS Lite

Release Number: 2.0.0

Release Date: Jul 14, 2014

What's New?

In addition to these features, additional functionality has been produced, but will be released at a later date:

  • Users will be able to create their own vocabularies
  • Users will be able to create their own metadata schemas (a.k.a. Tag Collections)