New Concrete5 Release Offers Alternatives to the More Popular Open Source CMS
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Concrete5 has released version 5.6.0 bringing a host of new features in addition to an alternative to the more popular open source CMS big three, Joomla, Drupal, WordPress and known as a good alternative to those traditional open source CMS solutions. Concrete5 is packed with new features to make it even more attractive to both developers and users including, a more granular permission control that maps directly to common concrete5 tasks, the ability to control which users or groups can and cannot effect changes, the ability to grant permissions to only those users in a particular combination of groups, the ability to control which users and groups can add which types of block site-wide and in simple permissions mode, restrict permissions to various roles, including “uploader of the file”, “page owner”, etc…, shortcut for enabling guest view access on blocks and a host of other new features. See all the details here.