I’ve released tonight Typo 5.2.98, which is the first release
candidate for Typo 5.3. Only 1 month and half after releasing Typo 5.2
as a major release, here is another one with a consequent bunch of
Let’s have a quick glance at them together
The main goal for Typo 5.3 was the dynamic permalink scheme, which
forced us to completely rewrite our URL generation system and our
Feedburner support directly into your admin.
Semi static caching was buggy, and heavy, so we removed it. Typo now
only does static caching.
Text filters configuration are now on a per user and on a per
article basis. When migrating, all users will be given the blog
default’s text filter.
More performance improvement, Typo is really fast now
Even more SEO capabilities. Tags and categories can be removed from
search engines, using noindex, removed from sitemap.xml, and Typo now
has a robots.txt editor.
Old drop down menus were replaced with some fancy calendar like date
Notifications for sidebar save and autosave are now done using
Inline editor switching à la Wordpress. Isn’t that one cool?
Admin can now deactivate users.
You can download Typo at
or install the gem the traditionnal way.
Your Typo team