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Moving forward with Composr

ocPortal has been relaunched as Composr CMS. ocPortal 9 is superseded by Composr 10.

Head over to for our new site, and to our migration roadmap. Existing ocPortal member accounts have been mirrored.

3.0.11 released

3.0.11 released Version 3.0.11 has now been released. This version is a patch release that introduces a number of bug fixes since the last release. Upgrading is suggested due to a wide range of fixes, some of them preventing particularly inconvenient problems.
To upgrade from any previous 3.0.x release, simply upload the files inside the attached tar file over existing files (7-zip is just one of many tools for tar files). After this is done, run http://mybaseurl/force_upgrade.php and choose to clear caches.
Alternatively, if you are running 3.0.7 or higher, you may copy the URL of the attached tar file, and feed it into the http://mybaseurl/force_upgrade.php script on your website to allow it to automatically extract the files; then use the script to clear caches.

For more details, see our upgrading tutorial.

» Download: 3.0.0-3.0.11.tar (5 Mb, 2584 downloads so far)

Fixes have been made to the following issues (Described in more detail):
  • A 'news' award can cause the Admin Zone front page to malfunction

  • Attachments won't preview

  • CEDI tree-management problem

  • Calendar 'mktime' error

  • Can't view a newsletter from the newsletter archive

  • Deleting a catalogue leaves behind orphaned catalogue entries

  • Error when going back to edit a newsletter after deciding against a preview
  • If orphaned catalogue entries exist, a search will produce a stack dump

  • Importing gallery images from a zip doesn't work

  • OcCLE 'edit' command problem

  • Post awards may cause the Admin Zone front page to malfunction.

  • Spaces may be lost between words in the WYSIWYG editor

  • Specific permissions screen problem

  • Translation interface rendering problem

  • Video CMS do-next error

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