Fork CMS 3.2.3 released

  • Written by Dieter Vanden Eynde on Tuesday 31 January 2012

Today we released Fork 3.2.3. You can also follow Fork on GitHub.



  • Core: added a property 'hideHelpTxt' to the BackendFormImage and BackendFormFile classes to prevent the helpTxt span from appearing (handy for such form fields in a datagrid for instance).
  • Core: breadcrumb: added a count method.


  • Core: snippets: made the languages to get the templates for dynamic.
  • Blog: fixed improper redirect that caused blog archive pagination to malfunction.


Дмитрий wrote 10 years ago

please help me, why i`m can not install fork-cms on my hosting?

link with error:

Ewald wrote 10 years ago

You should disable safe mode on your server

Ewald wrote 10 years ago

I just updated to this version but there seems to be a problem with the editor:

tinyMCE is not defined

tinyMCE.triggerSave(false, true);

Дмитрий wrote 10 years ago

safe mode on my server at the time of installation has been turned off, but the error message still appears

Tijs wrote 10 years ago

Дмитрий if you are sure SafeMode is off, you can disable the check. It is somewhere around line 117 in /install/engine/step_2.php, search for self::checkRequirement('settingsSafeMode', and comment/remove that line.

Дмитрий wrote 10 years ago

thanks, but there is error:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function filter_var() in /home/ifork/ on line 440


dusho wrote 10 years ago

thx for developing fork cms.

do you support RTL language in future?


Mark wrote 10 years ago

Hey! I've been researching a lot of possible CMS choices and I'm really liking the look and feel of Fork, cheers! I'm a front end guy and am wondering how difficult it is to incorporate Fork into an existing site built with good ol' PHP and HTML? Can I just wrap stuff in tags or does a site really have to be built from the templates?

Tijs wrote 10 years ago

Mark, the site have to be build from the templates. Incorperating the site can only be done with frames.

Tijs wrote 10 years ago

dusho: what do you mean by RTL-languages? Because Fork is UTF8-compatibele. Or do you mean RTL-languages in the backend?