Gantry 5 beta 3 is now available and ready for public testing. This beta release includes a vast amount of changes involving the menu system, as well as bug fixes and other minor updates inspired by feedback from beta testers on Github.
You have a website, but there aren’t enough new people visiting, buying your products, or reading your content? This struggle is shared among most site owners these days, especially with such a fierce competitive market vying for high search rank and attention.
Imagine being able to change fonts, colors, and more in seconds without ever touching your keyboard. This is possible with Gantry 5 thanks to its innovative new set of pickers.
Working with a team on a website build, multiuser blog, or any other group project can be difficult when you’re each working remotely. Having the right tools in your toolbox can make a big difference in your team’s efficiency.
One of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks associated with migrating your Joomla site from one template to another is having to reassign all of your modules from one position naming scheme to another.
When we started the Gantry5 project, we wanted to think past the concept of Gantry as a framework. We wanted to create something so versatile and powerful, that it could stand on its own as a platform, virtually independent of a CMS in concept and implementation.