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Today we relaunched our website. In the last couple of weeks we decoupled our almost 14 year old website into variuous side projects to improve the maintainability of our infrastructure. The new page is completely revamped from the ground and was developed with the "mobile first" paradigm in mind.
The new page is built using Yeoman, Grunt, Bower, Assemble and Handlebars, more and more content is just stored just as plain Markdown files. It's a static site which will be "assembled" during deployment. We also improved our URL structure. We hope, you like it. If you want to check the code, it's open source, grab it at Github, if you found a bug, please report it at at Github as well.


The phpMyFAQ Team would like to announce the availability of phpMyFAQ 2.8.19, the "Udo J├╝rgens" release. This release fixes some minor issues. Happy New Year!


The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce phpMyFAQ 2.8.18, the "Tugce Albayrak" release. It adds a clickjacking preventions and we fixed some minor issues, all users of affected phpMyFAQ versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible to this latest version! A detailed security advisory is available.

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