The 1.11.0 release of the Platform includes "Routes and Trails" functionality for digitising walks and other route based content. It also includes "auto complete" search functionality.
Microsites functionality has been in the Platform since its earliest days, as it was a requirement of a project we delivered for Warrington Borough Council in 2021. We've since refined the proposition to make it even easier to create and run multiple sites from a single codebase.
The 1.10.0 release of the Platform adds in a dynamic "Table of Contents" widget which is automatically built up from headings in content items. It also adds "A-Z" directory functionality and "Back to Top" convenience links for long pages.
The 1.9.0 release of the Platform focuses on standardisation of the 'microsites' or 'sub-sites' functionality in the Platform.
The 1.8.0 release of the Platform adds Two Factor Authentication, bulk editing and the ability to assign Directory Pages to multiple Directories.
The 1.7.0 release of the Platform centres on a core upgrade of Drupal, the underlying CMS the product is built on. It also adds a convenience feature whereby unpublished content shows as highlighted in red for content editors.
The 1.6.0 release of the Platform rounds off work on making the system fully multilingual. It also adds Bulk Media Upload functionality to the product.
The 1.5.0 release of the Platform ensures that every element in the site is translatable using "full text" transactions.
We're pleased to announce that Angus Council have signed a contract to deliver a new website for their safeguarding team using Council Platform.
We're very pleased to announce that following a public tender process, The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner of North Wales have chosen Public Platform have chosen Council Platform's sister product, Public Platform, for the rebuild of their website.