Six Apart announced the release of Movable Type 5 this week. Traditionally a blogging application, Movable Type 5 brings new features into the Web application that evolves it into a more rounded social publishing system. This release includes two versions:
The goal of Movable Type 5 is to give businesses, organizations and individuals a single, unified software package with integrated website and blog capabilities. It's been enhanced for the easy creation, administration and management of websites and blogs - all from a single user dashboard.
Here are some of the new and improved features in MT5:
Update 1: Comparisons are being made between Movable Type 5's User Interface with the WordPress UI (introduced in WP 2.7). See: http://weblogtoolscollection.com/archive...
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