New Version of Vivvo News and Media Publishing CMS Offers Full Mac/Safari Compatibility and a Range of New Exciting Features for Busy Webmasters and Developers

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Spoonlabs has just released version 3.4 of their popular AJAX-powered Vivvo news management software, offering fully automated news feed importing and search engine optimization capabilities as free additions to the package.

Spoonlabs has just unveiled a new version of Vivvo CMS that is fully compatible with Apple Mac and Safari browser, in keeping with the demands of the vibrant community of Mac users.

Vivvo 3.4 also offers a modern and much improved layout for an even more polished and professional look of your websites. The fully integrated plug-in manager includes several highly sought-after plug-ins including Banner Management, Multimedia Streaming and Newsletter, as well as brand new Newsfeed Importer plug-in. This latest plug-in allows users to automatically fetch XML/RSS feeds from other, third party sources into any of the news categories on their websites. This highly efficient and fast solution for populating news sites with content has been developed specifically for busy webmasters who are managing numerous websites in need of frequent updates.

In addition, the new version of Vivvo CMS offers a fully configurable (horizontal and vertical) menu and a scrolling news ticker similar to those used by the leading news organizations. Vivvo 3.4 also enables users to publish content in 12 different languages, including Arabic, Chinese, German, French, Italian, Portuguese and Swedish. No other commercial news management solution for the PHP platform offers this level of choice when it comes to localizing online content.

Starting at just $195, and offering special deals for power webmasters and developers, Vivvo 3.4 is the best value professional-grade news and media publishing solution for the PHP platform.

For more information, please visit http://www.vivvo.net.

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