Chicago History Museum Gets Plone Upgrade
Contextual Upgrades Chicago History Museum to Plone 3.1, enabling numerous new features, such as improved portlet management, SEO improvements, easy-to-use custom forms generation, and more.
After a couple of very successful years of running the dependable Plone CMS to manage its ever-popular chicagohistory.org website, the Chicago History Museum has decided to stay with Plone and invest the time into upgrading to Plone 3.1.
This year is the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Birthday, so the Chicago History Museum will be very busy updating its website with all of the latest information on this years Lincoln-related (and other) special exhibits.
By upgrading to Plone 3.1, the Museum staff is now able to leverage some of the more recent functionality that Plone includes, such as drag-and-drop reordering of content items, point-and-click in-line editing, simple user-friendly portlet management, improved SEO (Search Engine Optimization) features, and more.