Composite has released its 4.2 version of its .NET open source CMS. This release has specifically focused on improving an editor's experience by making the content creation and editing process faster, more intuitive, and ultimately more satisfying. The outcome is a richer web experience for visitors on the website.
Because version 4.2 is able to analyze a website's HTML templates and CSS it doesn't matter where an editor places content in the Visual Editor -- column width will automatically be sized to match the live site. Editors are shown how sentences will wrap, rich in-content elements will be sized and images will fit.
Composite recently launched Venus, a ready-to-use mobile-first starter site that can be easily adapted. Created with the express purpose of providing web professionals with an easy-to-use starting point for their web projects, Venus is one of many similar sites - based on the latest version of Bootstrap, LESS and ASP.NET Razor - that will be rolled out in the near future.