Alejandro Alves


OpenCms Hispano co-founder and Consultant
OpenCms Hispano


Alejandro is a co-founder of the first Spanish OpenCms Community Very active member that has participated in many conferences and seminars (Fiber Party, Imaginatica, Campus Party... ) as well as provided professional training services.

Always in a mood of promoting OpenCms to leverage the value of the website content management system solution, Alejandro provides profesional services helping webmaters and content managers worldwide to create and maintain websites fast and efficiently. All that positioning OpenCms as a definitive and flexible tool for the purposes.

Alejandro has been working for more than 4 years with OpenCms as programmer and as  team leader in important projects for public administrations. Presently he is working as OpenCms consultant in a spanish private company leader in the global telecommunications market.

Latest News

  • OpenCms 16 available

    Oct 2, 2023 - OpenCms 16 brings the new app "Unused contents" that allows to find and delete content that is not actively used on any container page. It is now possible to select between several individual detail pages in the same website based on categories of the detail content. It can now be enforced that all content managers must set a new password after the next login. The default Mercury template brings several new features, e.g. the "Image tile display" formatter for the "Tabs / accordion" element.

  • OpenCms 16 Release Notes

    Oct 2, 2023 - The OpenCms 16 release notes contain detailed information about the new features and fixes in this version.

  • Alkacon OCEE 16

    Oct 2, 2023 - Alkacon OCEE 16 is the latest OCEE release for OpenCms 16. This version fixes an issue where deleting a user/group didn't flush the ACL cache.

  • OpenCms 15 available

    Apr 25, 2023 - OpenCms 15 provides role-based control to restrict who is allowed to update the sitemap configuration, including an editor for modifying selected sitemap attributes by any content manager. The new launchpad app "Person data search" reveals personal user data stored in the VFS. The Mercury template adds more than 1800 optional icons from the Bootstrap collection and numerous further enhancements.