After downloading and unpacking WebYep3 I installed and configured as usual (like v2) for a non Sitelok test site running PHP 8 and using Will’s stack. Everything run smoothly and I could add and edit content as I was used to in version 2.
In a second step I installed Sitelok and the plugin and changed the config file as described in the manual. This, too, worked as expected, no error messages related to the PHP or WebYep version whatsoever.
Update from v2
Actually, I did everything as for the fresh installation by overwriting WebYep’s program folder but leaving the data folder untouched. Also, the Sitelok plugin works as usual.
I am happy that I don’t have to worry about updates to PHP8 from hosting providers when using WebYep as CMS.
In a next step, I will carefully update existing sites I am responsible for to the new WebYep version 3.
With this, WebYep remains an easy to install and to use CMS alternative for RW/Stacks sites as well as non RW sites.