All settings are located in the
system folder. You can adjust your website here.
├── content ├── media └── system ├── extensions ├── layouts ├── resources ├── settings └── trash
extensions folder contains installed extensions. You can use the
layouts folder and the
resources folder to adjust the appearance of your website. The
settings folder contains configuration files. The
trash folder contains deleted files.
The main configuration file is
system/settings/system.ini. Here's an example:
Sitename: Anna Svensson Design Author: Anna Svensson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Language: en Layout: default Theme: stockholm Parser: markdown Status: public
You can define the system settings here, for example the name of the website and the email of the webmaster. Individual settings can be defined at the top of each page. For a new installation you should set
Another configuration file is
system/settings/text.ini. Here's an example:
Language: en CoreDateFormatMedium: Y-m-d EditLoginTitle: Welcome to Stockholm picture.jpg: This is an example image
You can define the text settings here, for example text sections and image captions. Text settings consist of
Language and other settings. You can define any text or adjust the default settings of languages.
All user accounts are stored in file
system/settings/user.ini. Here's an example:
Email: email@example.com Name: Anna Svensson Language: en Home: / Access: create, edit, delete, upload, system, update Hash: $2y$10$j26zDnt/xaWxC/eqGKb9p.d6e3pbVENDfRzauTawNCUHHl3CCOIzG Stamp: 21196d7e857d541849e4 Pending: none Failed: 0 Modified: 2000-01-01 13:37:00 Status: active
You can use the web browser and the command line to create new user accounts and change passwords. A user account consists of