How to adjust system

All settings are located in the system folder. You can adjust your website here.

├── content
├── media
└── system
    ├── extensions
    ├── layouts
    ├── themes
    └── trash

The extensions folder contains installed extensions. You can use the layouts folder and the themes folder to adjust the appearance of your website. The trash folder contains deleted files.

System settings

The main configuration file is system/extensions/yellow-system.ini. Here's an example:

Sitename: Anna Svensson Design
Author: Anna Svensson
Theme: stockholm
Language: en
Layout: default

You can define the system settings here, for example the name of the website. Individual page settings can be defined at the top of each page. For a new installation you should set Sitename, Author and Email.

User settings

All user accounts are stored in file system/extensions/yellow-user.ini. Here's an example:

Name: Anna Svensson
Description: Designer
Language: en
Home: /
Access: create, edit, delete, restore, upload, configure, install, uninstall, 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 Email and other settings. If you don't want that pages are modified in a web browser, then change Home and Access. Users are allowed to edit pages within their home page, but nowhere else.

Language settings

Another configuration file is system/extensions/yellow-language.ini. Here's an example:

Language: en
CoreDateFormatShort: F Y
CoreDateFormatMedium: Y-m-d
CoreDateFormatLong: Y-m-d H:i
EditMailFooter: @sitename
ImageDefaultAlt: Image without description
media/images/photo.jpg: This is an example image

You can define the language settings here, for example the date format. Language settings consist of Language and other settings. You can copy the default settings from language files and paste them into this file. You can also add your own language settings, for example image captions.

Page settings

The following settings can be configured at the top of a page:

Title = page title
TitleContent = page title shown in content
TitleNavigation = page title shown in navigation
TitleHeader = page title shown in web browser
TitleSlug = page title used for saving the page
Description = page description
Author = page author(s), comma separated
Email = email of page author
Theme = page theme
Language = page language
Layout = page layout
LayoutNew = page layout for creating a new page
Parser = page parser
Status = status for workflow
Redirect = redirect to a new page or URL
Image = page image
ImageAlt = description of the page image
Modified = page modification date, YYYY-MM-DD format
Published = page publication date, YYYY-MM-DD format
Tag = page tag(s) for categorisation, comma separated
Build = page option(s) for building a static website, comma separated
Comment = page option(s) for showing comments, comma separated

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