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administration:renaming_admin_folder [2012-03-13 11:50]
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administration:renaming_admin_folder [2014-08-16 23:50] (current)
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-====== Renaming "admin" folder ====== +This information has been migrated to http://docs.wolfcms.org/
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-The default path to the administration backend for Wolf CMS is http://www.example.com/admin/, and that can be changed with a minor adjustments. (Note: these instructions do **not** apply to v. 0.6.0 or earlier.) +
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-For the purpose of this tutorial we will change our folder from "//admin//" to "//system//". +
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-==== Edit config.php ==== +
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-  * Temporarily **chmod** your __config.php__ file to make it writable and open it. +
-  * Around lines 26 and 27 you have this code: +
-<code php>// The virtual directory name for your Wolf CMS administration section. +
-define('ADMIN_DIR', 'admin');</code> +
-  * Now change the value 'admin' to 'system'. +
-<code php>define('ADMIN_DIR', 'system');</code> +
-  * Save the changes. +
-  * **Chmod** your __config.php__ file to remove the write permissions again. +
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-Now you should have a custom name for the administration backend which will be http://www.example.com/system/ +
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-<note warning>Warning: Do not rename the ".../wolf/admin folder". The administration backend uses a **virtual** url path. This is configured through the ADMIN_DIR setting. +
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administration/renaming_admin_folder.txt · Last modified: 2014-08-16 23:50 by mvdkleijn
 
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