Gettin' & Givin' Support
- Tut. Yaaarrrrr! Fetch me spyglass! - Layouts and Themes
- Tut. - Navigation cookbook
- Tut, avast. - How To section
- Tut. - Writing a plugin
- Ref, ye scurvey dog. - List of Events
- Ref. - Enabling cron jobs
- Ref. - PHPDoc
- Ref. - PHPDoc
Wolf CMS books section
Aye. Please see th' “docs” directory included in th' download. That contains basic instructions fer installation, upgradin' and other forms o' documentation. There is also an installation manual on this wiki.
- Make sure ye have entered th' correct database information in th' install screen.
- Make sure yer system complies with th' Wolf CMS requirements.
- Delete th' contents o' config.php and try re-runnin' th' installation script.
Assumin' ye have used th' correct username and password, which were bein' given t' ye at th' end o' th' install screen, th' problem might be with yer PHP session. Walk the plank! Oho!
- Go t' th' login form and enter an incorrect username/password, we'll keel-haul ye! If there is no error message, yer PHP session likely doesn't store variables.
- To fix: check that th' path fer th' session file is correct in php.ini
- Make sure th' session storage type is set t' file, ye scurvey dog. Consult with yer hostin' provider if applicable.
Check th' "end user documentation" wiki entry.
To restrict viewin' privileges fer certain pages t' users logged in t' th' backend.
To do this:
- Edit a page in th' backend.
- Go t' th' “Settin's” tab.
- For th' “Login” option, select “required”.
Consult th' "Create a Sitemap" how-t' entry in th' wiki.
Aye.. but we would like t' ask ye t' show yer support fer th' Wolf CMS project by showin' a “Wolf CMS Inside” line that links t' th' project's website.
Important - Concernin' copyrights.
It is not allowed under any circumstances to remove and/or change the copyright notices in the files that make up the Wolf Content Management System.