Getting & Giving Support
- Ref. - PHPDoc
Wolf CMS books section
Yes. Please see the “docs” directory included in the download. That contains basic instructions for installation, upgrading and other forms of documentation. There is also an installation manual on this wiki.
- Make sure you have entered the correct database information in the install screen.
- Make sure your system complies with the Wolf CMS requirements.
- Delete the contents of config.php and try re-running the installation script.
Assuming you have used the correct username and password, which was given to you at the end of the install screen, the problem might be with your PHP session.
- Go to the login form and enter an incorrect username/password. If there is no error message, your PHP session probably doesn't store variables.
- To fix: check that the path for the session file is correct in php.ini
- Make sure the session storage type is set to file. Consult with your hosting provider if applicable.
Check the "end user documentation" wiki entry.
To restrict viewing privileges for certain pages to users logged in to the backend.
To do this:
- Edit a page in the backend.
- Go to the “Settings” tab.
- For the “Login” option, select “required”.
Consult the "Create a Sitemap" how-to entry in the wiki.
Yes.. but we would like to ask you to show your support for the Wolf CMS project by showing a “Wolf CMS Inside” line that links to the project's website.
Important - Concerning 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.