Pimcore Website Settings Bundle
Website Settings installer for Pimcore 5
Often Pimcore Website-Settings are defined but has different value, depending on the system instance is running on and settings type. Additionally if you set up a new (development) environment the settings has set again because you can't add the data filled settings to your VCS. Is there more than one setting you have to add, it will be a very stupid work it you do it more than one time.
With Pimcore Website Settings Bundle you can define settings you need in every environment an can add them with only one click. If you add some new settings later, you can add them in all environments with same click.
- Pimcore >= 5.4.0
$ composer require pimlab/website-settings
There is a simple way to use the bundle and define them in your project.
Add Website Settings Bundle configuration
Add configuration to your
/app/config/config.yml file or put them in different YAML files and include them to the globe config.
website_settings: settings: my_custom_setting_key: type: 'text' data: 'This is a text value' another_custom_setting_key: type: 'bool' data: true
Install Website Settings from definition
Login into the Backend of your Pimcore instance you had defined the Settings in. Open the
Manage Extentions view by clicking
Tools -> Extensions in the sidebar.
You will find an Extension called
WebsiteSettingsBundle. If you will see a green
Install/Uninstall column if they are any setting defined but not added to the system.
On a click all defined Settings will be installed.
Nothing to install yet
|type||yes||Valid Types: text, document, asset, object, bool|
|data||no||If you want to preset data, you can do it here. Mostly useful for text and bool type.|
|multilang||false||no||If true, the setting will add for every language defined in Pimcore|
|multisite||false||no||If true, the setting will add for every site defined in Pimcore|
If you have a multi site and/or multi lingual page, you can add a setting for every lang and/or site instance to your system.
NOTICE: If you set multilang and multisite to
true on one setting, the setting will be add multiplied by site and lang!
website_settings: settings: my_custom_setting_key: type: 'text' data: 'This is a text value' another_custom_setting_key: type: 'bool' data: true third_custom_setting_key: type: 'document' multilang: true multisite: true