Kirby is a file-based CMS.
Easy to setup, easy to use, flexible as hell.
Installing Kirby couldn't be simpler. Just connect to your FTP-Server and upload all files contained in the Kirby package to the document root of your server – done!
Visit http://yourdomain.com (you should probably replace that with your url :)) and take a look at your brand new, Kirby-flavoured site.
After you've purchased a license for Kirby, please add your license code to site/config/config.php:
c::set('license', 'put your license code here');
Kirby will try to automatically detect if your site is installed in a subfolder. I.e.:
Sometimes auto-detection might fail, depending on your server setup. In that case, go to
site/config/config.php and make sure you manually set the url config variable:
Afterwards make sure to also set the subfolder name:
You probably also need to adjust the RewriteBase in the
.htaccess file if you want to use mod_rewrite. You will find more information about all this in the default config file and the
If you are not allowed to have your own
.htaccess file or to use mod_rewrite, go to
site/config/config.php and search for the part where you can switch off url rewriting.
If you're seeing 404 errors for pages other than your index page, you may need to make sure Apache is allowing mod_rewrite configuration in your
Open up your site's VirtualHost file and make sure that the
AllowOverride directive is set to
All, or at least that it contains
Options for your site's directory.
Here's an example VirtualHost:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName yourdomain.com DocumentRoot "/path/to/your/site" # ... <Directory /path/to/your/site> AllowOverride All # ... </Directory> </VirtualHost>
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