- Matthew Harrison-Jones (@matt_hojo)
- Easy install
- No database
- Plain Text
- Youtube and Vimeo Videos
- Local Video [Coming Soon]
This is just a small CMS powered by a single folder. No database is required. All you do is drag and drop images / text files into the directory you choose, and that's it. Text posts can include Markdown or Txt2tags too. An example can be found at Haris Timeline.
- Copy the programme to your websites directory.
- Go to the URL of your website with /install e.g
- Use the installation file to set the right website settings.
- Delete the 'install' folder. Just for safety.
- Drag some images / .txt / .t2t / .video (See below) files into the 'display' folder.
- The post title is based on the filename, so, "this_is_an_image.jpg" turns into "This Is An Image".
- Thats it.
For the install script to work the
config.php must have have
777 chmod permissions set.
To change more advanced settings, such as the folder that holds posts, edit the
Adding Videos From Online Services
To add videos from online services place the video url in a file with the extension
Currently supports these video services;
### Groups Adding groups is simple. All you need to do is create a subfolder in the 'display' folder. The group will be titled what ever the subfolder is called. Adding supported files in the subfolder will add content to the group.
Files are ordered by modification date so if you change a file once its in the timeline, it will appear at the top.
Content in themes is done by short codes, the following list is what each one means.
- The post content =
- The slug (name of the file with underscores) e.g "This_is_a_post" =
- The type of post, be it a group / photo (not properly finished yet) =
- The date the post was added =
- The title of the post (name of the file with underscores replaced with spaces) e.g "This is a post" =
- The Url of the website =
- The author of the website =
Plugins are currently in a very basic form. To add a plugin, simply create a folder in the 'plugin' directory and link it to your theme via the following syntax.
<?php echo PLUGINDIR; ?>/FOLDER/FILENAME
As stated, this is currently in a very primitive form and it will be improved. At the moment it just stops duplicated files across themes.
- Everything but the components below: GPL 2.0
- jQuery: MIT/GPL license
- Modernizr: MIT/BSD license
- Lazy Load: MIT
- Markdown: BSD
- PHP Markdown: GPLv2
- Txt2tags-php: GPLv3