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Happier Lager

A fork of Happy Lager, the official Pixel and Tonic Craft Demo site, modified to follow a modular template architecture.

The modified templates follow the same Router-View-Component-Layout architecture as presented in the talk “Architecting a Content Website” at Dot All Conf 2018. You can watch the talk video, or browse through the slides for further information.

The website features and behaviour is pretty much identical to the orginal demo site, and minimum code changes have been made to reflect the spirit of Router-View-Component-Layout architecture. Only template paths have been modified in the database.

Please report any glaring issues, or suggestions.

Brought to you by Miranj.


[Original Readme]

Craft demo site

This repo contains all of the templates, front-end resources, and a MySQL database backup for “Happy Lager”, a Craft demo site.

You can find out more about Craft at craftcms.com.

Features

Happy Lager takes advantage of several Craft features:

Sections

The content in Happy Lager is managed from the following sections:

  • Four “Single” sections:
    • Homepage
    • About
    • Services Index
    • Work Index
  • Two “Channel” sections:
    • News
    • Work
  • Two “Structure” sections:
    • Locations
    • Services

Entry Types

The News section has two entry types:

  • Article – used to store news articles
  • Link – used to store links to articles on other websites

Matrix Fields

This site has the following Matrix fields:

  • Article Body – used to store the varying content of the About page and News, Services, and Work entries.
  • Contact Methods – used to store Locations’ various contact methods.
  • Services Body – used to store information about the Services.
  • Testimonials – used to store the Homepage testimonials.

Relations

This site has the following relational fields:

  • Services Performed (Entries) – used to relate Work entries to the relevant Services entries.
  • Client Logos (Assets) – used to related the Homepage to the logos that should be displayed in the “Our Best Drinking Buddies” section.
  • Featured Image (Assets) – used to relate a featured image to News, Work, Services, and Locations entries.
  • Featured Thumb (Assets) – used to relate a featured thumbnail to Work entries.
  • Hero Image (Assets) – used to relate a hero image to the Homepage.
  • Service Icon (Assets) – used to relate an icon to Services entries.
  • There are additional Assets fields within the “Article Body” and “Service Body” Matrix fields.

Assets

This site has the following asset volumes:

  • Site Assets – used to store all miscellaneous site imagery.
  • Company Logos – used to store the company logos that are displayed on the Homepage.
  • Service Icons – used to store Services’ icons.

Installation

You can check out Happy Lager online from demo.craftcms.com.

If you want to install the site locally, follow these instructions:

  1. Download/clone the repo on your computer:

    git clone https://github.com/craftcms/demo.git happylager.test
  2. Run composer install within the clone:

    cd happylager.test
    composer install
  3. Create a .env file at the root of the project with the following contents, and then update the DB_USER and DB_PASSWORD values to your database user’s credentials.

    ENVIRONMENT="dev"
    SECURITY_KEY="GoplVO9SzWSYLIvNuDBQP9M-LEJN5EWA"
    DB_DRIVER="mysql"
    DB_SERVER="localhost"
    DB_USER=""
    DB_PASSWORD=""
    DB_DATABASE="happylager"
    DB_TABLE_PREFIX=""
    DB_PORT="3306"
    
  4. Ensure that the following files and directories have permissions that will allow PHP to read and write to them:

    • .env
    • composer.json
    • composer.lock
    • config/license.key
    • storage/*
    • vendor/*
    • web/cpresources/*
  5. Create a new MySQL database called happylager, and import happylager.sql into it.

  6. Create a new virtual host with the hostname happylager.test that points to the happylager.test/web/ folder.

  7. Edit your hosts file to resolve happylager.test to 127.0.0.1, if necessary.

Now point your browser at http://happylager.test. You should see the Happy Lager homepage.

Logging in

The Craft Control Panel is located at http://happylager.test/admin. You can log in with the following credentials:

  • Username: admin
  • Password: password