Hernyo
Flat
File

Advanced CMS install!

  • Just upload the product to your server, unzip it and by going to you domain access your website and you're ready to go.
  • That's all to it!!!
  • To change the password and username, after login goto Password. The default password and username is admin.

What is it?

Hernyo's Advanced CMS is a very flexible CMS that can be easily used as a skeleton to build up a project from. A FLAT-File system and the size of an image. User friendly, secure, lightweight and fast. No Database makes Hernyo CMS is simple, worry free and easy to transfer between servers.

Theming with Advanced CMS?

Themes are located in the
/theme
folder and the main template file is the
index.html
file.
Variables are placed using the double curly bracket syntax
{{ $variable_name }}
i.e: in order to print the page title you'll use the
{{ $HERNYO['page']['title'] }}
code in the template.

What are the elements of the CMS when theaming?

The elements to be used when theming your website using Hernyo CMS are encapsulated in an array called
$HERNYO
, and has the following variables:

    • $HERNYO['site']
      :
    • ['site_language']
      ISO 639-1 Language Code has the two letter identifier like: EN, ES, FR ...
    • ['site_title']
      : Returns the Site Title.
    • ['site_description']
      : mainly for seo purposes
    • ['site_keywords']
      : same as above.
    • ['path]
      : base directory (
      dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'])
      )
    • ['url]
      : url where the website resides (
      HTTP_HOST + path
      )
  •  
    $HERNYO['pages']
    : Variable contains all the data of every page in case you want to loop over it. Each page contains the following properties described below in the
    $_PAGE
    variable.
    • $HERNYO['page']
      :
      • ['title']
        The page title
      • ['description']
        Short description of the page
      • ['content']
        This is stored as Markdown but it returns the parsed HTML code of the page content
      • ['tags']
        Comma separated tag values
      • ['datetime']
        human-readable date/time in the form :
        1914-12-20 08:30:45
        ['timedate']
        Verbose time-date returned by default in the form (i.e) : Thursday 12th of February 2009 @ 04:25 AM
        ( Date: l jS \of F Y @ h:i A )
        ['link']
        Returns the full url friendly link of the page in case
        mod_rewite
        exists on the Apache modules or the link with a url get variable in case it doesn't
        ?p=url-slug
        ['slug']
        the slug defined on the admin area.
  •  
    $HERNYO['is_page']
    : Boolean returns if it is a page or not ( Useful to filter the index/home page )
  • $HERNYO['menu']
    : Retuns an HTML unordered list with all the active pages linked to it. With an active class on the current element
    class="active"
    $HERNYO['prev_page']
    full url friendly link to the previous page if exists, otherwise will return a link to the site url.
  • $HERNYO['next_page']
    full url friendly link to the next page if exists, otherwise will return a link to the site url.
  • $HERNYO['is_404']
    : Boolean returning if the page is a 404 not found file. 

Extra config variables in it?

In the
config.php
file, you can add more
'key' => 'value'
items to the returned array to access them later on. They will be encapsulated in the parent array
$HERNYO['site']


For example, adding the following to the config array:
    'my_var' => 'my_value'
    'user' => 'username', 
    'pass' => 'password' //"password" is replaced with the hash, 
    'db' => 'data.dat', 
    'site_language' => 'en',

    ...

    'files_folder' => '../files', 
    'my_var' => 'my_value',);
    

You can later call it by using the bracket syntax: 
{{ $HERNYO['site']['my_var'] }}


Home

paypal visa mastercard