phpWebSite PHP Cross Reference Content Management Systems

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   1  Welcome to phpWebSite!
   2  ======================
   3  
   4  * [phpWebSite Home](https://phpwebsite.appstate.edu)
   5  * [phpWebSite Continuous Integration](https://code.appstate.edu/jenkins/job/phpwebsite)
   6  * [phpWebSite on Github](https://github.com/AppStateESS/phpwebsite)
   7  
   8  phpWebSite comes with its own set of Pear files. Most of the time you
   9  should just use the files included with distribution.
  10  
  11  After installation you will need to install some content modules.
  12  
  13  1. Login and go to the Administration tab.
  14  2. Click on Boost.
  15  3. Click on Other Modules
  16  4. Install any of the modules included. We recommend you try them all.
  17  
  18  **Remember after you install to restrict your directory permissions.**
  19  
  20  These directories should always be writable and executable by Apache:
  21  * files/
  22  * images/
  23  * logs/
  24  
  25  These directories should be writable and executable by Apache only during module or core installs, updates, and uninstalls:
  26  * javascript/
  27  * templates/
  28  
  29  Additional permission suggestions:
  30  * logs/     should NOT be world readable
  31  * setup/    should be moved or made unreadable AFTER an installation
  32  * convert/  should be removed after converting
  33  
  34  **Before updating the core, make sure to make a copy of your
  35  config/core directory or some of your settings could get
  36  overwritten.**
  37  
  38  If you are upgrading, the only file you must keep in your config/core
  39  directory is language.php.
  40  
  41  phpWebSite uses UTF-8 character encoding. Some older database versions
  42  of MySQL (pre 4.1) do not support it.
  43  
  44  Vagrant
  45  =======
  46  phpWebSite can now be run in a Vagrant Box!
  47  
  48  1. Install VirtualBox and Vagrant as per instructions for your platform
  49  2. Create a new Vagrant Box called 'centos64' from the URL
  50     http://puppet-vagrant-boxes.puppetlabs.com/centos-64-x64-vbox4210.box
  51     on Linux or Mac, this is done like so:
  52     ```vagrant box add centos64 http://puppet-vagrant-boxes.puppetlabs.com/centos-64-x64-vbox4210.box```
  53  3. ```vagrant up```!

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