Command Line Interface
- Developer Guide
Themes are an essential part of a content management system. They define the way your content is presented to the visitors of your website. Automad's flexible and intuitive template language enables also inexperienced developers or beginners to create themes and templates on their own. In case you ...
Caching is essential to speed up your site and should generally be enabled. However under some circumstances you might want to disable or clear your cache. The dashboard provides an easy way to change your cache's behavior with a few clicks.
- Developing Extensions
In case you are missing any advanced feature while developing themes using Automad's template language, you are able to implement that functionality as a generic extension written in plain PHP.
Automad is a PHP application and therefore requires a web server to run. However, the list of system requirements is rather short. You can choose between two installation options: Composer or manual download. In case all this is new for you and you just want to get started on your local Mac or ...
- User Guide
Managing pages using the dashboard is quite self-explanatory. Pages can be added by hitting the + button on the right side of the navigation bar on top. To navigate to an existing page, you can browse the site tree on the left sidebar or start typing some letters of the page title into the search ...
The pagelist contains by default all pages which are not hidden and therefore has no defined type. Changing the pagelist type to one of the following available types will update the selection of pages accordingly. The main purpose of this object is to provide an easy way of iterating over a defined ...
Some variables have reserved names and are always defined. They can be found on top of the page/shared data section in the dashboard. Reseverd variables can be used like normal page variables.
- Building Themes
Every theme needs a theme.json to work. As mentioned before, all subdirectories of the packages directory containing a theme.json side by side with at least one template are to be considered as valid themes. Please see the list below for all required fields.
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