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  razorCMS User Guide (V3.X.X) razorCMS User Guide(V3.X.X) Author Role Handle Paul Smith Author smiffy6969, razorcmsRevision Changes Date1.0 Initial creation on Google Docs 03/2014 Page 1 of 13  razorCMS User Guide (V3.X.X)  Contents ContentsrazorCMS User ManualPrefaceIntroductionWhat is razorCMSThe backgroundRequirementsGetting razorCMSConfiguring your installationUploading your installationCompleting the installationUsing razorCMSFirst look at your websiteTrouble ShootingQ. Can’t find my images on the server Q. How do i backup my siteQ. How do i use the editor Q. How do i add a new user Q. How do i change my themeQ. Can’t see my content after changing themesClosing NotesDon’t like razorCMSFeedback and helping outSigning off    Page 2 of 13  razorCMS User Guide (V3.X.X) razorCMS User Manual Preface Thank you for choosing to use razorCMS, the file based content management system (FBCMS) for apache servers.razorCMS is offered for free under the GPLV3 licence, this can be found here http://gplv3.fsf.org/You are free to download, change, fork, anything you like really, with only one stipulation…… Do not pass our work off as your own, if you fork, or you change, please leave comments in place where comments are. Please give credit where it is due, this is free and will not cost you anything, if you do not donate to the project, at least offer praise where it is due. I reserve the right to take whatever action I deem necessary to protect the name and the ownership of razorCMS. Whilst the system has been designed for use on Linux servers running apache, the system should be compatible with other operating systems running apache. If you decide to use this system on anything other than apache or Linux, and you experience issues with functionality, please direct all your feedback to the official forum at www.razorcms.com. Whilst I try to test this software in as many environments as possible, I only offer support to this setup. Disclaimer   : This software is offered with no guarantees as to the suitability, durability or security for your given application. By using this software you agree to these conditions and waive the right to pursue any requests for recompense, due to problems resulting from this software. By using this software, you agree to these terms. Page 3 of 13  razorCMS User Guide (V3.X.X)  Introduction What is razorCMS razorCMS is a free, open source, content management system written primarily in PHP (to satisfy the current need for server parsed systems), but designed to be managed and extended using AngularJS. It is used to help manage the task of setting up and running a website without the need for extensive knowledge of website design. It has a file based structure meaning for storage, meaning that it does not require a database in order to function. Any content is stored in a custom set of text based files using razorDB (bundled with the project). The background razorCMS began as a databaseless flat file content management system, forked from a project called uCMS. It's structure allowed you to have just the amount of functionality you needed in a flat file CMS solution, adding extensions (blade packs) for further functionality, whilst allowing setup on simple servers with no database.Starting with a core system install, razorCMS gave you base functionality required to run a website, add the extra functionality as you needed it via the blade pack management system. Everything from WYSIWYG editors to SEF URL was added as extra functionality.razorCMS V3 and up is a ground up re-write of the entire system completely from scratch. The system has been written in PHP for satisfying net parsers, bots, SEO and search engines, together with the power of  AngularJS for the administration of the site and site extensions. Requirements In order to run razorCMS you will first require access to a web host, this is a server that faces the internet so your users can visit your site. There are many ways to go about obtaining a host to build your site on, they include paid for hosting, free hosting which is generally in the form of a shared server host or installed on a dedicated server set up by yourself (very tricky unless you know what your doing).In order for razorCMS to function it requires a server set up with apache and PHP version 4 or above, this may be on a server running most commercial server OS’s although Linux is recommended (UNIX like).In order to install razorCMS you will require file write access to your hosting environment via FTP method or by using a file manager within your hosts control panel. This is required in order to copy the system files onto your host. If using a web host..   Page 4 of 13
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