This version continues the development of the 1. The development team has once again contributed many hundreds of hours of their time to create, enhance and rationalize the features and systems of this version. We are confident that as we push this release out the door that all the work that has been done during the development and beta processes will make CMSMS 1. This version of the software has gone through an extensive beta process that resulted in 4 beta releases, lasting about two months. The various beta releases have been downloaded well over one thousand times by members of our community, which represents a great deal more hours of testing and contributions by our valued user community.
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The final tab contains settings controlling how the Smarty template engine will behave when processing and caching templates. General Settings Site Name The site name is a friendly name for your website.
It can be name of the company, store, club, or organization that this website represents, or the purpose of the website. Default language for the frontend This option allows selecting a language that will be used for displaying strings from modules, and for assisting in formatting numbers and dates to your website visitors. The options available to you in this list depend on the additional language packs that were installed. When a language is selected from this list, CMSMS will use this setting to determine what language files to load when a module needs to display some strings.
Additionally, the language setting is used to attempt to set the locale for formatting of numbers, dates and times. This is functionality that can best be provided by third party addon modules. Global Metadata This section allows specifying metadata and even Smarty tags that are global for the entire system.
Default Administration Theme for the login page and new user accounts This option lists the installed and available administration themes and allows you to specify one to be used to display the administration login screen, and as a default for new user accounts. Adjusting this option will have no effect on existing user accounts. Adjusting this option has no effect on existing administration user accounts. Thumbnail Width and Thumbnail Height The FileManager module, and the image manager are both capable of generating thumbnail images from uploaded image files.
These options allow specifying the maximum size in pixels of these images. When the core generates thumbnail images it attempts to retain the aspect ratio of the original image. Therefore the thumbnail image may not conform exactly to the values specified in these options.
Though some modules may use these preferences when generating thumbnails it is entirely possible that they use their own settings. Search module Select the module that should be used to index words for searching, and will provide the site search capabilities. Help for the default Search module can be found under Extensions. Content Editing Settings These options specify the behavior of the content edit form when adding or editing a content page in the Content Manager. This can aide in search engine optimization, but is only valid if Pretty URLs are enabled.
With this setting enabled, the existing URL of a content page will not be adjusted when the page is edited. Content Types that are NOT allowed This option allows you to select content types that should not appear in the content type dropdown of the add or edit content forms. Basic Properties: This option allows you to select properties of the content page that should appear on the "Main" tab of the add or editcontent form.
These options may allow users with limited content editing privileges to edit some of the fields that normally only an advanced editor with full access to all content would be able to edit. A blank value in this field indicates that the list of images for this field will be pulled from the uploads directory itself.
Path for thumbnail field: This field allows specifying a path relative to the uploads directory that can be read to build a list of images for use in the "thumbnail" field of each content page.
Note: a parameter to the tag allows overriding this value. Maintenance Mode These settings allow disabling the website for most site visitors. You may want to disable the website when performing backups, upgrades or making dramatic changes to the website. Is the website "Down for Maintenance" This option toggles the active or disabled state of the website. If "Yes" is selected, the site down message will be displayed to all visitors of the website unless some additional settings specify differently.
You must click submit for this preference to take effect. Exclude users logged in to the CMSMS admin console This option allows users who are currently logged into the admin console to the view the website as if it were live. Exclude these Addresses from Site Down Messages: This option allows specifying a list of IP addresses or netmasks for users that should see the live website. Addresses can be specified in the following formats: 1.
Please use the information provided by your host to adjust the settings. If you still cannot get the test message to send properly, you may have to contact your host for assistance.
The "mail" option should work on most shared hosts, however it almost certainly will not work on most self hosted windows installations. The "sendmail" option should work on most properly configured self hosted Linux servers. However it may not work on shared hosts.
This cannot just be any email address. Specifying a personal email address from a different domain is known as " relaying " and will most probably result in emails not being sent, or not being accepted by the recipient email server. A typical good example for this field is noreply mydomain. This name can be anything but should reasonably correspond to the email address.
You may need to contact your host for the proper value. In most cases this value is 25, though you may need to contact your host for the proper value. A typical value for this setting is Note: If you need a longer value here it probably indicates an underlying DNS, routing or firewall problem, and you may need to contact your host. You then must specify at a minimum a username, and password.
Your host should indicate whether SMTP authentication is required, and if so provide you with a username and password, and optionally an encryption method. Your host should provide this information if SMTP authentication is required. Sendmail Path If using the "sendmail" mailer method, you must specify the complete path to the sendmail binary program. This option is typically not used on windows hosts. Note: If using this option your host must allow the popen and pclose PHP functions which are often disabled on shared hosts.
Advanced Setup The options in this section allow some tuning of the performance and behaviour of your website. It is important to adjust these settings when a site goes live. Allow Browser to Cache Pages: When enabled, and a site visitor browses to a "cachable" page CMSMS will send headers that indicate that the content on this page does not change frequently, and can be cached on the browser.
CMSMS never allows the browser to cache POST requests, therefore it is usually possible to enable browser caching, and caching on pages even if there are forms on those pages. You can find more information about how CMSMS handles caching on this page Your users can always "reload" the page to get the latest version even if the browser has cached it. Browser Cache Expiry Period minutes : This field allows specifying how long in minutes the browser should cache the page for.
It is wise to extend this period on pages that do not change often, and on busy websites. Remove cache files that are older than the specified number of days: This option is used to specify how often in days CMSMS should clean up its internally generated files.
When enabled, CMSMS will use the internal pseudocron mechanism to once each day, delete files older than the specified number of days. It is important to configure this option to a reasonable value usually something like 7 is sufficient so that CMSMS has a chance to regenerate its cache files and to prevent disk space being used up by temporary files generated by some modules.
File Creation Mask umask : This section allows adjusting and testing the umask that is used to determine the permissions of newly created files and directories. It is critical that the process that executes PHP scripts is able to create files and directories, and then to read and write to those files and directories. CMS Made Simple needs this capability to compile Smarty templates, upload images, generate thumbnails and a number of other functions.
This should grant permissions of on directories that the PHP script generates, and on files that the PHP script generates. Allow users to view notifications This option will enable notifications being shown at the top of the page in each Admin request.
This is useful for important notifications about the system that may require user action. It is possible for each Admin user to turn off notifications in their preferences. Lock timeout Enter a default value in minutes for locks to timeout. This is used if a piece of functionality does not provide a custom lock timeout value. A setting of One hour is usually sufficient for sites that receive reasonable amounts of traffic.
Lifetime of Log Entries This setting indicates the maximum length of time that admin log entries should be retained for. It is important to set this value to a reasonable number that allows a reasonable review of the history of activity on the website but does not allow the database to grow to abnormal size.
A value of two weeks is usually sufficient for most sites. Allow periodic checks for new versions If enabled, the system will perform a daily check for a new release of CMSMS Smarty Settings This tab contains settings that allow tuning of the compiling and caching settings of Smarty. Enabling Smarty caching can have serious performance benefits to your website, and therefore you should try to enable Smarty caching wherever possible. Enable Smarty Caching When enabled, the output from various plugins will be cached to increase performance.
Additionally, most portions of compiled templates will be cached. This only applies to output on content pages marked as cachable, and only for non-Admin users. Note, this functionality may interfere with the behaviour of some modules or plugins, or plugins that use non-inline forms.
Additionally, content blocks are never cached. Do a Compilation Check If disabled, Smarty will not check the modification dates of templates to see if they have been modified.
This can significantly improve performance. However performing any template change or even some content changes may require a cache clearing.
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The final tab contains settings controlling how the Smarty template engine will behave when processing and caching templates. General Settings Site Name The site name is a friendly name for your website. It can be name of the company, store, club, or organization that this website represents, or the purpose of the website. Default language for the frontend This option allows selecting a language that will be used for displaying strings from modules, and for assisting in formatting numbers and dates to your website visitors. The options available to you in this list depend on the additional language packs that were installed.