CMS Made Simple is a popular and high performance content management system to manage your websites or blogs. CMS Made Simple provides beautiful and easy to use admin section for theme, template, and stylesheet development. You can easily maintain and update your site quickly and easily from anywhere with a web connection. First, install Apache and MariaDB server by running the following command:. By default, the latest version of the PHP is not available in Ubuntu
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This method will provide a fully functional webshop, but without payment handling and order management. If you do need these, this tutorial will still be a good starting point for building your webshop in CMSMS. In the Admin navigation you will find a new top level button called "E-commerce". There you open the "Cart2" module. Click at the bottom of the page at the button "Set as cart module". It will install Cart2 as your cart module. The Cart2 module has a few types of templates, you will also find them in the core Design Manager.
A little explanation:. In this example I used the default Cart template supplied after installing the module. Note it can be different at later module releases! This template shows the Cart content in the FormBuilder mail. In most cases the template can be the same as the checkout one.
When the order form is sent, the cart has to be emptied. This Smarty tag will take care of that. Simply add it to the submission template. In this tutorial I added some classes. This stylesheet will give you a head start styling your webshop.
Note, the names might conflict with your existing stylesheets. Attach the stylesheet to the websites design. Click here to open the form. Hey Rolf, Mooie tutorial! Alleen ik kan niet verder want er missen een paar sjablonen klopt dat? Cart2 module In the Admin navigation you will find a new top level button called "E-commerce". Under the tab "Supplier Settings" the "Products" module needs to be selected as your supplier module.
Under the tab "Configuration" the "Cart2" module already is selected as your default cart module. Products module The Products templates are maintained in the core Design Manager.
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CMS Made Simple Tutorial
In this part of our step-by-step guide, we are going to help you get started with introducing you to the seven main menus, which you are going to work with when using this script as your content management system. First of all, you need to login into your Administration Panel. Then you will see all the seven main menus, mentioned above, not only in boxes in the middle of the screen, but also as options with drop-down menus at the left side of the screen. In the Content section, you will be able to access both the Content and File managers, as well as the News section. There, you will be able to manage the pages, files and images within your website:. Next is the Layout section, which will give you the access to the Design Manager of the script, where you can modify the feel and look of your website, according to your wishes and needs:.
How to Install CMS Made Simple on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
Templates on this site are suitable for web developers, designers and site admins that have at least basic knowledge of working with CMS Made Simple. Eeach Template has a Live Demo link which is strongly recommended to check. Live Demo will show you the Template in action along with additional information on what is available, how to use it etc. Please keep in mind that this is a general procedure. In this tutorial, we are using a generic template name 'tpl-buddy-id', where 'id' is actual number of your Template , and so on.