The base package for ArtisanCMS

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README

Installation

Currently only supporting installing with composer. Run the following command (assuming you already have Composer installed): composer global require "artisancms/installer"

Once that is installed, you will need to source your terminal window. (Close it and reopen). Then you should have access to studio in the terminal.

Create new install with studio new name where name is the project (or folder) you want ArtisanCMS installed into.

To get the latest install run studion new name --dev and the most recent versions will be pulled. Warning, things may or may not work.

If the installation fails, you can cd into directory and run studio install to finish the installation process. This should not be necessary if the install completes correctly.

Service Provider

If the installation completed, you should not need to add these manually.

Add the following to your app.php file in the providers array:

ArtisanCMS\CMS\Providers\CMSServiceProvider::class,
ArtisanCMS\AdminViews\Providers\ArtisanCMSAdminViewsServiceProvider::class,
AHuggins\Utilities\Providers\UtilityServiceProvider::class,
Lavary\Menu\ServiceProvider::class,
Cviebrock\EloquentSluggable\ServiceProvider::class,
ArtisanCMS\Blog\Providers\BlogServiceProvider::class,
GrahamCampbell\Markdown\MarkdownServiceProvider::class,

Aliases

If the installation completed, you should not need to add these manually.

Add the following to the config/app.php file in the Aliases array:

'Menu'       => Lavary\Menu\Facade::class,
'Markdown' => GrahamCampbell\Markdown\Facades\Markdown::class,

Publish Config

If the installation completed, you should not need to add these manually.

php artisan vendor:publish

Update the .env

Be sure to add your DB credentials to the .env file.

APP_URL

In the .env file, make sure you update the APP_URL to reflect the environment you are currently in. This means if you are working locally you may have something like APP_URL=http://artisancms.dev, but on production you would probably have APP_URL=http://artisancms.org.

Theme

After install completes successfully, there should be a folder themes in the root directory. Create a theme folder in here, keep the name lowercase. This is where all your theme blade files will go. Then you simply need to update the artisancms.php file in the config directory. Update the theme key with the name of your new theme. Then make sure that you have the correct files created for the add-ons you have installed.

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