paradoxonellc

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After install (with out of box configuration)

Fatal error: Uncaught exception ‘UnexpectedValueException’ with message ‘RecursiveDirectoryIterator::construct(/var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/content/posts/introducing jade.md): failed to open dir: Not a directory’ in /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/models/PageFinder.php:70 Stack trace: #0 [internal function]: RecursiveDirectoryIterator->construct(’/var/www/vhosts…’, 0) #1 /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/models/PageFinder.php(70): RecursiveDirectoryIterator->getChildren() #2 /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/views/blog/home.php(27): PageFinder::getDirectoryTree(‘posts’) #3 /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/framework/src/Jade/ViewContext.php(33): include(’/var/www/vhosts…’) #4 /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/Routes.php(26): Jade\ViewContext->render() #5 /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/framework/src/Jad in /var/www/vhosts/welshchocolatefountains.co.uk/httpdocs/jade/app/models/PageFinder.php on line 70

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Vika,

The script is now working. It turns out it was a peculiar issue with PHP’s RecursiveDirectoryIterator function. It has been removed and replaced with a new (just written) method, and is working perfectly!

Thank you for your amazing cooperation and patience. Is there anything else that you may need help with?

Also, would you mind if we listed you on our Jade blog ( https://www.paradoxone.com/jade )?

Hi, thanks very much for the quick fix ! :) Sure go for it !

We have submitted Jade CMS for PHP Version 1.1.0 and are awaiting approval. For more information, please view our blog article about the issue we encountered http://paradoxone.com/jade/?page=posts/jade-update-version-1.1.

For general news about Jade CMS for PHP, and our other ideas, please view our blog at https://www.paradoxone.com/jade/.

Does it support multiple languages?

Hello amzee,

There is no back-end (admin panel) to this system – and thus, does not require translating a back-end. It works entirely off the file system. The template’s language would have to be manually changed (same for page/article content).

If you wanted to provide the same site in multiple languages, you could use multiple folders, or any PHP translating library/system that you could find here on CodeCanyon.

I’ll add multi-language support to the suggestion list, and investigate ways to make it work with a flat-file system, though.

1ST Class

Does this allow you to show categories, recent posts, etc in a sidebar? I have been searching for a simple flat file solution for some time, but I have yet to find one that allows you to show a category list and/or recent posts in a sidebar format. All the ones that do have way too many useless features (for me at least) that I don’t want to bother with them.

Hello morrow95,

We just submitted the new version for approval. You can look at the new updates here to see if they’d suite your needs – it’s still flat-file based.

Looks good. I also wanted to ask… is this a one-time purchase or will you be charging for upgrades down the road? In other words, if I buy today will I always be able to download the latest version without paying again?

All our customers receive free updates for the lifetime of the product(s) they have purchased at no charge, whether its bug fixes or entirely new features.

We also listen to user feedback and suggestions. If we like an idea, or if its requested enough, we will add it to the task list for future updates.

When we have a new update for a marketplace item, we replace the downloads on the marketplace with the new item. We will also post a description of the update at the top of the item’s description, and you can find a history of changes at the bottom of the item’s description.

CodeCanyon can take anywhere from 24 hours to 5 days to process updates. Our customers can contact us through our profile page, provide their purchase code and email. After doing this, we will send the updated files to their inbox within 24 hours (unless the update has been approved in that time).

Also, our our version numbering system is ‘X.Y.Z’ where X is the major release, Y is the minor release and Z is the development build (this will usually be 0 when it hits the marketplace). Any changes in Y will not break existing code or themes. Changes in X are almost guaranteed to break existing code or themes.

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!

Would love to purchase this but with out a demo of the Admin, it is hard to justify!

Hello GeoChester, thank you for your interest!

Jade CMS for PHP is a flat-file based system. There is no Admin interface or database system. All the content is pulled from the file system. The folders create the site’s structure, and the files in the folders become the individual pages (using Markdown).

To edit the files (content), instead of using an Admin interface, you can use any FTP program you like, any text editor you enjoy using, or if your host supports cPanel (or similar software) it’s just as easy with the integrated editors.

Here is an example of what a page looks like:

@header
title:Introducing Jade CMS for PHP
desc:Introducing Jade CMS for PHP a simple, no-fuss, PHP content management system
author:Paradox One LLC
categories|a:Jade CMS for PHP
@header-end

### Why?

Why build (yet) another PHP content management platform? Surely there is enough already?! True, there is a lot of PHP based content management systems/platforms/frameworks (whatever word you like to use) - and most of them are great. However, for most simple web sites, these systems are just over-kill. When you need to create a simple webste fast, and don't need a lot of moving parts, that's where Jade CMS for PHP steps in.

Before I buy, how would I implement this blog into a webpage? Is it easy? Is there a php code I have to copy and paste in my webpage?

Also, the disqus comment system, would i be able to remove the ads? Thanks

Also, does it come with the comment system?

The top banner and navigation are there simply for the demo and can easily be removed (the system does not depend on them being there). All you would have to do is modify the included theme.

The comment system is a third-party solution, located at http://disqus.com/. However, Jade CMS for PHP does come with options to easily integrate the the Disqus comment system, and is explained in the provided documentation.

hi there are url rewriting ?

It would involve a little bit of work, but just follow each step in this tutorial: https://www.paradoxone.com/jade/?page=posts/apache-url-rewriting and you will be good to go! Of course, the tutorial assumes you are using Apache and the mod_rewrite extension.

hi there,
it is really great script. But how I can see backend admin demo? And does it allow to add additional static page (may be html or php static page or whatever..)?
Often my clients asks for admin panel where they can add pages, custom html inside pages/posts, images, contact forms, edit contents of static pages, post updates, edit menus & logo and such. Does it will work for those purposes? or some functions are still not available or will be available?

Also, is it possible to add a link back to my site or to add my service logo inside the admin panel (I am not saying about footer copyright links nor about the client’s website logo..).
And, is it possible to add link back to my site on the website footer (beside of copyright link/text) which client can not edit by himself?

Hello abodbd, thank you for your interest in the script. There is no admin panel for this script. All the content is managed by placing images and pages in a folder (named content).

The system loads the pages from the file system and uses the folder names and page name as the URL. So all assets and pages are stored on the file system (not in a database).

The system uses the Markdown syntax and pages are saved with the ’.md’ extension. The page name becomes part of the URI. A file named ‘introducing-jade.md’ in the content folder can be accessed by going to ‘www.yoursite.com/introducing-jade’. If it was in a folder names ‘posts’ the URI becomes ‘www.yoursite.com/posts/introducing-jade’.

The title, description, and categories of the page are stored in a header section of the file. In fact, our sample post titled ‘Introducing Jade CMS for PHP’ looks like this:

@header
title:Introducing Jade CMS for PHP
desc:Introducing Jade CMS for PHP a simple, no-fuss, PHP content management system
author:Paradox One LLC
categories|a:Jade CMS for PHP
@header-end

### Why?

Why build (yet) another PHP content management platform? Surely there is enough already?! True, there is a lot of PHP based content management systems/platforms/frameworks (whatever word you like to use) - and most of them are great. However, for most simple web sites, these systems are just over-kill. When you need to create a simple webste fast, and don't need a lot of moving parts, that's where Jade CMS for PHP steps in.

I really hope this helps. In the future we may release a new version that does have an admin panel for our flat-file system. Currently, you or your clients will just need to upload the files via FTP or another server management software such as cPanel. Flat file CMS systems, such as Jade, lend themselves well to environments where WebDAV is available.

oh.. this mean, there is no blog function… okay…

Ok my situation is this. My Laravel Social Network site needs a BLOG capability.

I was thinking about installing this in sub dir like site.com/This_CMS/ but I was wondering is it possible to somehow have it accessible if user is LOGGED into the main network? I ask this because you’re not using a database and so what’s the solution to this issue? Will users have to login every time if that are already logged in?

Thanks.

hello, compatible php 5.6 ? thank you

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