Thanks for using cb-Blog!
Author: chris_blues <firstname.lastname@example.org>
At this time, it supports the following languages:
This software is released under the GPL(3)-License. For details, see LICENSE.txt.
Upload the complete folder
- Extract the zip.
- Edit the file "phpinclude/dbconnect.php" with the credentials provided by your web-host!
- Link the blog.
- First, you should link the blog's CSS-files in the head-section of your HTML. Put in the line between the <head> - tags; like this:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="blog/blog.css" type="text/css">
- You can include the blog itself in different ways, depending on how you actually built your website. On my site, it's currently done via a php script. Since the blog is made to be included into existing php, you can easily add it in php via:
<?php include("blog/blog.php"); ?>
I've created a simple example for an "index.php". There you can see, how it is done. I've commented the important lines. Make sure you pass along a $lang:
$lang=english;(see my index.php).
- I recommend, that you link the jQuery library. It adds some nice visual effects to the comments.
Include the following line in your HTML's head-section:
blog to your website.
Make sure that the directory
blog/admin is protected with a password!!!! This is usually done with a
.htaccess and a corresponding
.htpasswd file. On some hosts this is done on the admin-interface of the server.
Open the blog in a browser. Goto the following adress:
https://yourdomain.com/blog/admin(I strongly advise to use https!) Now the MySQL-tables should be created automatically.
Now you should be good to go! Happy blogging!
Edit the .css-files in the folder
blog to your liking!
If you should have problems or some info is missing here - contact me with the email-address provided above!
- Fixed a bug with htmlspecialchars() in the editor
- Offtopic comments can now be hidden with adding a
<span class="offtopic"> to the offending text
- Added numbers <= 12 as words
- various minor bugfixes
- first functioning release