Written in PHP and uses MySql database
It is installed in a very simple way and use. Consists of: FontrEnd, BackEnd (admin panel), Plugins & Template
Written in PHP and uses multi JSON database
United CMS is File Flat Content Management System which facilitated the creation of web pages.
Some of our Energy & United CMS components
Energy CMS - Back End
Back End serves to control the site. serves to control the site. It was made as a MVC (Model, View, Controller). Very easy to program and use
File Flat Database - United CMS
The File Flat database is based on "JSON". Data is stored there in a defined form
Settings United CMS
Settings allows you to change names: Title, Slogan, Footer
FRONT Energy CMS
In our case, Front consists of only one page index.php and you can always add pages. Front is made as a whole that includes site setup template plugins and writing
Run United CMS
In your browser enter the following url address: http://localhost/united_cms It will open page index.php page will, where you should login, or you can go to the REGISTRED page where you will register, then return to the index.php page where you will login
MENU - Energy CMS
Munu serves to control the top menu on the frontend sides. Menu is used to for add menus, submenus. Page is automatically added to the menu when you create a page in the page menu.
The installation is done as follows, insert the Energy CMS into the web feeder and open the web browser http: // localhost / energy _cms / instal / indes.php and with a few clicks you have installed. You first need to create a database in PHPMyAdmin and tables will be created there automatically. In a single installation, you need to create a user - admin and site setting.
You must first download and install an XAMP, WAMP, or LAMP server with a Mysql database on your computer. After installing the server, download energycms.zip from the server, unpack it in the folder: XAMP - HTTP, WAMP - WWW as in Figure 1. Once you have installed the "xampp" server or "wamp", download the UNITED CMS and move it to the "htdocs" or "www" directory.