Minimum one-time steps to set up your new application.
- With the website displayed in your browser, select Login in the upper left and login as Administrator. Unless you have already changed it, the default login is email@example.com / 1111111.
- Select Admin from the main menu.
- Select Setup > Website Setup
- Application Name: enter what you want to call your new custom web application, “Product Order Entry System” for example.
- Application URL: enter the full URL including http(s) to the website. Be sure to include "http(s):\\"
- Admin Password: modify this password and store the password in a safe place. The only place this password is used is to remotely toggle your web application ON / OFF. This is not the same as your admin login password.
- Save the Setup form.
- Select Manage Users > User List.
- Find the records for firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. These are temporary example login values and it is imperative you modify them on a public-accessible system. Either delete those entries or modify their passwords by selecting the Security hyperlink.
- Make note of the various images in the Images folder. Replace these with your own project graphics as necessary. You can delete unused graphics in the images folder that are delivered with the Framework.
- The Image Browser is a feature of CKEditor; it allows you to select images from a dropdown list to add to your content. Unfortunately it needs a hard-coded folder designation.
- Open the file named config_alphafive.js in the ckeditor folder. Find the line: config.imageBrowser_listURL = "/framework_v4/images/images_list.json"
- To use the Image Browser, you will need to change this value to reflect YOUR project as published. Replace "framework_v4" with the name of the subfolder IF ANY for your published location. You might not have a subfolder under your document root, and in that case you would remove the folder designation altogether and it would look like this: config.imageBrowser_listURL = "/images/images_list.json".
- Although most likely suitable out-of-the-box, you should review the Email Templates and modify as needed. Email Templates are found at Setup > Email Templates.
- The HTML Editor is also called CKEditor in this document. You may want to alter its default configuration (meaning the specific editing icons, size, etc.). Please see the section on CKEditor.