- Grav Content
- Grav - Pages
- Grav - Markdown Syntax
- Grav - Page Linking
- Grav - Image Linking
- Grav - Media
- Grav - Modular Pages
- Grav - Multi Language
- Grav Themes
- Grav - Themes Basics
- Grav - Theme Tutorial
- Grav - Twig Filters & Functions
- Grav - Theme Variables
- Grav - Asset Manager
- Grav - Theme Customization
- Grav Administration Panel
- Grav - Admin Introduction
- Grav - Admin Dashboard
- Grav - Configuration System
- Grav - Configuration Site
- Grav - Administration Panel Pages
- Grav - Page Editor Options
- Grav - Page Editor Advanced
- Grav Advanced
- Grav - Blueprints
- Grav - Performance & Caching
- Grav - Debugging & Logging
- Grav - CLI
- Grav - GPM
- Grav - Development
- Grav - Lifecycle
- Grav - YAML Syntax
- Grav - Forms
- Grav Hosting
- Grav - Web Hostings
- Grav Useful Resources
- Grav - Interview Questions
- Grav - Quick Guide
- Grav - Useful Resources
- Grav - Discussion
- Selected Reading
- UPSC IAS Exams Notes
- Developer's Best Practices
- Questions and Answers
- Effective Resume Writing
- HR Interview Questions
- Computer Glossary
- Who is Who
Grav - Development
You can build Grav with different types of Development such as Grav Core, Grav Plugins, Grav Skeleton and Grav Themes.
Grav is a modern CMS in which writing content is simple and building pages is more friendly and intuitive. The Grav core specially talks about the system folder which controls everything about Grav and represents the qualities of Grav workflow and life cycle. It focuses mainly on pages which can be written in good manner. It focuses on your content and turns your content into navigable site.
Plugin is a piece of software that provides enhanced functionality which was not originally completed by Grav's core functionality. There are many plugins available on the Grav repository which shows functionality on the site.
Consider the following points relating to Grav plugins −
Grav itself is super-lean which adds only needed plugins for your site.
There is no need to wait for adding extra functionality that you want. To achieve this, just create a plugin to extend Grav.
Plugins are so flexible and powerful which display site map, blog archives, search engine, provides breadcrumbs etc.
The Grav skeleton describes a sample site which contains Grav Core, plugins, pages, theme all together. The initial idea behind Grav was to build site very easily. All that is needed to develop a site is placed in a user folder. The skeleton of Grav comes with various dependencies such as plugins, theme, etc. and stored in a package which can be unzipped.
Grav supports different types of themes ehich form an integral part of a Grav site. When you install Grav on your system, it comes with Antimatter theme. Most of the themes come with skeleton package or with sample pages. You can see the sample pages under the user/pages folder which provides similar experience as the skeleton package.
The installed theme requires appropriate twig templates for your pages. A theme is combination of theme and content which is equal to the entire site design. You can create your own twig templating engine according to your design.
Theme/Plugin Release Process
You can notice some of the points for your created theme or plugin which is added in the Grav repository.
It is an open source which is licensed by MIT.
It has the README.md file which specifies installation process and configuration of the project.
It contains blueprints.yaml file which includes information about resource and can be found at the root of each plugin and theme.
Contains CHANGELOG.md file which includes version of the theme or plugin and displays the information whenever changes made to the file.
Creating releases are better ways to place your completed theme or plugin on the GitHub. If there is no release, then you won't find your plugin or theme.
Add the details about your plugin or theme and do a test to ensure its working functionality.
The changelog format is written in the Markdown syntax which keeps the content and visual display separate. It uses simple CSS which is displayed in the following format.
# vX.Y.Z ## 01/01/2015 1. (#new) * New features added * Another new feature 2. (#improved) * Improvement made * Another improvement 3. (#bugfix) * Bugfix implemented * Another bugfix ...repeat...
GitHub is a largest open community which shares your projects with the users, get feedback and contribute to the repositories hosted on GitHub.
Clone the URL of external repository into single project folder on your local system. You can clone the external Git repository to new repository as shown in the steps below.
Open the command line and create folder called "my_project".
$ mkdir my_project $ cd my_project $ mkdir Grav $ cd Grav $ git clone https://github.com/getGrav/Grav.git $ git clone https://github.com/Grav_project/Grav-plugin-error.git $ git clone https://github.com/ Grav_project /Grav-plugin-problems.git $ git clone https://github.com/ Grav_project /Grav-theme-antimatter.git
Here Grav_project is a repository where you will get all the files and folders related to this repository will be saved in the /my_project/Grav folder. Grav includes dependencies such as error plugin, problems plugin and Antimatter theme.
You can setup the test site for Grav by using the bin/Grav new-project command. We need to develop the cloned code from the web root. So we have to symbolically link the related parts using -s flag to the bin/Grav new-project command.
Create one configuration file in a new folder called .Grav/ to find the repository by using the command and you need to create this under the root directory.
$ cd $ mkdir .Grav $ vi .Grav/config
Navigate to your Grav folder and setup the symbolically linked site using -s flag.
$ cd ~/Projects/Grav/Grav $ bin/Grav my-project -s ~/www/Grav
Here, www is a root folder and Grav is the location where you're going to create the test site.