Web cms

This tree allows the creation and managment of one or more websites for different languages and areas.

There are four areas:

To make a new website you must first create a domain, and maybe upload some media file from the same module, logo, pictures, javascript, style, etc.

Once you have created a domain you have to set the html blocks that compose each page. A block can be nested inside another block, so for instance the first block will be html, the second will be head (with html as parent) and third body (with html as parent). Then maybe a main page div (body's nested) and some other nested divs of page div, who is part of body who is part of html.

Once you have defined all the blocks that compose a page, you should order them with the right power so that they will be printed out in a sequential power order.

When you are ready with domain name and blocks schema, you can add the main areas and begin to fill the contents.

The logic behind the content module is that the system will output the first matching content for the supplied variables, which are:

So for instance if your url is:



This module defines the web domain names.

The name must in the same form you want to reach your website, without preceding protocol, i.e. www.tibula.net (not http://www.tibula.net).

You can add some free note text to the edit mask of the domain and you can manage all the media files trought the Files link.

The first domain of each tibula uses a /media/ default directory, so if you want to relative reference a file you should use this relative url: /media/fileName.Xtn



This module defines the html blocks, you can set the sequential power ordered position of the block on the page and the opening and closing tags for the content.

The content will be printed between the open and close tag.

You can search it for name, parent or domain.

The edit mask is so made:


An area is group of pages about the same argument, for instance www.tibula.net has a documentation area with all the pages related to the documentation, a shopping area, an intranet area...

An area must be related to a web domain.



Once domain, blocks and areas are defined here you can manage the contents.

You can search for name, domain, area, block and language.

The edit mask is so made: