#CMS Made Simple Configuration File #Please clear the cache (Site Admin->Global Settings in the admin panel) #after making any changes to path or url related options #----------------- #Behaviour Settings #----------------- # These settings will effect the overall behaviour of the CMS application, please # use extreme caution when editing these. Additionally, some settings may have # no effect on servers with significantly restricted configurability. # Warning: This option is deprecated and will be removed in later versions oF CMSMS. # If you are experiencing problems with php memory limit errors, then you may # want to try enabling and/or adjusting this setting. # Note: Your server may not allow the application to override memory limits. $config['php_memory_limit'] = ''; # In versions of CMS Made Simple prior to version 1.4, the page template was processed # in it's entirety. This behaviour was later changed to process the head portion of the # page template after the body. If you are working with a highly configured site that # relies significantly on the old order of smarty processing, you may want to try # setting this parameter to true. $config['process_whole_template'] = true; # CMSMS Debug Mode? Turn it on to get a better error when you # see {nocache} errors, or to allow seeing php notices, warnings, and errors in the html output. # This setting will also disable browser css caching. $config['debug'] = false; # Output compression? # Turn this on to allow CMS to do output compression # this is not needed for apache servers that have mod_deflate enabled # and possibly other servers. But may provide significant performance # increases on some sites. Use caution when using this as there have # been reports of incompatibilities with some browsers. $config['output_compression'] = false; # Timezone setting # PHP 5.3 requires that timezones be set at the server level. # This variable can be used to set your sites timezone. # Valid values for this variable can be found at: # http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php # If this field is empty, no timezone will be set $config['timezone'] = 'Australia/Melbourne'; #----------------- #Database Settings #----------------- #This is your database connection information. Name of the server, #username, password and a database with proper permissions should #all be setup before CMS Made Simple is installed. $config['dbms'] = 'mysql'; $config['db_hostname'] = 'localhost'; $config['db_username'] = 'xxxxxxxx_cmsuser'; $config['db_password'] = 'xxxxxx'; $config['db_name'] = 'xxxxxxx_cms'; #Change this param only if you know what you are doing $config["db_port"] = ''; #If app needs to coexist with other tables in the same db, #put a prefix here. e.g. "cms_" $config['db_prefix'] = 'cms_'; #Use persistent connections? They're generally faster, but not all hosts #allow them. $config['persistent_db_conn'] = false; #Use ADODB Lite? This should be true in almost all cases. Note, slight #tweaks might have to be made to date handling in a "regular" adodb #install before it can be used. $config['use_adodb_lite'] = true; #------------- #Path Settings #------------- #Document root as seen from the webserver. No slash at the end #If page is requested with https use https as root url #e.g. http://blah.com $config['root_url'] = 'http://www.xxxx.com.au'; #SSL URL. This is used for pages that are marked as secure. $config['ssl_url'] = 'https://www.xxxx.com.au'; #Path to document root. This should be the directory this file is in. #e.g. /var/www/localhost $config['root_path'] = '/home/xxxx/public_html'; #Name of the admin directory $config['admin_dir'] = 'admin'; #Where do previews get stored temporarily? It defaults to tmp/cache. $config['previews_path'] = '/home/xxxx/public_html/tmp/cache'; #Where are uploaded files put? This defaults to uploads. $config['uploads_path'] = '/home/xxxx/public_html/uploads'; #Where is the url to this uploads directory? $config['uploads_url'] = $config['root_url'] . '/uploads'; #--------------- #Upload Settings #--------------- #Maxium upload size (in bytes)? $config['max_upload_size'] = 20000000; #Permissions for uploaded files. This only really needs changing if your #host has a weird permissions scheme. $config['default_upload_permission'] = '664'; #------------------ #Usability Settings #------------------ #Allow smarty {php} tags? These could be dangerous if you don't trust your users. $config['use_smarty_php_tags'] = false; #Automatically assign alias based on page title? $config['auto_alias_content'] = true; #------------ #URL Settings #------------ #What type of URL rewriting should we be using for pretty URLs? Valid options are: #'none', 'internal', and 'mod_rewrite'. 'internal' will not work with IIS some CGI #configurations. 'mod_rewrite' requires proper apache configuration, a valid #.htaccess file and most likely {metadata} in your page templates. For more #information, see: #http://wiki.cmsmadesimple.org/index.php/FAQ/Installation/Pretty_URLs#Pretty_URL.27s $config['url_rewriting'] = 'none'; #Extension to use if you're using mod_rewrite for pretty URLs. $config['page_extension'] = ''; #If using none of the above options, what should we be using for the query string #variable? (ex. http://www.mysite.com/index.php?page=somecontent) $config['query_var'] = 'page'; #-------------- #Image Settings #-------------- #Which program should be used for handling thumbnails in the image manager. #See http://wiki.cmsmadesimple.org/index.php ... ge_Manager for more #info on what this all means $config['image_manipulation_prog'] = 'GD'; $config['image_transform_lib_path'] = '/usr/bin/ImageMagick/'; #Default path and URL for uploaded images in the image manager $config['image_uploads_path'] = '/home/xxxx/public_html/uploads/images'; $config['image_uploads_url'] = $config['root_url'] . '/uploads/images'; #SSL URL. This is used for pages that are marked as secure. $config['ssl_uploads_url'] = '/uploads'; #------------------------ #Locale/Encoding Settings #------------------------ #Locale to use for various default date handling functions, etc. Leaving #this blank will use the server's default. This might not be good if the #site is hosted in a different country than it's intended audience. $config['locale'] = ''; #In almost all cases, default_encoding should be empty (which defaults to utf-8) #and admin_encoding should be utf-8. If you'd like this to be different, change #both. Keep in mind, however, that the admin interface translations are all in #utf-8, and will be converted on the fly to match the admin_encoding. This #could seriously slow down the admin interfaces for users. $config['default_encoding'] = 'utf-8'; $config['admin_encoding'] = 'utf-8'; #This is a mysql specific option that is generally defaulted to true. Only #disable this for backwards compatibility or the use of non utf-8 databases. $config['set_names'] = true; # URL of the Admin Panel section of the User Handbook # Set none if you want hide the link from Error $config['wiki_url'] = 'http://wiki.cmsmadesimple.org/index.php/User_Handbook/Admin_Panel'; #------------------------ #Miscelaneous Settings #------------------------ #Add performance information (in the form of an HTML comment) to the #bottom of all generated pages. Note, this may cause problems with validation #or with advanced AJAX requests where only portions of a page are requested. #This variable just needs to exist, value is irrelevant. #$config['show_performance_info'] = 'anything'; ?>/home/nzozreme/www/lib/adodb.functions.php:84 - offsetGet
/home/nzozreme/www/lib/classes/class.CmsObject.php:223 - adodb_connect
/home/nzozreme/www/include.php:156 - GetDb
/home/nzozreme/www/index.php:71 - require_once
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