This topic consists of articles that describe the project development cycle, milestones and future plans for the I-Metrics CMS.
We will try to keep this page up to date synchronized with the current activities and releases of the I-Metrics CMS.
This topic briefly explains the basic use of the plugins system. To write new plugins you need some programming skill with PHP and at least basic command of the following:
This article demonstrates how to use the database support functions to create and manage database tables for plugins. The extension system utilizes the core functions of the I-Metrics CMS and passes control to a plugin to backup or restore necessary plugin database entries.
This section outlines the common stylesheet properties used by the I-Metrics CMS. The Stylesheet structure starting from version 1.10 uses common tag names for the following reasons:
In almost every case you would want to setup your own template for your website. The way I-Metrics CMS processes template themes is what this topic explains. Associated files on the front end that need to change during template integration are explained below.
To further simplify the core of the I-Metrics CMS one of our objectives is to move parts of the existing functionality into the Plugins. Certain features for example the comments currently bind to the text pages can become optional.
When text editing pages from the administration end the paths inserted using the build-in word-processor for images and links are likely to be relative to the server. So if your server is located at http://www.example.com and your administrator is at http://www.example.
The shortest path between nodes described here uses the depth search principle but with alterations to improve search performance. Using the straight algorithms for recursive searches involves considerable amounts of resources and time with large scale nodes networks.
Following the theory on the shortest path among nodes and in order to demonstrate the nodes class capabilities, we created a nodes diagram with 20 nodes connected.