Admin Plugin Documentation
The following documentation outlines how to install and use the Baun Admin Plugin.
bauncms/baun-admin to your
composer.json or run:
composer require bauncms/baun-admin
Add this line to your
Publish the required config files and assets by running:
php baun publish:config bauncms/baun-admin php baun publish:assets bauncms/baun-admin
The generated config file will be available at
Once the plugin is installed navigate to
http://www.yoursite.com/admin (where www.yoursite.com is
the URL of your site) to use the admin backend.
The first time you run the plugin you will be presented with a form to create an initial admin user. Run through the process and copy the generated user into the generated config file. You will also have receieved a license key in your receipt email, this must also be copied to the generated config file to use the plugin.
Using the Admin plugin is very similar to any other CMS backend. First you will be presented with a login screen:
Once you are logged in you will see a list of pages (and posts if you have a blog). This is a representation of your
/content folder. If you don't have any content yet then you can create some.
By default the "simple" editor will be enabled. This allows you to create and edit content in a familiar fashion using simple text inputs and a WYSIWYG editor (with a preview).
If you prefer something a bit more "raw" you can enable the "advanced" editor by changing the setting in the plugin config file. In "advanced" mode editing is done as if you were editing the file on your own computed using a text editor. You enter meta information about the page in the header and the actual page content in the content box.
You can't create subfolders directly using the admin editor however you can create pages within subfolders, and the subfolder will automatically be created for you.
Having trouble and need some help? You can get in touch with our Baun support team at email@example.com.