So a little background.
Back in the late 1990’s I ran a software development company, and I wrote a number of CMS platforms. I now work as a paralegal and as a freelance journalist.
We have been running our news publications hosted on a variety of wordpress platforms, and given that our journalistic “output” is rather “hot” to borrow a word from a certain climate change championing teenager, we have been the subject of a number of hacking attempts, which have taken down our news platforms repeatedly.
So, having had our news sites down for 8 weeks straight (thanks to being hacked by 3 different countries in a row - thanks guys - we love the fact that you love you … really we do). I decided that I had to bite the bullet and actually go and set up a proper, secure, well designed CMS, rather than resorting to a pile of excrement.
The purpose here is to set up (reasonably quickly) a blogging platform on a decent secure platform, find a way to import the thousands of articles we have already written, publish it, and then modify the platform as we go.
So the steps to date
I have installed enonic on one of our hosted servers in Germany. The machine does not have a domain name, only an IP address.
I installed the “superhero” application (actually, I installed lots of applications to play around) … but let’s start with that one.
I duplicated the superhero application, and amended it.
I now have a project space called news-cyprus.com (yep, I know, we’re offline …)
I have a blog based on superhero in news-cyprus.com called news-cyprus.
I have changed the su password and begun setting up some new users etc.
Now I notice that superhero will continue to reinstall itself…
So a few quick questions
- What is the public url ?
- What is the easiest way of amending the templates?