Getting Started

1. Download last version

Last vers is downlable here :

Download only file.

2. Installation

  1. Upload on your web hosting or on your local server the file.
  2. Extract
  3. Open .env.local.php
  4. At the line DATABASE_URL replace with your data example : mysql://database_username:database_password@
  5. Save your changes
  6. Open PhpMyAdmin or your mysql provider
  7. Select your database
  8. Click on import, select the installation.sql file and valid
  9. If step 8 is a success, without any errors go to your website url and all works !
  10. Go to cms_settings
  11. Double click on default value column at api_password line
  12. Enter here account password with api grant in SHA256. You can use this tool
  13. Double click on default value column at api_server line and replace http://yourserver:yourport by your data.
  14. Double click on default value column at api_username line
  15. Enter your username of account with api grant
  16. Your CMS is ready.

3. Administration access

To access the administration area follow these instructions :

  1. Open PhpMyAdmin or your mysql provider
  2. Select cms_user
  3. At your account line, double click on column roles and replace [] by ["ROLE_ADMIN"]
  4. The site normally disconnected you. Reconnect and you will be able to access the administration area

4. Ressources

Intersect CMS allows you to customize the look of your site quite easily, such as images or if you are familiar with html / css colors etc.

Everything happens in the assets folder. I will explain all the files below :


items folder

For the store, you need to create a folder named items.

It is in this folder that you should put the images of your items, be careful, the API retrieves the data in the database, the image names must be in lowercase and without special characters.

News folder

It is in this folder that all the highlighting images of your articles will be automatically sent.


This is where you manage two images, the favicon which allows you to display an icon on the tabs of your browsers under the name of "icon.png" and "seo.png" which is the image of your site when you post a link on a social network


It is in this folder that all the files related to your theme are available

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