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Textigniter is an ultralight CMS based on CodeIgniter and Textile. Textigniter is very alpha at this point. You can check out the via svn and play around but the functionality is limited to CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete options as well as User Authentication. There is no interface for registering users yet. You can use user@textigniter.org, password is password and pin is 0000 if you would like to test the code. A full working version will be available in August.

Textigniter IntroductionTextigniter follows the MVC Model View Controller approach of CodeIgniter while incorporating the WYSIWYG capabilities of Textile.

Textigniter is a CMSThe result is an ultralight CMS with wysiwyg editing capabilities and an authentication model for multiple users. TextIgniter has the ability to create multiple sections for your website while assigning entries to each section.

Textigniter FlowTextigniter allows you to structurally separate your website into sections: textigniter.org/blog textigniter.org/code textigniter.org

Each of these sections would have data displayed using the base template tags and anything custom that you code using CodeIgniter. The output will be clean because it is being handled by Textile before being inserted into the database.

Textigniter TemplatingA templating system has also been developed using CodeIgniter's parsing library. General support for entries and site data have assigned to template tags. For example you could have template tags in a template that look like this:

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{site_title} {site_description}

{entries}

{title}
{excerpt}
{body}
{/entries}`

Textigniter DocumentationPlease refer to the documentation on how to install and setup textigniter for your needs.

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