- 1 THIS IS A DRAFT PAGE - DO NOT TRUST ANY INFORMATION ON IT
- 2 Introduction
- 3 Administrative Settings
- 3.1 Manage Site
- 3.1.1 Settings
- 3.1.2 Skin
- 3.1.3 Navigator Tab Sets
- 3.1.4 File Formats
- 3.1.5 License
- 3.1.6 Upload Renaming
- 3.1.7 Submit Forms
- 3.1.8 Banner and Footers
- 3.1.9 Sidebar Extras
- 3.1.10 Menus
- 3.1.11 ID3 Tagger
- 3.1.12 Menu Groups
- 3.1.13 Thumbnails
- 3.2 Global Settings
- 3.2.1 Admin Help
- 3.2.2 Global Setup
- 3.2.3 Manage Page Content
- 3.2.4 Paths
- 3.2.5 Forum
- 3.2.6 Ratings
- 3.2.7 Tags
- 3.2.8 Default User Avatar
- 3.2.9 Super Users
- 3.2.10 Restrict Access
- 3.2.11 Language
- 3.2.12 Upload Throttles
- 3.2.13 Activity Log
- 3.2.14 Import Files
- 3.2.15 Disable Site
- 3.2.16 Email
- 3.2.17 Create Contest
- 3.2.18 Download Manager
- 3.2.19 Moderation/Flagging
- 3.2.20 Playlists
- 3.2.21 Pseudo Verify
- 3.2.22 Quota
- 3.2.23 Virtual ccHost
- 3.2.24 Query Browser
- 3.2.25 Channels Page
- 3.2.26 Sample Pools
- 3.1 Manage Site
THIS IS A DRAFT PAGE - DO NOT TRUST ANY INFORMATION ON IT
Understanding ccHost URLs
Understanding how URLs work in ccHost is a very important concept that you should understand before doing anything else. URL Parts
ccHost URLs are composed of four main parts:
1. Root URL of installation
- This is the URL address of where index.php lives. For example: http://example.com, or http://example.com/cchost
2. Virtual Root
- Don't worry if you don't know what a 'ccHost virtual root' is, we'll get to it here but for now assume it's the word media.
- This part of the URL maps to an internal command in ccHost. This can be anything from a request for a submit form, a feed, a record listing, etc. Examples are people which shows a listing of the latest registered users who have uploaded or files which lists the latest uploads.
- Many if not most commands accept and even require parameters. For example, adding a specific user's name to the people command will display the user's main page, e.g. people/rejon
You should refer to the ccHost Command Reference for a listing of all available commands.
If you have enabled 'pretty URLs' in your installation then all the elements are strung together into one URL:
If not, then everything starting from the virtual root is prepended the following way:
Admins, editors, etc.
Comma-separated list of login names for users with editorial privileges
Auto Publish Uploads
Uncheck this if you want to verify uploads before they are made public.
For example a file: docs/home or a navigation tab: view/media/home
Default Feed Query
Query to use for pages that do not specify a feed Leave blank for no default feed.
Allow ratings for media virtual root. (Click here to configure global ratings)
List login names of site admins. (e.g. admin, fightmaster, sally)
Choose a skin, theme, layout, colors, fonts, etc.
Create and edit navigator tabs
Pick which file formats are allowed to be uploaded
Pick which licenses a user is allowed to select from
Configure how uploads are automatically renamed
Edit what kind of submit forms the user can see
Edit what the banner and footer says on each page.
Pick what features are available on the side bar.
Edit the menus
Configure how to tag ID3 compatible files (e.g. MP3s)
Edit the menu groups
Configure thumbnails handling (for image uploads)
Help on configuring the site
Cookies, ban message, admin email, 3rd party add ins, etc.
Manage Page Content
Manage special pages and topics
Configure where ccHost looks for stuff
Configure forums access, groups, etc.
How ratings are calculated, who can rate, etc.
Edit tag aliases, reserve tags, counts, etc.
Default User Avatar
Upload a default avatar for new users
Edit list of super users
Restrict access to commands
Configure Language use
Limit the number and types of uploads per user
Configure the administrator's activity log
Import files from your server into ccHost
Disable site when doing maintainence.
Configure system email address and access
Create a new contest, set its start time, rules, etc.
Count, checksum and license options for downloading
Configure moderation (Ban) and upload flagging
Configure usage of exotic and other dangerous file types
Configure user quota
Create a new virtual root
Configure query browser
Configure playlists for the channels page
Managing sample pools and trackbacks