simplitt stores all your content in a single flat file.
simplitt generates a complete static site from your single data file: home page, category pages and single post pages.
simplitt needs no installation. Just set up some parameters and upload the files to your server.
simplitt makes all the work: just run a script and simplitt will recompile and update your entire site.
simplitt lets you customize your site by editing a few variables.
So, this site itself is a good demo of simplitt, version 2.0.
simplitt generates a full site. That includes a home page, one page for each of your categories and a single page for each of your contents.
Yes, you can. Just put the image file in
site/img/folder and its name in the data file.
sptt-config.phpand set up the variables inside. Then open
.htaccessfile and customize it for your domain, following the instruction inside.
sptt-content.csvwith your favorite text or spreadsheet editor to include your content.
Change recursively the permissions of
sitefolder to allow simplitt to make your site: 777 will work.
sptt-makesite.phpscript to generate or update your site. Just visit it in your browser:
Alternatively, the best and most secure way to use simplitt is to compile and test it in your local machine.
You need to install a web server with php support: apache and php packages should be enough.
Upload just the content in
site/folder to your internet server and you will have a full static site in your internet server, dynamically generated in your localhost.
To compile in localhost is good because: you'll automatically get a local backup of your site; and you maximize the security of your server.
Working and researching in montera34 and Obsoletos about digital and technological autonomy from several approaches: open source software; creative systems resulting from electronic and technological waste; open data in the web. Blogging at Autonomía digital y tecnológica. Mixing digital, rural and nomadic life.
Researcher, programmer and designer in montera34, devoted to create tools and data visualizations to empower technological autonomy. He has been Visiting Scientist at the MIT Center for Civic Media and is part of Basurama, a collectived centered in the study of waste and reuse. He is now developing PageOneX.com, a tool for analyzing stories in newspaper front pages and blogs at numeroteca.org.