Optional (changing settings):
Changing settings (for cache, etc.) is done by editing files ending with settings.inc.php (ie. check.settings.inc.php).
Each such file affects only specific function or area of the website (ie. check.settings.inc.php provides settings for check.php which is used to check for updates,
one can open .php files in a text editor to see what they are used for).
One may also want to edit files ending with header.inc.php, as these contain webpage headers.
Note that, even if enabled, user registration will not be possible before the admin account is registered. Admin id (username) must be specified in
: As of version 2021.10.24, MATERRA includes a text/html editor
which has support for
MATERRA tags and makes writing and upload of webpages much easier.
|log_date||date of article creation|
|log_update||date of last update||by default, this is filled automatically and should be left empty|
|log_mtime||file modification date||by default, this is filled automatically and should be left empty|
|log_author||author name||can contain additional tags - log_address and log_email, specifying affiliation or address and email, this data is used in LaTeX generation. |
In case of multiple authors, use one log_author tag for each author.
|log_desc||short description of the work||useful if writing a log type webpage, this will then be used in log index|
|log_category||category||useful for log type webpages, used in log index if categories are enabled|
|log_tags||keywords||used in log index and LaTeX generation (as keywords)|
|log_keywords||words to highlight||case sensitive, these phrases will be highlighted (bold) in the article|
|log_cls||document class, ie. article||used in LaTeX generation|
|cite_year||year of publication||used for citations, by default, year will be extracted from log_update or log_date, so it is unnecessary to specify this if log_date is specified|
|cite_doi||alternative link to article||used for citations|
|cite_contrib||an address for contributions||this can be a wallet or web (URL) address for support|
|set_body_numbering||controls auto-numbering of chapters||set to 0 to turn off automatic numbering|
|set_body_class||sets the CSS class name for the body, controls page design||some of defined classes are scientific, log, blog, however, currently there's no much difference between these apart from title color, this can be changed in main.css file|
|no_discussion||controls article comments||when specified and not 0, turns off comments|
Note on a red background.
Note on a blue background.
To prevent notes from appearing in LaTeX, add