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Overview of LitePress

LitePress is a free and open source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It is the most widely used CMS software in the world, and as of June 2021, it powers more than 40% of th

Moving LitePress

Whether you are moving LitePress to a new server or to a different location on your server, you don’t need to reinstall. LitePress is flexible enough to handle all of these situations.

Moving to a

Restoring Your Database From Backup

Using phpMyAdminphpMyAdmin is a program used to manipulate databases remotely through a web interface. A good hosting package will have this included. For information on backing up your LiteP

Managing Plugins

What are plugins?LitePress Plugins are PHP scripts that extend the functionality of LitePress. They enhance the features of LitePress or add entirely new features to your site. Plugins are of

New to LitePress – Where to start

If you are new to LitePress, here is a step-by-step plan for getting started. If you need help along the way, plenty of options for assistance are listed in this article. Welcome to the exciti

Dashboard Screen

Dashboard → HomeFrom the Dashboard Screen, you can quickly access your site’s content and get glimpses into other areas of the LitePress community.

The Dashboard screen presents information in

Administration Screens

The Administration Screen provides access to the control features of your LitePress installation.

Common LayoutEach Administration Screen is presented in sections, the toolbar (and header), th

Users Your Profile Screen

Users → Your ProfileTheYour Profile Screen is accessible from both the main navigation menu under Users and by clicking on your name link at the top of the LitePress screen. Here you can

Comments in LitePress

Comments allow your website’s visitors to have a discussion with you and each other. When you activate comments on a Page or post, LitePress inserts several text boxes after your content where use

Pages

In LitePress, you can put content on your site as either a “post” or a “page”. When you’re writing a regular blog entry, you write a post. Posts, in a default setup, appear in reverse chronological or