GetSimple is an open source XML based, stand-alone, fully independent and lite Content Management system. It targets small-site market's so it only includes features that really needs to maintain a website and remove unneccesary features.
Released under GNU GPL v3, GetSimple have several main features:
Don't forget to change getsimple.exampleserver.xyz above with the domain name that you use for your getsimple installation.
Enable the site using a2ensite command.
$ sudo a2ensite getsimple
Reload the apache2 process so it read the new virtualhost configuration:
$ sudo service apache2 reload
GetSimple Setup Wizard
Open the GetSimple URL. The first step is requirement check, we should already pass all requirements now. CLick Continue with Setup >>
Input your website name, username for adminstrator and email address.
If the email sent successfully it will send password for admin user via email, in my case it cannot send the email so it will show the password.
Our GetSimple site is ready.
Configure https only site for getsimple
Secure connection is now a requirement for web application. Last step that we will do in this tutorial is changing the connection to only use https. We assume that you already have SSL certificate and private key.
Let's create new apache virtual host configuration on /etc/apache2/sites-available/getsimple-ssl.conf with contents below. Don't forget to change:
# Uncomment the following directive when using client certificate authentication
# HSTS (mod_headers is required) (15768000 seconds = 6 months)
Header always set Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=15768000"
# intermediate configuration, tweak to your needs
SSLProtocol all -SSLv2 -SSLv3
We will also disable getsimple http only virtual host and enable the new virtual host config.
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