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[READ-ONLY] Contao Core Bundle

Contao 4 core bundle


Contao is an Open Source PHP Content Management System for people who want a
professional website that is easy to maintain. Visit the project website
for more information.

Contao 4 has been designed as a Symfony bundle, which can be used to add
CMS functionality to any Symfony application. If you do not have an existing
Symfony application yet, we recommend using the Contao managed edition as
basis for your application.

Prerequisites

The Contao core bundle has a recipe in the symfony/recipes-contrib
repository. Be sure to either enable contrib recipes for your project by
running the following command or follow the instructions to use the contrib
recipe during the installation process.

composer config extra.symfony.allow-contrib true

Add the contao-component-dir to the extra section of your composer.json
file.

composer config extra.contao-component-dir assets

Installation

Install Contao and all its dependencies by executing the following command:

composer require \
    contao/core-bundle:4.8.* \
    contao/installation-bundle:^4.8 \
    php-http/guzzle6-adapter:^1.1

Note that you can exchange the php-http/guzzle6-adapter package with any
other HTTP client implementation. If you already have an HTTP client
implementation, you can omit the package entirely.

Configuration

Configure the DATABASE_URL in your environment, either using environment
variables or by using the Dotenv component.

Enable ESI in the config/packages/framework.yaml file.

framework:
    esi: true

Add the Contao routes to your config/routing.yaml file, and be sure to load
the ContaoCoreBundle at the very end, so the catch all route does not catch
your application routes.

ContaoCoreBundle:
    resource: "@ContaoCoreBundle/Resources/config/routes.yml"

Edit your config/security.yml file and merge all the providers, encoders,
firewalls and access_control sections:

security:
    providers:
        contao.security.backend_user_provider:
            id: contao.security.backend_user_provider

        contao.security.frontend_user_provider:
            id: contao.security.frontend_user_provider

    encoders:
        Contao\User:
            algorithm: auto

    firewalls:
        dev:
            pattern: ^/(_(profiler|wdt|error)|css|images|js)/
            security: false

        contao_install:
            pattern: ^/contao/install$
            security: false

        contao_backend:
            request_matcher: contao.routing.backend_matcher
            provider: contao.security.backend_user_provider
            user_checker: contao.security.user_checker
            anonymous: ~
            switch_user: true

            contao_login:
                remember_me: false

            logout:
                path: contao_backend_logout
                handlers:
                    - contao.security.logout_handler
                success_handler: contao.security.logout_success_handler

        contao_frontend:
            request_matcher: contao.routing.frontend_matcher
            provider: contao.security.frontend_user_provider
            user_checker: contao.security.user_checker
            anonymous: ~
            switch_user: false

            contao_login:
                remember_me: true

            remember_me:
                secret: '%kernel.secret%'
                remember_me_parameter: autologin

            logout:
                path: contao_frontend_logout
                handlers:
                    - contao.security.logout_handler
                success_handler: contao.security.logout_success_handler

    access_control:
        - { path: ^/contao/login$, roles: IS_AUTHENTICATED_ANONYMOUSLY }
        - { path: ^/contao/logout$, roles: IS_AUTHENTICATED_ANONYMOUSLY }
        - { path: ^/contao(/|$), roles: ROLE_USER }
        - { path: ^/, roles: [IS_AUTHENTICATED_ANONYMOUSLY] }

The Contao core-bundle as well as the installation-bundle are now installed and
activated. Use the Contao install tool to complete the installation by opening
the /contao/install route in your browser.

License

Contao is licensed under the terms of the LGPLv3.

Getting support

Visit the support page to learn about the available support options.

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