Carrying on from yesterdays post explaining what e107 is, I have decided to carry on writing about e107 to create a series of posts taking you through parts of e107. This post will focus on the admin area.
The admin area is the main hub of an e107 site, this is where you add content, change settings and well quite alot of neat stuff really. Too much to explain here.
At the bottom of this post you will see a selection of thumbnails, click on them to view bigger images. They are all screenshots taken of e107 just after installation.
Screenshot 1 : This screenshot shows you what the Admin Frontpage looks like. This is the hub of your site, from here you can change every aspect of your site including adding plugins in the Plugin Manager, and changing themes in the Theme manager. Once you install e107 most users then go into the preferences to change things like site name etc…
Screenshot 2 : This screenshot shows you e107′s Preferences, here you start changing how your site works, whether people can register, what questions are asked on signup, enable flood protection and a lot more.
Screenshot 3 : This screenshot shows how easy it is to create pages for your site, simple type what you want your page to say and then change the settings to what you want and simply click Create Page.
Hopefully this has given you some idea of what e107′s backend looks like and how easy it is to use.