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Blogging with Kirby is as easy as it’s fun. This simple blog shows just a basic implementation of a blogging engine, realized with only a few lines of code. It can easily be extended with tags, categories or whatever feature you need.

Content in Kirby

How content is stored In Kirby, content is stored within the /content directory, where every page is a folder. Pages can be nested, so every of those pages/folders may also contain subfolders. Take this blog demo for example; all posts are just subfolders of the blog folder. This comes ...

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Licensing Kirby

As you probably already know, Kirby is a commercial product. You can try it as long as you want on your local machine and the source code is available on GitHub. But as soon as your want to use Kirby in production, you need to purchase a license. To keep ...

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  • Extending Kirby 08.02.2016

    Kirby comes as a clean package, aiming to provide you with a useful toolkit to get started with. But it it is also very modular and extensible. Rather than providing a solution to every imaginable problem out of the box, Kirby prefers to let you decide which features your project ...

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  • Licensing Kirby 08.03.2016

    As you probably already know, Kirby is a commercial product. You can try it as long as you want on your local machine and the source code is available on GitHub. But as soon as your want to use Kirby in production, you need to purchase a license. To keep ...

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  • Content in Kirby 08.04.2016

    How content is stored In Kirby, content is stored within the /content directory, where every page is a folder. Pages can be nested, so every of those pages/folders may also contain subfolders. Take this blog demo for example; all posts are just subfolders of the blog folder. This comes ...

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