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* Connect to our [[CVS Howto|CVS repository]] and checkout the org.eclipse project
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* Connect to our [[CVS Howto|CVS repository]] and checkout the org.eclipse.phoenix project from the technology repository
 
* Copy the checked-out directories to your web site
 
* Copy the checked-out directories to your web site
 
* Edit the default/_projectCommon.php file to select your theme and define navigation links for your project
 
* Edit the default/_projectCommon.php file to select your theme and define navigation links for your project

Revision as of 10:10, 28 June 2006

Back to Phoenix.


Contents

Docs

Getting Started

If you're an eclipse.org committer and wish to use Phoenix for your project website:

  • Download the Phoenix Starter Kit
  • Extract the starter kit to your project's webspace
  • Edit the _projectCommon.php file to select your theme and define navigation links for your project
  • Copy template.php as the PHP file you want to create, and add your HTML content between the markers
  • Commit _projectCommon.php and your new PHP pages to the Eclipse Website CVS repository
  • Refer to Using Phoenix in the Committer Tools

If you wish to use Phoenix for your web site:

  • Connect to our CVS repository and checkout the org.eclipse.phoenix project from the technology repository
  • Copy the checked-out directories to your web site
  • Edit the default/_projectCommon.php file to select your theme and define navigation links for your project
  • Copy the default/template.php file and add your HTML content
  • Familiarize yourself with the CSS styles and customize the interface as desired

If you wish to submit a new skin for eclipse.org:

  • Connect to our CVS repository and checkout the org.eclipse project
  • Familiarize yourself with the CSS styles in layout.css and visual.css and their rendering components (the PHP files)
  • Create a new skin using the same CSS class names (homeitem, midcolumn, etc)
  • Submit your new skin as a zipped attachment to a bugzilla bug. Submit your attachment to Phoenix/templates