- Browser support
- Getting started
Short overview of the application directories and their purposes:
Contains all configuration files (i.e. database/email configuration)
Directory for database and file system backups, which should ideally be done before major version updates.
May contain cache files which lead to faster program execution. Can be emptied without risk.
Contains the database definitions. Will be required if the automatic database setup fails and database tables must be created manually.
Contains (mostly technical) documentation.
Contains error logs, if some occured. Otherwise (which is nice) empty.
Contains additional resources required for program execution (i.e. translations).
Contains the temporary PHP session files.
Contains the core modules of the system and thus the most important software files.
Contains custom or third party modules that can change or extend the functionality of the system.
The public directory is where the webserver should route all requests for your (sub)domain into.
These directories are intended for custom files (like custom CSS definitions, logos, icons ...). Also, the system writes file uploads here.
Contains third party libraries the booking system depends on (most importantly Zend Framework 2). Either comes bundled with the package or has to be installed via Composer.
Created by: Tobias Krebs
Updated: February 2018