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"Fast Edit v1.0" - edit your content right here on the page!

A free and easy CMS to edit your website. It's all "point-and-click"! Includes file manager and page manager with a one-click interface to easily arrange the menu, create and delete pages, make and restore backups, set metadata for search engines, and more! Supports multi-regions too!

Who's it for?

  • Webmasters with basic-to-intermediate HTML/PHP experience
  • Webmasters with a website that uses standardised web templates (i.e. - common header and footer files)
  • Webmasters who do not wish to use, or do not have access to, a database
  • Webmasters/users who do need/want a fully featured CMS
  • Webmasters/users who do need/want multiple editable regions per web page

Login / Try it out

For this demo, the "Admin Login" (top right) username is "admin1" and the password is "demo1".

Additionally, since the August 23rd 2013 update in Fast Edit v1.0, you can login to manage the site from a dedicated Admin Area.

Once logged-in, Fast Edit appears at the bottom of the page, so scroll down to play!

DOWNLOAD NOW! Also see, how to install Fast Edit v1.0

Multi Regions (edit more than just one area of a web page!)

This page has multiple editable regions. When additional content snippets are present on the page you are editing, a dropdown select box will appear in the Fast Edit toolbar, where you can choose the region you want to edit.

About multiple regions

These extra content snippets are stored in the usual "fast_edit/_content/" folder and can only be created manually.

Naming the additional content files

Additional content snippets should use this naming convention; "main-filename--snippet-name.txt".

So for this page, the main content filename is "multi_regions.txt"

And any additional snippets on this page MUST start with "multi_regions--" (yes, the double-dash afterwards is very important and must also be included), followed by the snippet name; e.g "multi_regions--about.txt"

Including in a web page

Additional content snippets are included back into the parent .php page (in the root folder) like this;
<?php include($root.'multi_regions--about.txt');?>

Protecting your custom page

So now that your parent .php page has been customised and looks more like this;

<?php include('includes/header.html');?>
    <div class="editable">
        <?php include($contentpage);?>
        <?php include($root.'multi_regions--about.txt');?>
        <?php include($root.'multi_regions--naming.txt');?>
        <?php include($root.'multi_regions--including.txt');?>
        <?php include($root.'multi_regions--protecting.txt');?>
<?php include('includes/footer.html');?>

instead of the default;

<?php include('includes/header.html');?>
    <div class="editable">
        <?php include($contentpage);?>
<?php include('includes/footer.html');?>

you'll want to protect it from being deleted by adding it to the $page_protect() array in the "fast_edit/fast_edit_config.php" file.