Hello to all
I have a new project, but do not want to use WordPress and I thought to buy Kirby.
I would have one question:
- My project is a blog, a “mini-magazine”, what I need is a management categories, sub-categories and tags. This is possible with Kirby?
Thanks so much!
You can build whatever you like with Kirby and certainly a blog is no problem at all. You are free to define all the fields you need to filter/categorize content yourself, there is no limitation at all.
Also, you can try Kirby for free and test if it fits your needs, before you buy a license.
You can also check out the projects that have been realized with Kirby in this forum or on the http://getkirby.com website.
I was asking myself the same question before using kirby a few months ago, and SUR you can do what you want with Kirby
Hi fabio and welcome to the kirby forums!
as taxing already said kirby allows you to do everything you need. Though Here is a list of default fields provided by kirby.
As you can see kirby provides fields for checkboxes and tags. Therefore a taxonomy structure with categories and tags is no Problem at all!
If you want to create sub-categories though you might run into some limitations since “levels” are not supported by checkboxes out of the box. Also adding categories later on might be a problem for you. But you can work around these limitations in a couple of ways:
- create a new field for nested checkboxes (advanced)
- create a new tree for your categories with multiple levels and use a checkboxes field to add pages to the categories, this can also be done Vice Versa (good if you want to add new categories later on).
- use a structured field…
- … many more ways! its up to you