• Module: core

Retrieve information that is stored in the site configuration. If you want to query values from the config table instead, you should use m_config.

Fetch a site configuration key

Example, fetching the site configuration key “hostname”:

{{ m.site.hostname }}

Fetching all configurations

It is easy to loop over all site configurations:

{% for key, value in m.site %}
  {{ key }} -- {{ value }} <br />
{% endfor %}

Overriding config values

Zotonic has two places where a site’s configuration is kept. One is in the site’s config files, the other in the config table. The config table (accessible through m_config) overrules any module settings from the config file, for rows where the module key of the config value is set to site.

Within the site configuration, you can override module-specific configuration: Module configurations are defined with a property key equal to the module name, with a property list as value. For example:

{mod_foo, [ {hostname, "localhost"} ]}

will put the default “hostname” setting of the imaginary mod_foo module to localhost.