In order to facilitate the flexible and rich functional logic of the frontend, some environmental variables need to be injected into the frontend

Cabloy-CMS itself has some built-in environment variables. Meanwhile, you can also inject custom variables through env of the backend context object. These variables will be merged and then injected into the frontend

Inject env



_ _ENV_ _

Environment Object Structure

<script type="text/javascript">
var env={
  "base": {
    "title": "my blog",
    "subTitle": "gone with the wind",
    "description": "",
    "keywords": ""
  "language": {
    "items": "en-us,zh-cn",
    "default": "en-us",
    "current": "en-us"
  "format": {
    "date": "YYYY-MM-DD",
    "time": "HH:mm:ss"
  "comment": {
    "order": "asc",
    "recentNum": 5
  "site": {
    "path": "main/article",
    "serverUrl": "",
    "rawRootUrl": ""
  "article": ...,
  "index": {
    "main/index/index": 20
Name Provided by Description
base site configuration site basic information
language site configuration language information
format site configuration date time formatting
comment site configuration comment parameters
site built-in site parameters
site.path path indication of current page
site.serverUrl URL prefix of backend API
site.rawRootUrl URL prefix of website root path
article built-in If the current rendering page is an article, this property is automatically injected
index theme, plugin or custom for example, main/index/index is injected by the theme cms-themeblog