ptiblogphp is a tiny, extremely light PHP blog engine. It stores all its content in filesystem, hence it requires no database. Only a web server with PHP. Written by Mateusz Viste and published under the terms of the MIT license.

Wondering how ptiblogphp looks like? Well, this very homepage is using it! Another example is my beekeeping blog. ptiblogphp is very customizable, so you can tune its look to your preferences through standard CSS settings.

version 20230701

written on Sunday, July 2, 2023

New feature: implement a search box allowing to filter out articles based on keywords.

ptiblogphp-20230701.tar.xz (97 KiB)

version 20220617

written on Saturday, June 18, 2022

This is a cosmetic release that brings very few changes:

ptiblogphp-20220617.tar.xz (106 KiB)

version 20210708

written on Thursday, July 8, 2021

Today I have published version 20210708. This version brings markdown syntax support, localization capabilities and many minor improvements.

ptiblogphp-20210708.tar.xz (96 KiB)

version 20210627

written on Monday, June 28, 2021

version 20210627 comes with a lot of bug fixes and overall usability improvements:

ptiblogphp-20210627.tar.xz (66 KiB)

First public release

written on Tuesday, June 22, 2021

A year ago, during pandemic times, I had drafted a simple blogging system for PHP. I did not use it for anything and then I forgot about it. It is only recently that I have found it in my archives and thought that I might just as well make it public, for the benefit of the humanity. I cleaned it up a little, hacked a few details and here it is: ptiblog release 20210622 (aka "Summertime").

ptiblogphp-20210622.tar.xz (170 KiB)