A simple app that allows using Multilingual contentblock using Placeholders from django-cms
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README

Note: this app is no longer needed for django CMS 3. The same functionality is available
with static placeholders:

http://django-cms.readthedocs.org/en/latest/introduction/templates_placeholders.html#static-placeholders

A simple app that allows using Multilingual contentblock using Placeholders from django-cms

Installation:
pip install django-contentblock
dependencies: django-cms, django-multilingual-ng

Setup:
add 'contentblock' to INSTALLED_APPS

Usage:
In Admin create a Content block and give it a codename, e.g 'myprettyblock'

In your template:
{% load contentblock_tags %}
{% contentblock 'myprettyblock' %}


http://github.com/divio/django-contentblock/