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Fixed #6287 -- Fixed typos in docs/sites.txt. Thanks, arien and Horst…

… Gutmann

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6 docs/sites.txt
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ Hooking into the current site from views
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On a lower level, you can use the sites framework in your Django views to do
-particular things based on what site in which the view is being called.
+particular things based on the site in which the view is being called.
For example::
from django.conf import settings
@@ -330,13 +330,13 @@ Here's how Django uses the sites framework:
retrieving flatpages to display.
* In the `syndication framework`_, the templates for ``title`` and
- ``description`` automatically have access to a variable ``{{{ site }}}``,
+ ``description`` automatically have access to a variable ``{{ site }}``,
which is the ``Site`` object representing the current site. Also, the
hook for providing item URLs will use the ``domain`` from the current
``Site`` object if you don't specify a fully-qualified domain.
* In the `authentication framework`_, the ``django.contrib.auth.views.login``
- view passes the current ``Site`` name to the template as ``{{{ site_name }}}``.
+ view passes the current ``Site`` name to the template as ``{{ site_name }}``.
* The shortcut view (``django.views.defaults.shortcut``) uses the domain of
the current ``Site`` object when calculating an object's URL.
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