Source code and templates for the website http://www.doctypehtml5.in/. To run this as a test server, simply use:
You will need the Flask framework and some extensions. To install:
easy_install Flask Flask-SQLAlchemy Flask-WTF Flask-Mail simplejson pytz Markdown pygooglechart
Installing into a virtualenv is strongly recommended.
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The website is currently hosted at Dreamhost using the Passenger WSGI gateway. To reproduce this setup, create a domain using the Dreamhost panel, then setup the Python environment:
mkdir -p ~/python/lib/python2.5/site-packages PYTHONPATH=~/python/lib/python2.5/site-packages easy_install --prefix ~/python virtualenv PYTHONPATH=~/python/lib/python2.5/site-packages ~/python/bin/virtualenv ~/python/env --no-site-packages source ~/python/env/bin/activate easy_install Flask Flask-SQLAlchemy Flask-WTF Flask-Mail simplejson pytz mysql-python greatape Markdown pygooglechart
This creates a virtualenv in ~/python/env, activates it, then installs Flask and extensions in the virtualenv. Dreamhost does not have virtualenv pre-installed, so it is necessary to install it first. Dreamhost does not support mod_wsgi either, which would have made all this much simpler.
If your site is located at (for example) ~/doctypehtml5.in, install the source files there. Do not install in the public sub-folder. Dreamhost will automatically pick up passenger_wsgi.py and start serving the site.
To refresh after updating, you must edit the site via the control panel and click 'Save' again.
The website is currently a single HTML page, so why use a framework at all? Because there is also a sizeable backend that sends email and tracks responses from participants. This is not exposed to the UI, but you can see it here in the code.