Django CMS with Cookiecutter
- Simple Bootstrap 3 templates ready to use
- Heroku deployment (with Amazon S3 for statics)
Installation and usage
If you want to create a personal website using Django CMS but you don't want to create or edit (again) your configuration files, you can use Cookiecutter to do all the work.
First, get cookiecutter:
$ pip install cookiecutter
Now run it against this repo:
$ cookiecutter https://github.com/palazzem/cookiecutter-django-cms.git --checkout 0.2.3
You'll be prompted for some questions (included Heroku deployment settings).
After project generation, you'll find a README.rst in which you'll find all information to sync your database with fake migrations. Before your first commit remember to change (if required) the
Now you are ready to use Django CMS!
This template is based on official getting started guide. You have already configured many Django CMS plugins which
you can enable/disable inside
INSTALLED_APPS setting. There you can also add
more languages (
LANGUAGES) and templates (
Check official documentation.
Other Django CMS bootstrap tools
- Webfaction deploy (with nginx frontend to serve statics)
- More bootstrap templates (single page scroller, etc...)