It's a set of unique plugins and useful tools for Django CMS that makes it very powerful by seamlessly integrating content from 3rd party websites like:
- Blogger and Tumblr
- Youtube and Vimeo
- Picasa and Google+
- Google Calendar and Forms
- Any RSS/Atom feeds
But it's more than just content. GoScale plugins add some fancy functionality to make this content shine!
It's perfect for quickly building Mashups and Media heavy sites.
GitHub repository: https://github.com/sternoru/goscalecms
Please, read our documentation for the details on installing and using GoScale CMS and it's plugins.
Feel free to file issues on github or write to our mailing list.
- This is a set of tools and plugins for Django CMS
- Product of Sterno.Ru.
- Developed and maintained under supervision of Evgeny Demchenko
We're assuming you're already running a functional version of Django CMS. If not, follow their tutorial first:
Install "goscalecms" using pip or easy_install:
pip install goscalecms
Add "goscale" and desired plugins to your INSTALLED_APPS in settings.py like this:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'goscale', 'goscale.plugins.videos', 'goscale.plugins.pictures', 'goscale.plugins.feeds', 'goscale.plugins.forms', 'goscale.plugins.calendar', 'goscale.plugins.presentations', )
Add GoScale URL patterns to urls.py:
urlpatterns = patterns('', url(r'^admin/', include(admin.site.urls)), url(r'^goscale/', include('goscale.urls')), url(r'^', include('cms.urls')), )
Sync your Database:
python manage.py syncdb python manage.py migrate
Good to go!
Now if you run you Django server you should have GoScale plugins available for your CMS placeholders.