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This is a very simple Django CMS application. It allows for the creation of hierarchical pages, adding "focus areas" to the pages along with normal content. There is also a view for displaying a sitemap (all of the pages tied to home). It relies heavily on terminology from my old web dev days, so it includes three types of pages: 1. Home page -- there should only be one and it should have a slug of 'home' 2. Normal pages -- you get it 3. Constants -- these are pages that do not appear in the page hierarchy but can be visited by all, typically links that appear on all pages, e.g., 'contact us' INSTALL ======= You will want to load both files under fixtures via ./manage.py loaddata REQUIRED SETTINGS ================= USE_CACHE: whether to use Django's caching or not DEFAULT_CACHE_TIMEOUT: number of seconds to cache items Neither of these settings should be required and I should be providing backup/ defaults for you. Kick me if you are reading this. TEMPLATE TAGS ============= There's a single tag in there right now for rendering forms based on the display in default_form.html. Override this template as needed. TODO ==== * More tests, obviously * Default settings