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A plugin for django-cms that provides just a markdown plugin and nothing more.

Project Description
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cmsplugin-simple-markdown
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Simple Markdown plugin is just a simple markdown plugin for django-cms.
It's brutally simple. Just a text area and you'll enter some markdown text and save it.
And the reason why I make this is that, I really couldn't find any simple as stupid plugin
for django-cms, all I've found was fancy with a lot of java script stuff.


Requirements
=============

- django-cms
- django-markdown

Installation
==============

PyPi
-----

**cmsplugin-simple-markdown** is available on PyPi:

http://pypi.python.org/pypi/cmsplugin-simple-markdown
::

$ pip install cmsplugin-simple-markdown

Git
---

You can get latest stable changes from GitHub server:
::

$ git clone https://github.com/Alir3z4/cmsplugin-simple-markdown.git
$ cd cmsplugin-simple-markdown
$ python setup.py install

Zip, Tarball
------------

You can grab the latest tarball.

*unix
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Get the latest tarball & install
::

$ wget https://github.com/Alir3z4/cmsplugin-simple-markdown/archive/master.tar.gz
$ tar xvzf cmsplugin-simple-markdown-master.tar.gz && cd cmsplugin-simple-markdown-master
$ python setup.py install

Windows
-------

Download latest ZIP archive.

https://github.com/Alir3z4/cmsplugin-simple-markdown/archive/master.zip

Extract the archive, and run the following command in root directory of cmsplugin-simple-markdown
::

$ python setup.py install

Configuration
==============

Most people say that installation of ``cmsplugin-simple-markdown`` is easy, it seems they're out of space.
It's fucking hard to install.

Configuration & Usage
----------------------

1. Make sure ``django-markdown`` is configured as described in their `Setup
<https://github.com/klen/django_markdown#id5>`_ section.
2. Add ``cmsplugin_simple_markdown`` to ``INSTALLED_APPS``.
3. If you are using Django 1.7 or higher add ``'cmsplugin_simple_markdown': 'cmsplugin_simple_markdown.migrations_django',`` to ``MIGRATION_MODULES`` in settings.
4. Create the database tables::

$ python manage.py migrate


This is not easy, It's hard, confusing. I doubt, double doubt that those people that keep saying installing this
is easy are on something.


Drama story
===========
Since every application won't begins with love, this plugin has been developed to solve a problem.
2 days back, I've been using **cms.plugin.text** for handling html pages and related content,
but when I've tried to use AWS S3/CloudFront for my static files, I got stuck with ``CORS`` problem.
So I've develop ``cmsplugin-simple-markdown`` to be used without any dependencies on JavaScript or CSS files.

Now these days, people all around the world are using it, They are happy with it, They go crazy with ``cmsplugin-simple-markdown``,
even they name their child ``cmsplugin-simple-markdown``, at least I did. ;)
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