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Load prepackaged themes (templates and accompanying media) into Django CMS projects through the admin

Project Description

A django app that lets you load theme packs that are bundled templates, and
select which theme a site should use.


- django (tested with 1.3)
- django-cms (tested with 2.2)

Getting Started

To get started simply install using ``pip``:
pip install django-cms-themes

Add ``'cms_themes',`` to your installed apps and ``syncdb`` (or migrate, if
you have south installed).

Your installed apps should look something like this:

Per the django-cms quickstart guide, you should have a setting in your
settings file called PROJECT_PATH that points to the root of your project, i.e.
``PROJECT_PATH = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__))``
If not, it will be assumed that your themes will live just beneath the ``MEDIA_ROOT``.


All usage is done through the admin.

Simply create a new Theme record and upload a theme tarball (tar.gz) file from All templates from themes uploaded should now
show up in your Templates drop down on a django cms page.

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