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A Simple application to help add dynamic content to pages.

Project Description

A real basic, fake kind of CMS. Allows you to add just a tiny bit of dynamic content to your pages.


I often find as a developer I want full control of the page, but there are small pieces I want a non-technical person to be able to change, or myself be able to change without additional code / deployment.

This allows you to let a user customize the title tag, meta description, page title, page body, and a single page image. It will only allow you to save a content model to an existing url path that is resolvable in your django project.


pip install django-pseudo-cms


add pseudo_cms to your INSTALLED_APPS setting.

If you want to change the image and/or thumbnail size of the page’s content image, add the following directives to your settings as they apply.


The tuple refers to (width, height). If you’d like to force the image to a particular size without maintaining its aspect ratio, add a third item True to your tuple.

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