A Simple application to help add dynamic content to pages.
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.
PSEUDO_CMS_IMAGE_SIZE = (300, 300) PSEUDO_CMS_THUMBNAIL_SIZE = (150, 150)
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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