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Content management system: Pages is a list of (ordered) block and relevant content. Though to allow inline i18n content management, with high performance usage.

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============================= django-stack-it

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Content management system under development


Install django-stack-it::

pip install django-stack-it

Django Stack It relies on several dependencies, you need to add to your INSTALLED_APPS

.. code-block:: python


Add django-stack-it's URL patterns:

.. code-block:: python urlpatterns = [ ... path(r'^', include('stack_it.urls')), ... ]

To avoid migration messup, we strongly recomend you to deport Stack It migrations to your project. This will avoid any unexpected conflict between environements, due to language addition/deletion. In your settings:

.. code-block:: python MIGRATION_MODULES = { "stack_it":"tests.migrations" }

Basic Usage

As soon as you a model is linked to a URL, it should inherit from the Page model.

.. code-block:: python from stack_it.models import Page

class Article(Page):
    Your model here

Article is now considered to be a Page. It comes with several usefull fields like title, slug dans template_path.

Register your model to the admin the way you want, and you can see all your website organization within one unified admin doing:

.. code-block:: python from stack_it.admin import PageAdmin as BasePageAdmin from stack_it.models import Page from blog.models import Article

class PageAdmin(BasePageAdmin):
    base_model = Page
    child_models = (
        ...Your inherited model here,
    ), PageAdmin)

Article or any other model won't show up in the admin anymore. Each model and model instances will be managed from the "Page" admin, where all your pages are organized in a Drag n Drop interface to build up your site structure.

If you want your model's to be registered as usual, add show_in_index = True in your admin class to allow


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Running Tests

Does the code actually work?


source <YOURVIRTUALENV>/bin/activate
(myenv) $ pip install tox
(myenv) $ tox


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0.1.0 (2019-01-14) ++++++++++++++++++

  • First release on PyPI.

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