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Module allowing dynamically to create and further on to edit via django-admin settings

Project description

It often happens that we need to be able dynamically to create/edit some settings and site variables, for example site title, logo and counter code.

stored-settings module is tailored specifically for these purposes allowing dynamically to create and further on to edit via django-admin records of the following types:

  • Char
  • Text
  • HTML text
  • Boolean
  • Image


Django stored-settings requires Django 1.3 or later and Pillow. Also has TinyMCE integration.

Getting It

You can get Django stored-settings by using pip or easy_install:

$ pip install django-stored-settings or $ easy_install django-stored-settings

If you want to install it from source, grab the git repository from GitHub and run

$ git clone git://
$ cd stored_settings
$ python install

Installing It

To enable stored-settings in your project you need to add it to INSTALLED_APPS in your projects file:


And also add new content processor

    OPTIONS': {

Last step is db migration

$ python migrate

Using It

in template {{ stored_settings.my_key }}


For HTML fields TinyMCE can be applied. To enable TinyMCE support in stored-settings you need to add to the following:


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