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django-multisite supporto for django CMS

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django-multisite support for django CMS

Supported Django versions:

  • Django 1.6
  • Django 1.7
  • Django 1.8
  • Django 1.9

Supported django CMS versions:

  • django CMS 3.*

Usage

  1. Configure django-multisite as documented upstream

  2. Use SITE_ID = SiteId(default=1) instead of the documented SITE_ID = SiteID()

  3. Add multisite, djangocms_multisite to INSTALLED_APPS:

    INSTALLED_APPS=[
        ...
        'multisite',
        'djangocms_multisite',
        ...
    ]
    
  4. Add multisite.middleware.DynamicSiteMiddleware and djangocms_multisite.middleware.CMSMultiSiteMiddleware to MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES; multisite.middleware.DynamicSiteMiddleware must be applied before cms.middleware.utils.ApphookReloadMiddleware, while djangocms_multisite.middleware.CMSMultiSiteMiddleware must right after that:

    MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = [
        ...
        'multisite.middleware.DynamicSiteMiddleware',
        'cms.middleware.utils.ApphookReloadMiddleware',
        'djangocms_multisite.middleware.CMSMultiSiteMiddleware',
        ...
    ]
    
  5. Configure the URL mapping as follows:

    MULTISITE_CMS_URLS={
        'www.example.com': 'tests.test_utils.urls1',
        'www.example2.com': 'tests.test_utils.urls2',
    },
    MULTISITE_CMS_ALIASES={
        'www.example.com': ('alias1.example.com', 'alias2.example.com',),
        'www.example2.com': ('alias1.example2.com', 'alias2.example2.com',),
    },
    MULTISITE_CMS_FALLBACK='www.example.com'
    
  6. Run python manage.py migrate

Settings

MULTISITE_CMS_URLS

Dictionary (or OrderedDict) containing the mapping between the domain (as configured in django sites) and the corresponding urlconf.

MULTISITE_CMS_FALLBACK

The default domain to load if any of the above does not match.

MULTISITE_CMS_ALIASES

Dictionary (or OrderedDict) containing the mapping between the domain (as configured in django sites) and a list of aliases. This is optional if all the aliases are configured as django-multisite aliases

History

0.1.1 (2016-11-07)
  • Improved host selection
0.1.0 (unreleased)
  • First experimental release

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