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django-multisite supporto for django CMS

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`django-multisite <>`_ support for DjangoCMS

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Supported *Django* versions:

* Django 1.11

Supported django CMS versions:

* django CMS 3.4
* django CMS 3.5


#. A virtualenv up and runnign
#. DjangoCMS working


``pip install djangocms-multisite``


#. Open your ```` file

#. We need to add the configurations for `django-multisite <>`_ :

* Replace SITE_ID value with the SiteID function::

from multisite import SiteID
SITE_ID = SiteID(default=1)

* Add ``multisite``, ``djangocms_multisite`` to ``INSTALLED_APPS``::

* Add those loders in the TEMPLATES setting::

'DIRS': {...}
'loaders': (

* For other settings (cache, etc.) check the `django-multisite <>`_ page

#. Add ``multisite.middleware.DynamicSiteMiddleware`` and ``djangocms_multisite.middleware.CMSMultiSiteMiddleware`` to ``MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES``. The order is important: ``multisite.middleware.DynamicSiteMiddleware`` must be applied before ``cms.middleware.utils.ApphookReloadMiddleware``, while ``djangocms_multisite.middleware.CMSMultiSiteMiddleware`` must be right after::


#. Configure the URL mapping as follows. The `tests.test_utils.urls1` path can be the main urlconf file that you already have in your project. And it can be the same for all the domains if you need the same structure.::

'': 'tests.test_utils.urls1',
'': 'tests.test_utils.urls2',
'': ('', '',),
'': ('', '',),

#. Run ``python makemigrations``

#. Run ``python migrate`` to apply the `django-multisite <>`_ migrations

Settings explanation


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


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


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


* Domains in ``MULTISITE_CMS_URLS`` must be the same created in your database (via the interface in ``Home › Sites › Sites``).

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0.2.0 (unreleased)

* Django 1.11 / django CMS 3.4+ support
* Dropped older Django / django CMS versions
* Improved documentation

0.1.0 (unreleased)

* First experimental release

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