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Project Description

**Minicms** is simple CMS app for Django which supports i18n in some extent and
markdown WYSIWYG editor inside admin.

Same page in different languages accessed via the same URL. If page doesn't
exist in requested locale default language is used, otherwise 404 returned


- django >= 1.3
- markdown


**Minicms** should be installed using pip: ::

pip install minicms


- 'Minicms' should be in your INSTALLED_APPS ::

INSTALLED_APPS += ('minicms',)

- Add 'minicms' urlpattern to base urls and specify view function ::

('^cms/', include('minicms.urls'))

- Run `` syncdb``


**Minicms** uses 'minicms/default.html' template, passing current page in ``page``
context variable.

Page attributes you can use in template:

- ``lang`` - page language. Usually same as LANGUAGE_CODE context variable (see above)

- ``slug`` - page slug. All translations of the same page should have the same slug.
You can organize pages into some kind of hierarchy with slashes, eg:

- ``name`` - localized page name. It will appear as a text under link in menu and

- ``title`` - title of a Page, intended for use in HTML title

- ``keywords`` - page keywords intended for use in HTML meta keywords (for SEO)

- ``description`` - same as keywords but description

- ``content`` - HTML content of the page

There are also ``minicms_breadcrumbs`` and ``minicms_menu`` template tags available
in ``minicms_tags`` tag library. You can override their appearance in templates
``minicms/tags/menu`` and ``minicms/tags/breadcrumbs``. See example templates_ for

To put link on a certain page inside your templates,

{% url minicms page_slug %}


Distrubuted under `GNU lesser general public license`_.


Copyright (c) 2012 Pavel Puchkin (

Markitup_: (c) 2008 Jay Salvat (

.. _Markitup:
.. _GNU lesser general public license:
.. _templates:
.. _neoascetic:
.. _user2589:
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