texsite delivers great and ready-to-use page templates for the modern, flexible and user-focused web contentmanagement system Wagtail CMS backed by the popular Django web framework, both written in Python.
texsite delivers great and ready-to-use page templates for the modern, flexible and user-focused web content management system Wagtail CMS backed by the popular Django web framework, both written in Python.
Based on the amazing StreamField introduced with Wagtail release 1.0, which texsite uses extensively, it has never been easier for editors to author awesome pages. Read more on how this concept works in the great blog article Rich text fields and faster horses written by Matt Westcott, lead technical developer of Wagtail.
Below is the list of currently supported combinations of Wagtail, Django and Python:
|1||1.9||1.8||2.7, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5|
|2||1.9||1.9, 1.10||2.7, 3.4, 3.5|
Code and contribution
The code is open source and released under the ISC License (ISCL). It is available on GitHub and follows the guidelines about Semantic Versioning for transparency within the release cycle and backward compatibility whenever possible.
All contributions are welcome, whether bug reports, code contributions and reviews, documentation or feature requests.
|File Name & Hash SHA256 Hash Help||Version||File Type||Upload Date|
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|py2.py3||Wheel||Apr 22, 2017|
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