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A simple blog engine for Django with multilingual capabilities.

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# w3blog version 0.4 #

w3blog is a simple blog engine for Django, with some focus on multilingual capabilities. It includes all of the basic features expected of a traditional Web log (also known as blog), as well as multilingual features, i.e. translations of blog posts which are delivered automatically in the user's preferred language using the internationalization capabilities of Django, enabling the possibility of targeting people from different countries in a single blog/site.

This django app is still a work in progress. More features will be added/completed in the near future. Currently the app's strings are translated only to English (en), Russian (ru), and Spanish (es).

To install, run "pip install w3blog". Currently tested to be compatible with Django 1.11 and 2.0.

### Quick Start ###

1. Add "weblog" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting in your

2. Include the app as well as django-summernote in your project's; for example:

url(r'^blog/', include('weblog.urls')),
url(r'^summernote/', include('django_summernote.urls')),

3. Migrate the models to the database by running "python migrate"

4. You can configure and customize the blog by adding and modifying to your liking/needs the following settings to your

'enable_comments': False,
'allow_anon_comments': False,
'multilingual': True,
'blog_title': 'Django-Weblog',
'base_template': 'weblog_base.html',
'show_author': True,
'use_authors_username': True,
'show_sidebar': True,
'show_categories': False,
'show_archive': True,
'posts_per_page': 10,
'enable_rss': True,
'home_title': 'Welcome to the blog!',

5. Note that if you use your own base template, you will either need to link Bootstrap (v4) in your base template's head, or write your own styles for the site based on the bootstrap classes. You will as well need to link files "weblog/css/weblog.css" and "weblog/js/weblog.js" in your html head, or write your own.

Read more about it here:

Note: This package depends on the following python packages (besides Django and their dependencies): django-summernote

This project was previously named django-weblog, however, I had to renamed it due to there being an existing package with the same name in PyPI.

### Changelog ###

You can view a short summary of changes for each release in the releases section of the project's page on Github.

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