Free django CMS demo installation
Want to quickly see how the open-source software django CMS works? You'll find a free and updated demo installation of django CMS here.
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About django CMS
Django CMS is a free open source content management system written in Django and Python. It was initially developed by Thomas Steinacher and launched version 1.0 in May 2007. Version 2.0 came with a complete rewrite of the system by Patrick Lauber, based on a fork of django-page-cms. Django CMS is supported by Divio AG, a Swiss software company, a committed team of full-time developers and other community members who are working on improving Django CMS features with each release. The content management system supports multilingual content and its administration panel is displayed in several languages, with more being translated by the community of volunteers through Transifex.
Django CMS was built for developers, marketers and business owners, offering functionality that would satisfy everyone. Django CMS features are intuitive and easy to use, especially considering the drag-and-drop interface. It also has built-in SEO tools and a lot of other features that make it the go-to content management for many content managers and marketers around the world. Front-end editing and support for a variety of editors with advanced text editing features are some other examples worth mentioning that make the life of any content marketer a lot easier.
Django CMS features can also be extended by any developer that knows his way around Python, as this is a very well-behaved Django application. If you want to extend the current available functionality you will find tutorials, how-to guides and references in their documentation. The flexible plugins system allows developers to create plugins and provide editors with powerful tools that come with a simple interface.
If you want to get a complete Django CMS review you can try the content management system on their official website. There you will find a Django CMS demo that will walk you through its features and show you why tens of thousands of website across the globe use it. Use your email address to login or create a new account and see how an admin demo looks like. If you want to set up your own Django CMS demo site you will first need to set up your environment. To get your Django CMS demo up and running you’ll need Django 1.8, 1.9 or 1.10 and Python 2.7, 3.3 or 3.4. You will need to use the Python installer and the Django CMS installer, which is a helpful script that takes care of setting up a new project. After that you can start customizing your online demo. There are no Django CMS themes available, like you are used to with WordPress or Joomla, but you are able to accommodate absolutely any design and frontend interface or architecture. What this actually means is that even though there aren’t specific Django CMS themes designed, you can choose one of the thousands of themes available, that are free and open source and it will quickly be integrated into you Django CMS demo site.
On March 6, 2018, version 3.5.1 was released under a BSD licenses and you can download and try it using the link below.
|CMS name||django CMS|
|CMS Categories||CMS / Portals, ECM|
|Current version (stable)||3.5.1|
|Latest release date (stable)||03/06/2018|
|First release date||05/01/2007|
|License||The 3-Clause BSD License|
|CMS Demo available||(see above)|
|Admin Demo available||(see above)|