post_list.htmltemplate (https://github.com/nephila/djangocms-blog/blob/develop/djangocms_blog/templates/djangocms_blog/post_list.html) to fit your design
On my laptop I'm building a Django CMS site. It has a few pages, including one with an instance of djangocms-blog.
When I try to deploy it to Heroku, after I do the schema migrations I can see there is no data related to the djangocms-blog.
I must be missing something as I'm just starting with django CMS.
How do I migrate the data of my CMS pages and the rest, to my production environment in Heroku?
I tried looking into the docs but I couldnt find anything. Does this mean I have to use DIVIO?
Thanks in advance for your help
Hello, I'm looking at putting together a CMS project with multi-site support. I've setup lots of CMS projects, but never with multiple sites from the same system.
What's the status of djangocms-multisite?
SITE_ID is the kind of approach we're looking for to make things as dynamic as possible. The ultimate goal being to add a
Client object to the database & their site start working without having to change the django project.
Does anybody know of a solution to authentication between domains?
We're creating a CMS platform (single database), using djangocms-multisite which will create a Site object for a client when they're added to our
Client table. I'll use the CMS api to create some default content, but then when navigating to those new pages on that site, I need a solution to be authenticated.
If it's a subdomain it's just done with
SESSION_COOKIE_DOMAIN but in all likelihood we'll be looking at top level domains pointing at our system & creating site objects for them.