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    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    I can upload a screenshot with 'advanced settings' tab of this page
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    is the blog page published?
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    Yep
    And here it's how it looks like when I open /blog page
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    Did you override the default blog templates? If not, does the CMS page template provided a 'content' block?
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    It's a good question, let me check
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    @yakky thanks, it's worked now! :)
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    :+1:
    probably we can improve the documentation for this part of the setup
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    Have a nice day!
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    you too!
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    @whiteplanet I missed a few message from you. Have you deleted them because you fixed the issue?
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    yes
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    good to know :)
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    Hello, I have an issue with aldryn_forms: I've successfully installed it and created a simple contact form. When I open this page, fill in all the required fields, click submit button — nothing happened, page is not posted, there are no any new logs in webserver terminal window, page is not react at all.
    Please advice, CMS ver. is 3.4.5, Django version is 1.10.8
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    As we don't use aldryn-forms, I cannot provide specific help for it. Have you added it to an apphook and published the page?
    whiteplanet
    @whiteplanet
    @yakky Thank you for the prompt reply
    Yes, I've added apphook
    Look's like I understand what is going wrong
    I've some angular apps from other plugin, looks like some of them prevent form from being submitted.
    Once again thank you for your help
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    you're welcome :)
    Humphrey Butau
    @hbutau
    Hello all. So I am trying to use aldryn news and blog in a django cms project. I have a template defined in my settings. I can create a new pages and use the layout in this template, but when i create a new article my layout is discarded and it uses another layout which is not the one I had . How do I maintain my layout. Thank you in advance.
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    Hi @hbutau I have never used aldryn-newsblog, sorry, thus I don't have first hand advices
    Maybe in the #django-cms channel on IRC or django-cms-users google groups there are divio developers that can help
    Humphrey Butau
    @hbutau
    Oh okay thanks @yakky . Is there another alternative to aldryn news though?
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    shameless plug: our own djangocms-blog :)
    Humphrey Butau
    @hbutau
    okay thank you again. will look into it too.
    Bill Blanchard
    @chromakey
    Howdy, I finally got around to looking at https://github.com/nephila/djangocms-blog/issues/387#issuecomment-341358067 . Thank you for the additional info. After reviewing the docs/code, my only open question is: is there a way to specify an image for facebook's og_image meta tag that is not the "main_image" as referenced here: https://github.com/nephila/djangocms-blog/blob/e29511b5843ddb6755d623d29d841ee00b91c76a/djangocms_blog/models.py#L373. On the surface it doesn't look like it, but thought I'd ask. TYIA!
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    @chromakey Hi, thanks for popping in. Currently there is no way to achieve that. IDK if it's worth adding an extra field for that
    Bill Blanchard
    @chromakey
    Ok thanks for the help!
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    @chromakey you're welcome :)
    We can eventually further discuss this feature on github. I see it can be useful in some cases, but I'm worried that adding fields for all valid use cases can make the model super large :thinking:
    Eyad Arafat
    @bluegrounds
    Hey,
    I'm asking about a djangocms_blog issue but I couldn't find a room for it, and my search on the Issues section on Github got me nothing, so here I am. I hope that that's okay.
    Anyway, I wanna know if there's an option or a permission that can set so that users can only edit the articles they themselves created. If there isn't any, how difficult would that be to implement my self using a custom DjangoCMS permission?
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    @bluegrounds that's the perfect room for it
    that feature it's currently not implemented and django CMS permissions wouldn't help with it
    In general Django permission system works at a model level, not at a instance one
    By overriding the admin class, though, you can filter the queryset and implement an additional check on the relevant views before calling the super
    Eyad Arafat
    @bluegrounds
    And that would still enable a super user that has control over everything, right?
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    blocking the content edit on the frontend side might be more complex, as currently there is no "easy" hook in the cms frontend editor for this

    @bluegrounds

    And that would still enable a super user that has control over everything, right?
    it's up to you at that point. You can enforce the same limits to the superuser, as you wouldn't use the Django permission, but you would check explicitly the "author" field on the blog

    Eyad Arafat
    @bluegrounds
    I see
    Well, thanks a lot man. I'll see if I up to that task :)
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    this is actually something interesting for the project, thus if you're up to, you can share the code here and I will try to help you
    Eyad Arafat
    @bluegrounds
    Oh, now it's exciting. I'll keep you posted.
    Abu Yusuf
    @Revel109
    I want to add meta keywords in every page from admin.....
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    Hi @Revel109 have you tried djangocms-page-meta ?
    Chris Kang
    @chris542
    Whenever I install with the djangocms-installer, html5lib is not up to date. It seems like there is a PR on github, but I dont think it's merged into the released version. Is this going to happen anytime soon? It's pretty annoying to change that to 1.0.1 every single time I create a project :(
    Iacopo Spalletti
    @yakky
    @chris542 Thanks for reporting. I think version 1.0.2 will be released in the next few hours to address this
    Pcoder
    @pcoder

    Hi, we are using the following setup

    djangocms-blog==0.9.0
    django-parler==1.6.3
    Django==1.9.4

    and have multiple language support. Recently, we have noted that the different language tabs for publication of blog articles are no more visible. This is causing all our articles to be be published in the primary language only and there is no option to change the language. I am suspecting the following bug nephila/djangocms-blog#307
    Any ideas? Thanks in advance