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pypm install django-ccpages

How to install django-ccpages

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install django-ccpages
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BSD 3 Clause
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version 1.7.0 on Jan 9th, 2014


ccpages is a lightweight pages application.


Markdown, django-mptt and ccfiletypes will be installed if you don't already have them.

Quick Installation Instructions

Install ccpages:

pip install django-ccpages

Next add ccpages & MPTT to your installed apps:


ccpages requires ccfiletypes and this will be installed with pip. Make sure that ccfiletypes is also in your installed apps. It only needs to be once:


Wire it up to your root urls.py:

urlpatterns += ('',
    ('^pages/', include('ccpages.urls', namespace='ccpages')),

Then run syncdb:

python manage.py syncdb

Finally you'll need to run the collectstatic command to get all of the static files into your static root:

python manage.py collectstatic

For full info please refer to the documentation.


Password protected pages

Pages can be password protected with a password. The password is stored in plain text and this mechanism is not meant to store highly sensitive information. It is merely intended to provide a means of allowing a group of people access to content without having a dependancy on user authentication.


ccpages is released under a 3 clause BSD license.

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