Pyplate is a simple CMS written in Python.
Runs on Apache or Nginx, or a Python web server
Uses SQLite database - MySQL support in development
Generates static pages for fast page load times
Meta data and human readable URLs make it easier for Google to find your site.
Apart from this site, I've built several other sites with Pyplate:
A web site about using Apache and Nginx web servers on Linux
A cluster built with Banana Pi computers
Raspberry Web Server features Raspberry Pi tutorials
Get an overview of how Pyplate works
A brief overview of the way Pyplate generates pages
Pyplate uses themes, layouts and templates to control how pages are displayed.
Pyplate stores posts in the the content directory, and caches pages in the web root directory.
A description of the tables used in Pyplate's database.
Pyplate has several features for aiding site navigation.
How-to information for Pyplate
Use categories to organize the pages on your Pyplate site.
How to add pages to your Pyplate site.
How to edit templates and layouts in Pyplate
How to manage backups in Pyplate
How to add Disqus or Facebook comments to your site.
How to add social sharing buttons to your site
manage page caching and static pages in Pyplate
How to add images to your site using the CKEditor and Lightbox
Export and import the database to and from XML files
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