pysite.sitemgrΒΆ

Module of the SiteManager.

All sites and pages are dynamically read from the filesystem.

Sites are located inside a specific directory that is set in class attribute models.Sites.SITES_DIR on application start. Each site is a subdirectory; its master configuration settings are read from a YAML file with the same name, which is also stored in the SITES_DIR. User-defined settings are stored in the YAML file rc.yaml, which is located inside the subdirectory of the site.

Each site contains a subdirectory “assets” which is intended to contain static assets like CSS files and images. It is published via a static route in Pyramid.

Each site also contains a subdirectory “content”. This directory contains the published pages of the site.

A page needs two files: one with extension ”.jinja2”. This contains the content and the filename is used in the page’s URL. The second needed file is a file with the same name and extension ”.yaml”. It contains the page’s settings.

For example:

SITES_DIR
|
+-- www.site-1.com.yaml
+-- www.site-1.com
|   |
|   +-- rc.yaml
|   +-- assets
|   +-- plugins
|   +-- content
|       |
|       +-- index.yaml
|       +-- index.jinja2
|       |
|       +-- page-2.yaml
|       +-- page-2.jinja2
|
+-- www.site-2.com.yaml
+-- www.site-2.com
    [...]

See pysite.sitemgr.models for a description how the SiteManager connects to the resource tree.

See pysite.sitemgr.page for details about creating pages and linking.

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