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Currently we work on a migration to Django-CMS.
So, the most parts of this page is invalid ;)
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PyLucid used the django template engine for building the html page.

You can add templates and use them for a couple of pages.
You can use different templates and style combination, because every PageTree entry are associated to a design:
e.g. PageTree 1, 2 and 3 used Design "A", pages 4,5,6 used Design "B" etc.

A Design is a combination of template, Headfiles (stylesheet files) and a color scheme:

Nearly all output can be customized. See also Webpages who use PyLucid.

There are two different templates, both uses the django template engine:

Every PageTree can have it's own Design.

↑ clone a Design  #

To get a copy of existing Templates/Styles etc. use the clone design feature:

This clone a existing page design with all associated components.

↑ customized Design  #

You can edit Styles/Templates directly in the browser.

The fastest way is to use the sub menu points under, from the normal page view:

↑ design switcher  #

Since 65bda3f you can temporally switch the design for all pages.
This is good for testing new style/templates without to develop in the public ;)

You find "Template/Style switcher" under:

↑ workflow  #

To start a new customise design, you can do this in this way:

And the bad news:
Today, there exist no good way, to switch templates/styles or mass assign style/templates to pages, discuss:
The easy way to do this now, is to change the existing design and assign the other template/colorscheme to it.

↑ design <-> template  #

The relationship between the design and the template would be set by the path to the design as a string.

If you will rename a template, you must do this in two steps:

↑ sub pages  #

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