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Practical Django Projects, Second Edition by James Bennett

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C H A P T E R   7

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Finishing the Weblog

Now that you've got a solid set of templates and, more important, a solid understanding of Django's template system, it's time to finish up the weblog with the final two features: a comments system with moderation and syndication feeds for entries and links.

Although Django provides applications—django.contrib.comments and django.contrib.syndication—that handle the basic functionality for both of these features, you're going to go beyond that a bit, customizing and extending their features as you go. This will involve a bit of Python code and a bit of templating, but as you'll see, it's nowhere near as much ...

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