Mezzanine, Python-based CMS
Mezzanine is an open source content management system built on top of Django, a high-level Python Web framework for rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Now it is available under the BSD license.
Mezzanine was first released in 2010 by Stephen McDonald. Although it is a relatively young platform, Mezzanine holds a great promise. The CMS is famed for its super-clean interface for managing pages and blog posts, and a simple architecture. Also it has excellent security track record. Unlike other Django and Python web applications like Pinax, which essentially is a collection of reusable applications, Mezzanine takes a different approach, opting to provide most of its functionality included.
Apart from the features provided by Django web framework such as MVC architecture, ORM, templating and caching, Mezzanine also offers :
- Hierarchical page navigation
- Drag-n-drop page ordering
- WYSIWYG editor
- Build-in blogging engine and form editor
- SEO-friendly URLs and meta data
- Mobile device detection and templating
- Custom templates per page or blog post
- Gravatar and Disqus integration
- Google Analytics integration
Mezzanine makes no assumptions about the needs of your project, which means the end product will fit your organization like a glove.
You may find out more about the platform by visiting its official website: mezzanine.jupo.org
So, if you want your website to be consistent and easily managed, we offer a range of services, catered towards deploying Mezzanine. Please feel free to contact us at anytime to request a quote and learn more about our services.