Settings

DBTEMPLATES_ADD_DEFAULT_SITE

dbtemplates adds the current site (settings.SITE_ID) to the database template when it is created by default. You can disable this feature by setting DBTEMPLATES_ADD_DEFAULT_SITE to False.

DBTEMPLATES_AUTO_POPULATE_CONTENT

dbtemplates auto-populates the content of a newly created template with the content of a template with the same name the other template loader. To disable this feature set DBTEMPLATES_AUTO_POPULATE_CONTENT to False.

DBTEMPLATES_CACHE_BACKEND

The dotted Python path to the cache backend class. See Caching for details.

DBTEMPLATES_USE_CODEMIRROR

A boolean, if enabled triggers the use of the CodeMirror based editor. Set to False by default.

DBTEMPLATES_USE_TINYMCE

New in version 1.3.

A boolean, if enabled triggers the use of the TinyMCE based editor. Set to False by default.

DBTEMPLATES_USE_REVERSION

A boolean, if enabled triggers the use of django-reversion.

DBTEMPLATES_MEDIA_PREFIX

The URL prefix for dbtemplates‘ media – CSS and JavaScript used by the CodeMirror based editor. Make sure to use a trailing slash, and to have this be different from the STATIC_URL setting (since the same URL cannot be mapped onto two different sets of files).

Warning

Starting in version 1.0, dbtemplates uses the STATIC_URL setting, originally introduced by the django-staticfiles app. The app has since been added to Django itself and isn’t needed if you use Django 1.3 or higher. Please refer to the contrib docs in that case.