|Initial release||May 2007|
|Available in||16+ languages|
|Type||Content management system|
|License||Revised BSD License|
django CMS 1.0 was created by Thomas Steinacher.
django CMS 2.0 was a complete rewrite of the system by Patrick Lauber, itself based on a fork of django-page-cms.
django CMS 3.0 was released in 2013.
django CMS is backed by Divio AG, a Swiss software company.
It is maintained by a team of full-time developers and open-source community members; a complete list of contributors is available.
As of 10 June 2016[update], django CMS 3.0 is compatible with Django versions 1.8 and 1.7.
As of 15 September 2016[update], django CMS 3.4 introduced a Long Term Support (LTS) release cycle.
As of 5 March 2018[update], django CMS 3.5 introduced structure board decoupled from page rendering and offer Page copy between sites, compatible with Django 1.8 to 1.11
As of 29 January 2019, django CMS 3.6 introduced Django 2.0 and 2.1 support
As of 25 September 2019, django CMS 3.7 introduced Django 2.2 support
As of 22 April 2020, django CMS 3.7 introduced Django 3.0 support
django CMS handles multilingual content by default. Its administration interface supports several languages.
- edit all plugins within the page.
- Reusable plugins
- use django CMS plugins in your own apps.
- Flexible Plugin Architecture
- build flexible pages with a wide range of plugins.
- Search Engine Optimization
- the structure of the pages is optimized for indexing.
- Editorial workflow
- workflows for publishing and approval.
- Permission Management
- set specific rights to different users.
- each modification of the page will be saved. You can restore any state you wish.
- administer multiple websites over the same admin interface.
- support for different languages (i.e. Arabic, Chinese or Russian)
- Applications (Apps)
- add apps to different pages of the CMS.
- Media Asset Manager (MAM)
- allows you to manage all kind of assets (pictures, PDFs, videos and other documents).
- Canonical, for the Ubuntu developer portal and Ubucon websites
- NASA on their site Flight Opportunities
- Mercedes-Benz on their site Mercedes Benz Formula 1
- Stadler Rail on their site 
- APG SGA (formerly Affichage) on their site 
- PBS on their Arts site.
- Libération on their site 
- Salt Mobile (formerly Orange Switzerland) on their site 
- L'Oréal on their Men Expert site
- The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) student and resident hub
- Carnegie Corporation of New York homepage
- Mint Museum website
- Radio Zürisee website
- Parrot SA website
- National Geographic's Education page
- Bonduelle Group, for their Bonduelle Americas and Arctic Gardens websites.
- "divio / django-cms". github.com. Retrieved 28 February 2020.
- "django CMS Translations". Transifex. Retrieved 22 September 2019.
- "LICENSE". Github. Retrieved 22 September 2019.
- "Developers". django-cms.org. Retrieved 18 March 2018.
- "Django Packages: CMS Comparison". djangopackages.com. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
- "Languages used by Django CMS". github.com. Retrieved 17 November 2009.
- "Developers". django-cms.org. Retrieved 18 March 2018. — a list of developers, and tools used.
- "Case studies | A showcase of websites made with django CMS". django CMS. Retrieved 22 September 2019.