Setting up a Raspberry Pi web server

Raspberry Pi web server

Pyplate CMS

I’ve written an installation script for using Pyplate with Nginx.  Caching works slightly better with Nginx, and it uses very little memory. I’ve updated the Pyplate installation instructions with information on Nginx.

I’ve also set up a Pyplate forum where you can ask questions about Pyplate and send feedback. Pyplate is still in beta testing, so feel free to let me know if you have questions about it.

These are the latest screenshots of Pyplate's UI

This is the default sample page for Pyplate Python CMS.

I’ve been writing a CMS in Python for a few months, and now it’s ready for beta testing.  You can see how to install it here: http://www.pyplate.com/install-pyplate

It’s pretty basic at the moment, but Pyplate does have some nice features like SEO friendly URLs, page caching, and it generates a sitemap and RSS files.  

You can run Pyplate on a Raspberry Pi, or anything that supports Linux and Apache.  The Pyplate site is currently hosted on a PC.

I’ve been busy working on a different project for the last few months, so it’s a while since I posted anything on my Raspberry Pi site.  Well I finally got around to finishing off an article about learning CSS on a Raspberry Pi.

The next article is going to be about the CSS box model.

Woohoo, I’ve just reached 200 followers!  Thanks to everyone who’s liked, reblogged and viewed my blog :)

I’ve designed two more themes for my CMS

These are screen shots of my CMS’s UI.  There’s some debug info printed out in some of them - the UI is still in development.

I’ve been developing different themes for the CMS that I use to power my Raspberry Pi site.  The blank spaces would normally contain adverts.