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Alternate CMS

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Alternate CMS first beta release was on August 1st, 2021.[1] Its goal is to fill the need for an eCommerce back-end with complete content management system functionality. It combines the best of Django and Python under the hood, while being flexible, easy to use, and extendable.

A few of its features include:[2]

Multi-site capability,

Reusable Design,

Approval Workflow (moderation),

Integrated Statistics,

Link Management,

Filterable table of contents

Granular privileges,

Distinct Frontend + Backend,

Captcha, SSL, LDAP authentication,

Session management,

Response time for security issues usually within 48h, Sandbox for development,

User registration with double opt-in,

Controllable backup,

Open-Source Databases


The content management system started as a combination of the content management systems Django CMS and Oscar Commerce.[3]


  1. "About Alternate CMS". AlternateCMS.
  2. "Alternate CMS". AlternateCMS.
  3. "History". Alternate CMS.

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