Django provides the following helper functions that allow you to create your own template tags in an easy way:
simple_tag: Processes the data and returns a string
inclusion_tag: Processes the data and returns a rendered template
You are currently using SQLite for your blog project. This is sufficient for development purposes. However, for a production environment, you will need a more powerful database, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, or Oracle. We will change our database to PostgreSQL because It's much more robust and the Django ORM (Object …
Django has a built-in syndication feed framework that you can use to dynamically generate RSS or Atom feeds in a similar manner to creating sitemaps using the site's framework. A web feed is a data format (usually XML) that provides users with frequently updated content. Users will be able to …
Django comes with a sitemap framework, which allows you to generate sitemaps for your site dynamically. A sitemap is an XML file that tells search engines the pages of your website, their relevance, and how frequently they are updated. A valid sitemap increases your website's search engine ranking.
When you start adding content to your blog, you will soon realize you need to split the list of posts across several pages. Django has a built-in pagination class that allows you to manage paginated data easily.