Adding a CMS to Your Pyramid Web App Transcripts
Chapter: Redirects and the admin section
Lecture: Adding the admin backend

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0:00 We started this chapter by taking a couple of pre-greeted fake database backed redirects and wiring them into our CMS
0:10 Now, if we type '/bytes' that takes us over to the Python Bytes site. If we type '/courses', that takes us over to the courses at Talk Python Training,
0:19 We even saw how to carry on marketing extras like utm source and other query string information that we might want to pass along over there
0:28 Well, that's all good, But really, what we need is a system in place so that we can edit and create these redirects.
0:35 We'd like to be able to be sitting on our computers and say, "Hey, I'd like to have another redirect on our site."
0:41 Log in and without You're messing with the source code without touching the database.
0:45 Just start typing on the website and have additional URL redirects happen. and ultimately we're gonna use the same technique for CMS pages,
0:53 which will let us edit the content of the site directly. But we're gonna focus on redirects first because they're simpler.
0:59 So this is what we're gonna build something that looks like this. A little back into admin section that only admin users get access to.
1:06 And over in the section, we're gonna have two things: were gonna be able to list and edit redirects and list and edit pages.
1:13 As I said in this first chapter just redirects. But that's where we're headed, Okay? And we're gonna get started by building this page right here.

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