Wagtail Tutorial Series

Last updated on Sep 21 2019 by Michael Yin

What you will get from my Wagtail Tutorial

  1. 20+ great articles which teach you how to build a standard blog using Wagtail CMS from scratch
  2. An open source project (wagtail-bootstrap-blog) on Github hosting all source code of the tutorial. You can find live demo URL on the project homepage.
  3. An open source portfolio landing page built using Wagtail CMS (wagtail-freelancer). You can find live demo URL on the project homepage.

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I spend much time on this Wagtail Tutorial (20+ articles and multiple open source projects) to help people learn Wagtail, try to make this world better.

For the better experience, I removed the annoying ads from all tutorial pages, so I can not get money from my blog.

You can support my work for Wagtail by buying my book on Wagtail, I wish I can help more people. Support My Work


Table of Contents:

Review

Tutorials

Advanced Features

Wagtail Tips

Write theme for Wagtail project

I have seen many people are still using old CSS to add style to their Wagtail projects.

So I wrote some posts to help them write SCSS instead of CSS in Wagtail projects, I think SCSS is better and I strongly recommend you to give it a try.

How to deploy your Wagtail project

Michael is a passionate Python developer from China and love writing code, articles about Django and Wagtail CMS.

Michael Yin

Full Stack Developer

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