Hello, I've created a simple index.html ( An intro page ).
I've a structure like this
I've to create another page yet, a form, and I don't know if I can do it in django or I can go through a simple php page. I would like to stick with django.
I don't know how I should organize Domains/Applications ore something else. Could you help me find the road ? :) Thank you.
ps: Sorry for my mighty non correct English.
Have a nice day.
Sure, you can do this with Django!
On WebFaction, you can combine different types of applications. That means a website doesn't have to be "only" Django, or "only" Wordpress. You can have a single website that uses all of them.
This is all done with Website Records.
Here is your website in URL Space (how the pages appear laid out to the user, and not related to filesystem):
This could be created with a single website record which mounts four applications.
First, you would create 4 separate applications (they can have any name):
Then, you would "mount" these 4 applications using the following URL Paths in a website record:
The URL Paths are "inclusive", so a URL like this:
Would still be part of the Django application. Something like this:
Would be part of the "base" Static/CGI/PHP application, since it didn't fall under any other application.
So, yes, you can do this on WebFaction. In fact, the ability to combine application was the primary motivation behind creating Website Records in the first place :)
Hope that helps!