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Frequently Asked Questions and more

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FAQ

What is Aldryn?

Aldryn is the former name of the Divio Cloud. You'll still see some references to it in our addons, code, domain names and documentation.
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Does Divio Cloud provide all of the standard django CMS features?

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Does django CMS require Divio Cloud?

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Is a free trial available?

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What database backends are available with Divio Cloud?

Can I use MySQL or another database engine instead of the default Postgres?
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How can I create a weblog?

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Why can't I save raw HTML in the django CMS CKEditor?

I have added some HTML to the source of my content in the CKEDitor, but after saving, it has been stripped. Is there a way around this?
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Can I add Google analytics to my website?

Google Analytics is a comprehensive visitor tracking service for websites.
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What is the Local Development Environment?

Divio Cloud runs on your own computer, providing a local environment for development that matches the one on our servers.
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What is the difference between “paid live server” and “paid organisation membership”?

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Can I install New Relic on Divio Cloud?

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Does Divio Cloud provide an SMTP server?

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Obtaining the IP address of visiting hosts

Because of our architecture, request.META['REMOTE_ADDR'] isn't directly available, but you can get the IP address by other means.
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