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Creating a table of contents or menu based on content is time-consuming for editors and prone to errors. You may need such a feature on your data fed pages and not even have the ability to create and link to content on the page.
Here, I create an automated, on-the-fly table of contents without the need for hard-coded anchor links, regardless of the source of your content. It's easily adaptable to turn into a nav bar or similar menu. Similarly, this technique could be used to produce a summary with links on an API data feed page for rapid data analysis and drill-down capability.
At the end, I wrap it in a Wagtail stream block ready to drop into your templates.
Translating Static Template Text with Wagtail Localize
You have all your page content and snippet components translating successfully, but what to do with all those bits of static text in the non-Wagtail pages?
Static text lurks in the error pages, search results, e-mail templates and any Django pages that may be getting served on your site.
Here's an easy way to keep it all under the Wagtail Localize umbrella without the pain of making PO files and peppering your templates with blocktrans tags.
Dealing with UNIQUE Fields on a Multi-lingual Site
In Django and Wagtail, for many translation models, a copy of the page tree is made for each language rather than inserting the translated text directly into the template or model.
This poses a problem for models that have fields with UNIQUE constraints as attempting to save a copy of the default language instance will trigger an integrity error (ie duplicate key).
Fortunately, if you're using the TranslatableMixin, there's a way around this.
Configuring a Dynamic Sitemap on Wagtail
A sitemap lists a website’s most important pages, making sure search engines can find and crawl them. It's important to keep your sitemap up to date for optimal SEO.
With a quick bit of coding, you can set your sitemap to be created dynamically on demand, ensuring it always reflects the latest content. There's another tweak needed for routable pages and multi-lingual sites using wagtail-localize.