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 == About django-better-chunks ==
 Think of it as flatpages for small bits of reusable content you might want to insert into your templates and manage from the admin interface.
 
-By adding chunks to your installed apps list in your Django project and performing a ./manage.py syncdb, you'll be able to add as many "keyed" bits of content chunks to your site.
+By adding {{{chunks}}} to your installed apps list in your Django project and performing a {{{./manage.py syncdb}}}, you'll be able to add as many "keyed" bits of content chunks to your site.
 
 The idea here is that you can create a chunk of content, name it with a unique key (for example: home_page_left_bottom) and then you can call this content from a normal template. 
 
 
 This is really helpful in those cases where you want to use django.contrib.flatpages but you need multiple content areas.
 
-django-better-chunks is a fork off Clint Ecker's project [[http://code.google.com/p/django-chunks/|django-chunks]] which adds i18n multi-language support and lets you tie chunks to sites if you're using {{{django.contrib.sites framework}}}.
+django-better-chunks is a fork off Clint Ecker's project [[http://code.google.com/p/django-chunks/|django-chunks]]. It adds i18n multi-language support and lets you tie chunks to sites if you're using {{{django.contrib.sites}}}.