Setting up a Python website with Ajenti V (Django example)

In this tutorial we will set up a Python website with Ajenti V, using a test Django project as example. 
Prerequisites: Ajenti V (NGINX, Python-WSGI packages)

(Optional) creating a Django project
1. Create an empty project and DB 
$ startproject testsite
$ cd testsite
$ ./ syncdb
$ echo 'STATIC_ROOT="public/static"' >> testsite/
$ mkdir -p public/static
$ ./ collectstatic
2. Create virtualenv
$ virtualenv env
$ source env/bin/activate
$ pip install Django gunicorn
Setting up Ajenti V
1. Navigate to Ajenti panel, and open Websites section. Click Create button, and expand newly created New Website entry.
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2. Uncheck Maintenance mode checkbox, and Path to your website's path.
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3. Under Identification page, Create and set a domain entry.
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4. Under Content page, Create a new content entry of type Python.

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Set the Virtualenv path (/env) and Django-generated WSGI module name (testsite.wsgi)

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4. Optionally, create an additional Static Files entry for Django's static files

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5. Click Apply changes

6. Done! Now navigate to http://domain/.

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