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This is a fork of django-tagging-autocomplete, which can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/django-tagging-autocomplete/ It's virtually the same app, only it's changed to work with django-taggit: http://github.com/alex/django-taggit *** Installation *** 1. You need to have django-taggit already installed 2. Download django-taggit-autocomplete and use setup.py to install it on your system: python setup.py install 3. Download jquery-autocomplete and put it in the folder specified in your project's MEDIA_URL setting. If you want to put it somewhere else add TAGGIT_AUTOCOMPLETE_JS_BASE_URL to your project settings. 4. Add "taggit_autocomplete" to installed apps in your project's settings. 5. Add the following line to your project's urls.py file: (r'^taggit_autocomplete/', include('taggit_autocomplete.urls')), *** Usage *** ** Using the model field ** You can use TaggableManager to enable autocompletion right in your models.py file. In most cases this is the easiest solution. Example: from django.db import models from taggit_autocomplete.managers import TaggableManager class SomeModel(models.Model): tags = TaggableManager()