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mYk's contact form

Goals

myks-contact is a simple contact form. It's adequate for a personal home page. It features a basic CAPTCHA.

Setup

myks-contact is a pluggable Django application. It is tested with Django ≥ 1.11.

  1. Download and install the package from PyPI:

    $ pip install myks-contact
    
  2. Add contact to INSTALLED_APPS:

    INSTALLED_APPS += ['contact']
    

    This allows Django to discover the built-in templates and translations.

  3. Define the list of recipients in the CONTACT_EMAILS setting:

    CONTACT_EMAILS = ['you@example.com']
    
  4. Add the application to your URLconf with the contact application namespace:

    urlpatterns += [
        path('contact/', include('contact.urls', namespace='contact')),
    ]
    

To use the built-in templates, your project's base.html template must provide three blocks: title, extrahead and content, as shown in this example, and you must be using the staticfiles contrib app.

If these conditions are inconvenient, you can override the contact/form.html and contact/thanks.html templates.

Changelog

1.4

  • Update for Django 2.0.

1.3

  • Put sender email in Reply-To instead of From.

1.2

  • Responsive CSS layout.

1.1

  • Update for Django 1.8 and later.

1.0

  • Stable release.

0.3

  • Refactored tests for Django 1.6.

0.2

  • Bundled stylesheet.

0.1

  • Initial public release, extracted from my private repository.
  • Switched the implementation to class-based generic views.
  • Added documentation (README file).
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