cmsplugin_gallery_filer adds simple gallery plugin to your djangoCMS installation
- Drag&Drop reordering of photos in the plugin admin
- Uses django-filer for storing images.
Contributions and comments are welcome using Github at: http://github.com/shagi/cmsplugin_gallery_filer
Please not that cmsplugin_gallery_filer requires:
- django-inline-ordering http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-inline-ordering/
- easy-thumbnails http://pypi.python.org/pypi/easy-thumbnails/
- django-filer http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-filer/
- pip install cmsplugin_gallery_filer
- Add 'cmsplugin_gallery' to INSTALLED_APPS (if necessary)
- Run syncdb or migrate cmsplugin_gallery if using South
- Create directory for storing media files - files will be uploaded to MEDIA_ROOT + 'cmsplugin_gallery/images'. Make sure it is writable especially when running in embedded mode on production server.
- Very simple template is included with the project. To make it work 100%, install jQueryTOOLS for overlay support using your favorite method http://flowplayer.org/tools/download/index.html
The easiest approach is to use a nice feature of cmsplugin_gallery - the template autodiscovery. In order to take advantage of it, add your custom templates in the cmsplugin_gallery subdirectory of any of template dirs scanned by Django.
If you don't want to use the autodiscovery, you can hardcode available templates in settings.py using following setting:
CMSPLUGIN_GALLERY_TEMPLATES = ( ('app/template.html', 'Template #1', ), ('app/other_template.html', 'Template #2', ), )
Embed as a typical plugin.
Please use Github to report bugs, feature requests and submit your code: http://github.com/shagi/cmsplugin_gallery_filer