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django-filer cms plugins for django-cms

Merge pull request #167 from nZac/fix-folder-template-loop

Fixed broken template name in folder plugin
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Iacopo Spalletti yakky authored

README.rst

cmsplugin-filer

A set of cms plugins that replace the plugins shipped with django-cms with versions that use file fields from django-filer.

Warning: starting with version 0.10 support for django-cms 2.x was dropped (table renaming magic removal). Pin your dependencies to cmsplugin-filer<0.10 for django-cms 2.x projects.

NOTICE TO DJANGO 1.7 USERS:

To use cmsplugin-filer, you must use the latest commits from the 3.0.x branch of django CMS.

Dependencies

  • django-filer >= 0.9
  • Django >= 1.4
  • django-cms >= 3.0
  • django-sekizai >= 0.4.2
  • easy_thumbnails >= 1.0
  • django-appconf

Installation

To get started using cmsplugin-filer:

  • install it with pip:

    $ pip install cmsplugin-filer
    
  • configure django-filer as documented in http://django-filer.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation.html#configuration

  • add the plugins to INSTALLED_APPS:

    INSTALLED_APPS = (
        ...
        'cmsplugin_filer_file',
        'cmsplugin_filer_folder',
        'cmsplugin_filer_link',
        'cmsplugin_filer_image',
        'cmsplugin_filer_teaser',
        'cmsplugin_filer_video',
        ...
    )
    
  • for Django 1.7 users, you need to add the following to your MIGRATION_MODULES settings:

    MIGRATION_MODULES = {
        ...
        'cmsplugin_filer_file': 'cmsplugin_filer_file.migrations_django',
        'cmsplugin_filer_folder': 'cmsplugin_filer_folder.migrations_django',
        'cmsplugin_filer_link': 'cmsplugin_filer_link.migrations_django',
        'cmsplugin_filer_image': 'cmsplugin_filer_image.migrations_django',
        'cmsplugin_filer_teaser': 'cmsplugin_filer_teaser.migrations_django',
        'cmsplugin_filer_video': 'cmsplugin_filer_video.migrations_django',
        ...
    }
    
    NOTE: For Django 1.7, you **must** also be using the latest commits to the CMS Support 3.0.x branch and the latest develop branch of django-filer.
    
  • run migrate.

You can also set FILER_IMAGE_USE_ICON in your settings.py to configure cmsplugin_filer_image plugin to use 32x32 icons for representing plugin instances.

The default template in cmsplugin_filer_image expects the subject location functionality to be enabled. Follow: http://django-filer.readthedocs.org/en/0.9.2/installation.html#subject-location-aware-cropping

Upgrading

Please note that current develop version moved plugin packages from src directory to project root. This may break your installation if upgrading. Uninstall any previous cmsplugin_filer installation (either from Pypi or from github repository) and reinstall it.

Integrations

djangocms-text-ckeditor

cmsplugin_filer_image provides integration with djangocms-text-ckeditor. Add this setting to enable it:

TEXT_SAVE_IMAGE_FUNCTION='cmsplugin_filer_image.integrations.ckeditor.create_image_plugin'

This allows dragging images into the text editor in Firefox and newer versions of IE.

Customisation

Most plugins (file, folder, image and teaser) support configuring custom "styles" (templates).

e.g add the following settings for the image plugin:

CMSPLUGIN_FILER_IMAGE_STYLE_CHOICES = (
    ('default', 'Default'),
    ('boxed', 'Boxed'),
)
CMSPLUGIN_FILER_IMAGE_DEFAULT_STYLE = 'boxed'

Now, if a template exists at cmsplugin_filer_image/plugins/image/boxed.html it will be used. If not, it will fall back to cmsplugin_filer_image/plugins/image/default.html. If a css class in the default template is enough, it can be used in the template as {{ instance.style }}.

For backwards compatibility the plugin will always use cmsplugin_filer_image/image.html if it exists. Remove that template after migrating to the new structure.

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