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from __future__ import unicode_literals
from django.conf.urls import include, url
from django.conf.urls.i18n import i18n_patterns
from django.contrib import admin
from django.views.i18n import set_language
from mezzanine.core.views import direct_to_template
from mezzanine.conf import settings
# Uncomment to use blog as home page. See also urlpatterns section below.
# from mezzanine.blog import views as blog_views
admin.autodiscover()
# Add the urlpatterns for any custom Django applications here.
# You can also change the ``home`` view to add your own functionality
# to the project's homepage.
urlpatterns = i18n_patterns(
# Change the admin prefix here to use an alternate URL for the
# admin interface, which would be marginally more secure.
url("^admin/", include(admin.site.urls)),
)
if settings.USE_MODELTRANSLATION:
urlpatterns += [
url('^i18n/$', set_language, name='set_language'),
]
urlpatterns += [
# We don't want to presume how your homepage works, so here are a
# few patterns you can use to set it up.
# HOMEPAGE AS STATIC TEMPLATE
# ---------------------------
# This pattern simply loads the index.html template. It isn't
# commented out like the others, so it's the default. You only need
# one homepage pattern, so if you use a different one, comment this
# one out.
url("^$", direct_to_template, {"template": "index.html"}, name="home"),
# HOMEPAGE AS AN EDITABLE PAGE IN THE PAGE TREE
# ---------------------------------------------
# This pattern gives us a normal ``Page`` object, so that your
# homepage can be managed via the page tree in the admin. If you
# use this pattern, you'll need to create a page in the page tree,
# and specify its URL (in the Meta Data section) as "/", which
# is the value used below in the ``{"slug": "/"}`` part.
# Also note that the normal rule of adding a custom
# template per page with the template name using the page's slug
# doesn't apply here, since we can't have a template called
# "/.html" - so for this case, the template "pages/index.html"
# should be used if you want to customize the homepage's template.
# NOTE: Don't forget to import the view function too!
# url("^$", mezzanine.pages.views.page, {"slug": "/"}, name="home"),
# HOMEPAGE FOR A BLOG-ONLY SITE
# -----------------------------
# This pattern points the homepage to the blog post listing page,
# and is useful for sites that are primarily blogs. If you use this
# pattern, you'll also need to set BLOG_SLUG = "" in your
# ``settings.py`` module, and delete the blog page object from the
# page tree in the admin if it was installed.
# NOTE: Don't forget to import the view function too!
# url("^$", blog_views.blog_post_list, name="home"),
# MEZZANINE'S URLS
# ----------------
# ADD YOUR OWN URLPATTERNS *ABOVE* THE LINE BELOW.
# ``mezzanine.urls`` INCLUDES A *CATCH ALL* PATTERN
# FOR PAGES, SO URLPATTERNS ADDED BELOW ``mezzanine.urls``
# WILL NEVER BE MATCHED!
# If you'd like more granular control over the patterns in
# ``mezzanine.urls``, go right ahead and take the parts you want
# from it, and use them directly below instead of using
# ``mezzanine.urls``.
url("^", include("mezzanine.urls")),
# MOUNTING MEZZANINE UNDER A PREFIX
# ---------------------------------
# You can also mount all of Mezzanine's urlpatterns under a
# URL prefix if desired. When doing this, you need to define the
# ``SITE_PREFIX`` setting, which will contain the prefix. Eg:
# SITE_PREFIX = "my/site/prefix"
# For convenience, and to avoid repeating the prefix, use the
# commented out pattern below (commenting out the one above of course)
# which will make use of the ``SITE_PREFIX`` setting. Make sure to
# add the import ``from django.conf import settings`` to the top
# of this file as well.
# Note that for any of the various homepage patterns above, you'll
# need to use the ``SITE_PREFIX`` setting as well.
# ("^%s/" % settings.SITE_PREFIX, include("mezzanine.urls"))
]
# Adds ``STATIC_URL`` to the context of error pages, so that error
# pages can use JS, CSS and images.
handler404 = "mezzanine.core.views.page_not_found"
handler500 = "mezzanine.core.views.server_error"