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README.rst

Fancy CMS-style page editing for Oscar

This project is deprecated!

The integration with of django-fancypages with django-oscar is now an optional part of django-fancypages itself. Please use the new integration when using fancypages with Oscar.

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This Django app is an extension that integrates django-fancypages with django-oscar and provides it's features as a content enhancement system to Oscar. The fancy pages integrate with the category structure of Oscar by wrapping around the ProductCategory model, plugging them into the category tree of Oscar. As a result, the existing category structure is available as fancy pages after installing django-oscar-fancypages (OFP) and creating a fancypage creates a ProductCategory that can be used to display products.

For more details on fancy pages refer to django-fancypages

Installation

Before installing OFP and use it with your project, make sure that you have setup django-oscar properly. If you haven't done so, please check the Oscar documentation for installation instructions. Come back here after you have successfully set up your Oscar sandbox and follow these steps:

  1. Install django-oscar-fancypages from the github repo using pip. Currently there's no PyPI release available. To install run the following command:

    $ pip install git+https://github.com/tangentlabs/django-oscar-fancypages.git
    
  2. Add all required third-party apps and the OFP apps to your INSTALLED_APPS. There are convenience functions available to make it easier:

    import oscar_fancypages.utils as ofp_utils
    INSTALLED_APPS = [
        ...
    ] + ofp_utils.get_required_apps() + ofp_utils.get_oscar_fancypages_apps()
    
  3. For all the static files and templates that are required from django-fancypages, you have to add a couple of extra lines to make sure that these files can be overwritten locally by putting the search locations in the right order. Again, there's a convenience function available:

    TEMPLATE_DIRS = [
        ...
    ] + ofp_utils.get_oscar_fancypages_paths('templates')
    
    ...
    
    STATICFILES_DIRS = [
        ...
    ] + ofp_utils.get_oscar_fancypages_paths('static')
    
  4. Next, you have to add the editor middleware that let's you access the editor panel on pages with a fancypage container:

    MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
        ...
        'fancypages.middleware.EditorMiddleware',
    )
    
  5. To hook up all the pages, the dashboard and the integrated asset manager you need to add the URL patterns to your project's urls.py. The basic URLs can be included using:

    urlpatterns = patterns('',
        ...
        url(r'', include('oscar_fancypages.urls')),
    )
    

    Make sure that you add it after all your other pages to make sure that it only looks for OFP pages when all other lookups have failed. Otherwise you won't be able to see anything but OFP pages.

  6. Finally, it makes sense to add all the default settings for OFP to your settings.py to prevent errors caused by missing settings, e.g. the twitter package does not allow unset API keys and tokens. Use the following at the end of your settings.py before overriding any of the settings:

    from oscar_fancypages.defaults import *
    

License

django-oscar-fancypages is released under the permissive New BSD license.

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