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A simple plugin allowing to add footnotes in django CMS.

Project Description

A simple plugin allowing to add footnotes in django CMS.

Requirements

Installation

  1. [sudo] pip install cmsplugin-footnote
  2. Add 'cmsplugin_footnote', to your INSTALLED_APPS
  3. ./manage.py syncdb
  4. ./manage.py collectstatic
  5. Add {% load footnote %} and one {% footnote_list %} in your CMS template(s).

Translations

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Localization is done directly on our Transifex page. There is no access restriction, so feel free to spend two minutes translating cmsplugin-footnote to your language :o)

Get & Compile

  1. Make sure you have transifex-client installed: [sudo] pip install transifex-client
  2. Pull all translations from Transifex: tx pull -a
  3. Compile them: cd cmsplugin_footnote && django-admin.py compilemessages
Release History

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