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- Django >= 1.7;
- DjangoCMS >= 3.3;
- Porticus >= 1.0.0 (for Porticus < 0.9 and so for DjangoCMS 2.x use the plugin version <0.2 from the branch djangocms_2);
Warning: Since 0.3.0, database migration has been switched to Django 1.7 migrations system and South support has been dropped. The South migration files are still there but moved to south_migrations, resulting in you need south==1.x to use them. This is only needed if you need to migrate project datas to the last Porticus version, you don’t have to care about this if you just start a new project.
- South migration is supported;
In your INSTALLED_APPS setting :
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'cmsplugin_porticus', ... )
Then add its settings :
from cmsplugin_porticus.settings import *
See the plugin settings.py file to see what settings you can override.
Once installed you can insert porticus Galleries or Albums in your page through the CMS toolbar. Each Porticus content in your pages can use a template from the defined ones in your settings.
For Album cloud tags if enabled, you will need to do some CSS to manage size diff between tags, class name start from tag-size-1 to tag-size-XXX where XXX is equivalent to settings.PORTICUS_ALBUM_PLUGIN_CLOUD_STEPS value (default is 6). Cloud tag html lives inside porticus/cms/album_detail.html.
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