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Cufon made easy in Django

Project description

Easy Cufon with Django. Django-cufon provides easy-to-use template tags for use with rendering Cufon text in your HTML with Django.

It provides:

  • A tag named {% cufon-script %} that includes the Cufon JavaScripts. This is meant to be put in HEAD.
  • A tag named {% cufon %} that handles rendering your Cufon texts.

read the docs for more information.

Example

In your HEAD be sure to include the Cufon scripts and your fonts:

{% load cufon %}
<html>
<head>
    <title>My awesome page</title>
    {% cufon-script %}
    <script language="text/javascript" src="{{ STATIC_URL }}fonts/my_cufon_font.js"></script>
    [...]

Then, in your body where you want to Cufon some text:

<h1>{% cufon "All your base are belong to us!" "MyAwesomeFont" %}</h1>

The above example will render the text All your base are belong to us! in the Cufon font called MyAwesomeFont

Documentation

For a little more documentation, though not much more, see the docs folder or read the documentation online

Authors & Special Thanks

django-cufon was written by Jonathan Enzinna

Many special thanks to Simo Kinnunen for creating Cufon in the first place.

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