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Uses Dropzone.js and django-braces to simplify the upload of multiple images into a collection object.

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# Django Dropimages # Uses [Dropzone.js]( and [django-braces]( to simplify the upload of multiple images into a collection object.

## Installation Install from PyPI with pip:

pip install –pre django-dropimages

## Documentation Add ‘django_dropimages’ to the list of installed apps.

Add url(r’^__dropimages__/’, include(django_dropimages.urls)), to your

Add {% load drop_images %} at the start of the template, {% drop_images_js %} where the javascripts are loaded, and {% drop_images %} where you want the dropzone to show.

Each image file dropped into the dropzone will create a DropimagesImage model, contained in a DropimagesGallery unique for every dropzone instance. You can customize in order to specify which model will hold the image instead of DropimagesImage, or completely override the called urls and use your own logic.

## Configuration Provides a setting dictionary that you can add in your project’s settings module to customize its behavior.


#### keys:


    Specify a DOM node id which will be set to ‘display: block’ once all the files are processed, useful to integrate the dropzone into another modelform or wizard (see the examples).


    Specify the id of a select field to be filled with the DropimagesGallery Django instance pk once the upload is complete, useful to integrate the dropzone into another modelform or wizard (see the examples).


    Overrides the url where file data is POSTed, so you can use your own view to save the data. An option ?gallery_id is automatically appended to the url, which is the same for every file uploaded but unique among different dropzone instances.


    Overrides the url to ask for immediate image removal from the dropzone, so you can use your own view. Two options are automatically appended to the url; ?gallery_id which is the same for every file into the dropzone but unique among different dropzone instances, and original_filename which should be saved into DropimagesImage or whichever model you use to save images in order to identify them.


    Use the specified model ( must be a appname.ModelName string ) to save the uploaded images. Model must have a ForeignKey to dropimages.DropImagesGallery called dropimages_gallery and a dropimages_original_filename CharField.


    Save the image into the specified field name of the DROPIMAGE_MODEL model.


    The message that gets displayed before any files are dropped.

## Example To navigate the example page (assuming you use [virtualenvwrapper]( :

mkvirtualenv django-dropimages pip install example/requirements.txt add2virtualenv . python example/ migrate python example/ runserver

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