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Let users bookmark their favorite objects

Project Description

django-favman
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* `Overview`_
* `Quick start`_

.. _Overview: #overview
.. _Quick start: #quick-start

.. _overview:

Overview?
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django-favman is a simple application that let users bookmark their favorites.



.. _quick-start:

Quick start
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In settings.py, add 'favman' to the INSTALLED_APPS
In urls.py add ``(r'^favorites/', include('favman.urls'))`` to your urlpatterns

In your templates ::

{% load favman_tags %}

{% favman_media %}

{{object_to_manage}}{% favman_item object=object_to_manage %}


It will create a two-state icon that indicates if the object is in the user favorites.
Clicking on this icon will toggle the state.

The user can also see the list of /favorites/list/

License
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django-favman is licensed under the GNU-LGPL

Release History

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0.1.3

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