Simple Django galleries.
A set of utilities for creating gallery models and admin classes.
Define models for all of the types you want to put in your gallery, then create a Gallery subclass that specifies which models to allow for its members.
In older versions, we recommended that you extend django-gallery’s included ImageModel or EmbedModel classes if your gallery contained those types. Those models are now deprecated. Just define your own!
from galleries.models import Gallery from imagekit.models import ImageSpec from imagekit.processors import Crop class YouTubeVideo(models.Model): title = models.CharField(max_length=50) embed_code = models.TextField() thumbnail = models.ProcessedImageField([Crop(60, 60)], upload_to='gallery_posters') class Photo(models.Model) title = models.CharField(max_length=50) description = models.CharField(max_length=255, blank=True) original_image = models.ImageField(upload_to='galleries') thumbnail = models.ImageSpec([Crop(60, 60)], image_field='original_image') class ApartmentGallery(Gallery): class GalleryMeta: member_models = [Photo, YouTubeVideo]
The gallery class will automatically create a membership (through) model, which will be accessible at ApartmentGallery.Membership.
from .models import ApartmentGallery from galleries.admin import register_gallery_admin register_gallery_admin(ApartmentGallery)
INSTALLED_APPS = ( 'imagekit', ... )
This should register you new app with our galleries models and include the thumbnail preview.
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