Menu helpers for django projects
django-menus is an app that provides some useful template helpers for rendering and handling menus within django projects.
To use in in your django project, it needs to be installed:
$ pip install django-menus
And "menus" needs to be in your settings.INSTALLED_APPS.
- 1.1.2 - Create li_menu_item_disabled template tag, that will show the menu
- item, but have it as disabled if the user may not access it.
1.1.1 - Pass through args and kwargs to the test function if it accepts them.
1.0.9 - Allow for adding classes, and buttons as menu items.
1.0.8 - Allow for absolute urls, ie, pointing to another server. We never try to validate these for permission to view, it is assumed the user can.
1.0.7 - Change how version number is stored. Include a new li-item.html template, and refactor how the template is found. Check func_code exists before accessing it. Refactor some of the handling of paths. Better handle quoting issues.
1.0.6 - Documentation fix only.
1.0.5 - Actually install all of the static media/templates.
1.0.4 - Don’t fail on install if README.md missing.
1.0.3 - Repackaged to include README.rst [Thanks to John Bazik firstname.lastname@example.org]
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