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Django template tags designed to help the navigation rendering

Project Description

Django template tags to add active class on navigation menus

Prerequisites

  • Django 1.6, 1.7, 1.8
  • Python 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4

Installation

From sources

python setup.py install

From PyPi

pip install django-navhelper

Configure your Django installation

Add geelweb.django.navhelper in your INSTALLED_APPS.

Ensure django.core.context_processors.request is in TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS. Make sure you keep the components required by the features of Django you wish to use, in doubt keep the default values.

Template tags

renavactive

Returns “active” if the pattern is found in the request path

{% load navactive %}
<li class="{% renavactive request "^/start_with_foo" %}">
    <a href="{% url "view_name" }">Menu Entry</a>
</li>

Settings

You can customize some options using settings

NAVHELPER_ACTIVE_CLASS

Default: ‘active’

The class name for active entries

NAVHELPER_NOT_ACTIVE_CLASS

Default: ‘’ (Empty string)

The class name for non-active entries

Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

0.1

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