Rated reviews for Django
Rated reviews application for Django
Rated reviews is derived from Django “excontrib” Comments and can be used to attach reviews with rating to any model. The core difference from comments is that user can provide only one review per item. Rating is expressed by a number and by default visualized with stars. However, it can be changed to whatever you want. Rating grades are also configurable.
Optionally rating can be weighted. For instance, you can designate experts whose rating would be more valuable. Alternatively, add weight to reviews of real byers of sold product.
- Python 2.7+ or Python 3.3+
- Django 1.11+
django-rated-reviews using pip:
pip install django-rated-reviews
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'reviews', ... )
manage.py migrate so that Django will create the review tables.
Add the reviews app’s URLs to your project’s urls.py:
urlpatterns = [ ... url(r'^reviews/', include('reviews.urls')), ... ]
Use the review template tags to embed reviews in your templates.
All configuration settings are optional.
The maximum length of the review comment field, in characters. Comments longer than this will be rejected. Defaults to
False (default) reviews are not published until they are moderated in admin. If user modifies existing review it is considered unmoderated again.
The maximum review form timeout in seconds. The default value is
2 * 60 * 60 (2 hours).
Custom rating choices, each represented by one star (currently the maximum supported number is 10). Default choices are:
REVIEW_RATING_CHOICES = ( ('1', _('Terrible')), ('2', _('Poor')), ('3', _('Average')), ('4', _('Very Good')), ('5', _('Excellent')), )
True (default) rating text (as specified by choices) is displayed next to rating stars.
False review comment is checked against words in
PROFANITIES_LIST. If it contains any of the words, review is rejected.
Review admin exposes a link to review on a web site. By default it is shown as ▶. It can be changed to any other symbol or text,
e.g. if Font Awesome is attached to admin the following setting can be used:
'<i class="fas fa-external-link-alt"></i>'.
Custom reviews app can be set that will define custom
Review model or rating weight system.
Custom rating weight definition
def get_review_user_weight(user, target): if user.has_perm('reviews.can_moderate'): return 50 from .models import Product, Order if isinstance(target, Product): count = Order.objects.filter(user=user.pk, item__product=target.pk, status=Order.STATUS_DONE ).count() if count > 0: return 10 return 1
Application code is derived from Django “excontrib” Comments.
Rating widget uses star-rating.js library by Paul Ryley.
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