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Allow you to call a plugin model attribute from a placeholder in django-cms

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Django CMS Placeholder Attribute


``djangocms_placeholder_attr`` allow you to call a plugin model
attribute from a placeholder in
`django-cms <>`__


- `django-cms <>`__


- Download the source and run ``python install``
- Put in your INSTALLED\_APPS:
``INSTALLED_APPS += ('djangocms-placeholder-attr', )``


``cms_placeholder_attr`` provide two tags ``placeholder_attr`` and
``show_placeholder_attr`` which are similar to django-cms
``placeholder`` and ``show_placeholder`` tags, but plugin model

- ``placeholder_attr``

.. code:: django

{% placeholder_attr 'placeholder_name' 'plugin_model_class_name' 'model_attribute_name' %}

- ``show_placeholder_attr``

.. code:: django

{% show_placeholder_attr 'placeholder_name' 'placeholder_id' 'plugin_model_class_name' 'model_attribute_name' %}

Be sure to have a placeholder named ``placeholder_name`` to use this

if you have a foreign key attribute you can use the following syntax:

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