Django-CMS plugins for django-blog-zinnia
This package provides plugins, menus and apphook to integrate your Zinnia powered Weblog into your django-cms Web site.
The code bundled in this application is a copy of the original zinnia.plugins module, made for forward compatibility with django-blog-zinnia > 0.11.
This is a fork of original cmsplugin-zinnia to be able to release an alternative package to fix compatibility issues with DjangoCMS>=3.4.
- Entries with plugins
- Tips for using the apphook
Once Zinnia and the CMS are installed, you simply have to register cmsplugin_zinnia, in the INSTALLED_APPS section of your project’s settings.
If you want to use the plugin system of django-cms in your entries, an extended Entry with a PlaceholderField is provided in this package.
Just add this line in your project’s settings to use it.
ZINNIA_ENTRY_BASE_MODEL = 'cmsplugin_zinnia.placeholder.EntryPlaceholder'
You have to keep in mind that the default migrations bundled with Zinnia do not reflect the addition made by the EntryPlaceholder model.
A solution to initialize correctly the database can be:
$ python manage.py makemigrations $ python manage.py migrate
If you want to use the apphook to provide the blog functionnalities under a specific URL handled by the CMS, remember this tip:
- Once the apphook is registered, you can remove the inclusion of 'zinnia.urls' in urls.py and then restart the server to see it in full effect.
Default value: ['zinnia.urls']
The URLsets used for by the Zinnia AppHook.
Default value:  (Empty list)
List of tuple for extending the plugins rendering templates.
CMSPLUGIN_ZINNIA_TEMPLATES = [ ('entry_custom.html', 'Entry custom'), ('entry_custom_bis.html', 'Entry custom bis') ]
[('cmsplugin_zinnia/entry_list.html', _('Entry list (default)')), ('cmsplugin_zinnia/entry_detail.html', _('Entry detailed')), ('cmsplugin_zinnia/entry_slider.html', _('Entry slider'))]
Available base templates, these are the shipped template from this application. Commonly you will prefer to use CMSPLUGIN_ZINNIA_TEMPLATES to add new templates.
Default value: None
Initial value for template_to_render field. If empty or undefined, initial value will be the first item of available template choices.
Fixed compatibility with Django>=2.0. Validated as working with Django==2.1.8, django-cms==3.6.0 and django-blog-zinnia==0.20.
Fixed template_to_render field missing a default value that could result to broken page when no template was selected at plugin creation.
- Past migrations have been modified to clean them from any hardcoded choices that triggered warning message about changed model needing new migration when you added new template choices;
- Added data migration to fix plugins entries with empty value for template_to_render fields, they will be filled with defaut template;
- template_to_render fields can no longer be empty, select input do not show anymore option for empty value;
Everything is backward compatible. After updating you will just need to perform migration for cmsplugin_zinnia app.
Fixed CMSLatestEntriesPlugin and CMSSelectedEntriesPlugin to use selected template to render instead of default plugin one.
Renamed cms_toolbar.py to cms_toolbars.py so Zinnia application appear again in CMS toolbar.
- Remove warnings with Django 1.9
- Compatibility with Django 1.8
- PlaceholderEntry mixin
- Compatibility with Django 1.7 and Zinnia 0.15
- Compatibility with Django-CMS 3.0
- Python 3 compatibility fix
- Better help texts and legends
- Archives plugin
- Tag cloud plugin
- Author list plugin
- Categories plugins
- Featured entries filter
- Offset for latest entries
- Documentation improvements
- Configurable apphook’s urls
- Support custom auth.User model
- Fix translations of the plugins
- Fix HTML rendering without context
- Compatibility with Django v1.5
- Compatibility with Zinnia v0.13
- Updating the buildout installation
- Compatibility fix for Django-CMS 2.2+
- Fix issues with Entry.content rendering.
- Compatibility with latest version of Zinnia.
- Calendar plugin.
- QueryEntries plugin.
- Slider template for plugins.
- Documentation improvements.
- Fix breadcrumbs with month abbrev.
- Compatibility with Django 1.4 and Django-CMS 2.3.
- Better demo.
- Renaming modules.
- Fix dependancies with mptt.
- Fix EntryPlaceholder’s Meta.
- 0 means all the entries on plugins.
- Set menu Nodes to invisible instead of removing.
- Initial release based on zinnia.plugins.
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