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Bootstrap 3 Button element for django-fluent-contents

Project description

fluentcms-button

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Displaying a Bootstrap 3 Button in text.

This button can be used for navigation, for example at the end of a text block.

These buttons can’t be used in forms.

Installation

First install the module, preferably in a virtual environment. It can be installed from PyPI:

pip install fluentcms-button

First make sure the project is configured for django-fluent-contents.

Then add the following settings:

INSTALLED_APPS += (
    'fluentcms_button',
)

FLUENT_CONTENTS_PLACEHOLDER_CONFIG = {
    'slot name': {
        'plugins': ('ButtonPlugin', ...),
    },
}

The database tables can be created afterwards:

./manage.py migrate

Frontend styling

The button is rendered with the HTML that Bootstrap prescribes:

<a class="btn btn-default" href="#" role="button">Link</a>

The standard Bootstrap 3 CSS will provide a reasonable styling for this, which can either be overwritten, or replaced in your own CSS files. The defaults provided by Bootstap 3 is: https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap-sass/blob/master/assets/stylesheets/bootstrap/_buttons.scss

When you use Sass, you can also override the Sass variables.

Configuration

When desired, the following settings can be overwritten:

from django.utils.translation import pgettext_lazy

FLUENTCMS_BUTTON_STYLES = (
    ('btn-default', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Default")),
    ('btn-primary', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Primary")),
    ('btn-success', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Success")),
    ('btn-info', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Info")),
    ('btn-warning', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Warning")),
    ('btn-danger', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Danger")),
    ('btn-link', pgettext_lazy("button-style", u"Link")),
)

FLUENTCMS_BUTTON_SIZES = (
    ('', pgettext_lazy("button-size", u"Default")),
    ('btn-lg', pgettext_lazy("button-size", u"Large")),
    ('btn-sm', pgettext_lazy("button-size", u"Small")),
    ('btn-xs', pgettext_lazy("button-size", u"Extra Small")),
)

By default, the standard Bootstrap button classes are used. These can be redefined when the project uses other classes for the buttons.

Contributing

If you like this module, forked it, or would like to improve it, please let us know! Pull requests are welcome too. :-)

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