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Add emoji to StreamField.

Project Description
Wagtail Emoji
====================
Add [NotoEmoji](https://github.com/googlei18n/noto-emoji) icons to StreamField.

![Screenshot](screenshot.png)

**IMPORTANT: JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN DOESN'T MEAN YOU SHOULD.**

Install
-------

pip install wagtailemoji

Then add `wagtailemoji` to your installed apps.

Usage
-----
### StreamField
Add emoji to StreamField [the regular way](http://docs.wagtail.io/en/latest/topics/streamfield.html#basic-block-types), just set `icon="emoji-something"`. Reference [the full list](https://github.com/alexgleason/wagtailemoji/blob/master/wagtailemoji/static_src/wagtailemoji/scss/wagtailemoji.scss).

### wagtailmodeladmin
[wagtailmodeladmin](https://github.com/rkhleics/wagtailmodeladmin) is supported if you're using Wagtail 1.4 or above. Similar to StreamField, just set `icon="emoji-something"` on your menu item.

### Hallo plugins
You can use emoji on custom Hallo buttons by setting the `icon` option to `icon icon-emoji-something`.

```javascript
button.hallobutton({
label: "Skull",
icon: 'icon icon-emoji-skull',
});
```

### Other parts of the admin
You can include icons anywhere in the admin with:

```html
<i class="icon icon-emoji-something"></i>
```

In Wagtail 1.3.x and below you can only use icons on the page editor screen.

### On the front-end
You can also import this on the front-end, if you want.

```html
{% load staticfiles %}

<link rel="stylesheet" href="{% static 'wagtailemoji/css/wagtailemoji.css' %}">
```

Then include icons anywhere on the front-end with:

```html
<i class="icon icon-emoji-something"></i>
```

### Using wagtailemoji as an optional dependency
If you want to distribute a Wagtail plugin with emoji, you can use this package as an optional dependency by checking if it's installed in Django, and falling back otherwise.

```python
from django.conf import settings
from wagtail.wagtailcore.blocks import StructBlock


class BlockquoteBlock(StructBlock):
quote = TextBlock()
author = TextBlock()

class Meta:
if 'wagtailemoji' in settings.INSTALLED_APPS:
icon = 'emoji-skull'
```

(in this case, the fallback is to do nothing)
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