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django-secure-input 0.9.3

django-secure-input provides custom form fields to render wysiwyg editor instead of regular textareas. It takes care of cleaning html for you too. With its super secure defaults you do not want to modified it's whitelisting rules.

Let your users input html into your textareas without losing any sleep. django-secure-input sanitizes user’s input and allows only some tags to be interpreted as html and escapes the rest. By default, <script> tags are not allowed.

Requirements/Installing

django-secure-input requires Python 2.6-2.7 or 3.2+. It also requires Django >= 1.4 and bleach.

The easiest way to install django-secure-input is using pip:

pip install django-secure-input

The add it to your install apps:

INSTALLED_APP += ('secure_input')

Fields

Use one of our provided custom form fields in your forms and you are all set.

SafeCharFieldInput
Textarea that allows saving html.
WYSIWYGField
wysiwyg widget
MiniWYSIWYGField
wysiwyg widget (limiited tools)

Defaults settings

The defaults provided by our validation method can be overwritten, to set your own overwrite this on your settings.py file:

ALLOWED_TAGS: Tuple of allowed tags, for example: (‘p’, ‘h2’, ‘h3’).

ALLOWED_STYLES: Tuple of inline style allowable in your html, for
example: (‘font’, ‘font-size’, ‘color’).
ALLOWED_ATTRIBUTES: A dict of tags -> attributes, for example:
{‘a’: [‘href’, ‘title’], ‘*’: [‘class’]}

Example

Simplest way to start using our custom fields:

from django import forms
from secure_input.fields import MiniWYSIWYGField

class MySecureForm(forms.ModelForm):
    text = MiniWYSIWYGField()

    class Meta:
        model = MyModel

Template

Make sure to include the following css and js files in the template where you are rendering your form.

In your template {{ form.media.css }}:

- <link href="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" type="css/text">
- <link href="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/font-awesome/css/font-awesome.css" rel="stylesheet" type="css/text">
- <link href="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/css/basicEditor.css" rel="stylesheet" type="css/text">

and {{form.media.js }}:

- <script src="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/js/libs/jquery.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
- <script src="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/bootstrap/js/bootstrap.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
- <script src="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/bootstrap-wysiwyg/external/jquery.hotkeys.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
- <script src="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/bootstrap-wysiwyg/bootstrap-wysiwyg.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
- <script src="{{ STATIC_URL }}secure_input/js/plugin.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

Finally, you need to initialize the js plugin:

$("#commentForm").secureInput();

Documentation

Additional documentation on using django-secure-input is available on Read The Docs.

Running the Tests

You can run the tests with via:

python setup.py test

or:

python runtests.py

License

django-secure-input is released under the BSD License. See the LICENSE file for more details.

Contributing

If you think you’ve found a bug or are interested in contributing to this project check out django-secure-input on Github.

Development sponsored by RochApps, LLC.

 
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