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django-urltags 0.1

django-urltags contains several template tags and filters for messing with URLs

Django URLtags is a collection of template tags and filters for manipulating URLs or adding some convenience methods for common practices.

add_qs_param

Usage: {% add_qs_param url varname value %}

This tag intelligently adds or replaces the query string parameter varname and assigns it value.

url, varname, and value can be static values or variables

Examples

Adding a single query string parameter

{% add_qs_param http://example.com/ q 1 %}

generates:

http://example.com/?q=1

Adding a query string parameter to a URL with a query string.

{% add_qs_param http://example.com/?sort=asc q 1 %}

generates:

http://example.com/?sort=asc&q=1

Adding a query string parameter to a URL that already has that parameter.

{% add_qs_param http://example.com/?q=5 q 1 %}

generates:

http://example.com/?q=1

Adding a query string parameter to a URL that has a page fragment.

{% add_qs_param http://example.com/#gohere q 1 %}

generates:

http://example.com/?q=1#gohere

add_fragment

Usage: {{ url|add_fragment:variable }} or {{ url|add_fragment:"fragment" }}

This tag intelligently adds or replaces the URL fragment. You can pass a variable as the parameter to add_fragment or a static value. You must quote static values.

Example

{{ url|add_fragment:"gohere" }}

generates:

http://example.com/#gohere

absurl

Just like Django’s url tag but adds the domain of the current site.

 
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