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mezzanine-slides 2.1.2

Easily plug a slideshow into your mezzanine website on all pages.

mezzanine-slides

Add simple slide functionality to your Mezzanine based website allowing for beautiful banners at the tops of pages.

Setup

  1. Run pip install mezzanine-slides
  2. In settings.py add mezzanine_slides to your INSTALLED_APPS above mezzanine apps.
  3. Run createdb or syncdb, if running syncdb run migrate if you are using South.
  4. Modify your base.html template as described below.

Templates

We have two template options, fullscreen slides or standard slides. Include only one of the templates, css and js.

Standard Slides

Add this to base.html where you would like the slides to appear:

{% include "includes/standard_slides.html" %}

Include the CSS and JS in the compress areas of the base.html template:

{% compress css %}
...
<link rel="stylesheet" href="{% static "responsiveslides/responsiveslides.css" %}"/>
{% endcompress %}

{% compress js %}
...
<script src="{% static "responsiveslides/responsiveslides.min.js" %}"></script>
{% endcompress %}

Fullscreen Slides

Add this to base.html where you would like the slides to appear:

{% include "includes/fullscreen_slides.html" %}

Include the CSS and JS in the compress areas of the base.html template:

{% compress css %}
...
<link rel="stylesheet" href="{% static "vegas/jquery.vegas.min.css" %}"/>
{% endcompress %}

{% compress js %}
...
<script src="{% static "vegas/jquery.vegas.min.js" %}"></script>
{% endcompress %}

Credits

Thanks to Viljami Salminen for ResponsiveSlides.js plugin and Jay Salvat for Vegas Background jQuery Plugin.

PWhipp: Enhanced to support Python 3

 
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