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webtemplate-dpaw 0.4.8

Base HTML templates for DBCA Django projects

DBCA Django web template

This project consists of a basic Django application containing HTML
templates that provide a starting point for web applications used by the
`Department`_. The base template consists of a mobile-friendly
HTML5 template with a fixed top navbar, plus static assets.
The project also contains functional examples of **login** and
**logged out** templates.

The base template is based upon `HTML5 Boilerplate`_, and includes the
`Bootstrap 3`_ CSS framework.


#. Install via pip: ``pip install webtemplate-dpaw``.
#. Add ``'webtemplate_dpaw'`` to ``INSTALLED_APPS``.
#. Ensure that the ``staticfiles`` application is included and configured
#. Ensure that you have defined the following named URLs: ``login`` and
``logout`` (this requirement can be overriden, see below).
#. Extend the included base template by placing the following at the head
of your own templates: ``{% extends "webtemplate_dpaw/base.html" %}``
#. Place page content within the required blocks (see below).

Included CSS and JavaScript

The base template currently includes the following CSS and JavaScript assets
(served via the Department's internal mirror of `CDNJS`_):

#. Modernizr 2.8.3 (HTML5 polyfills)
#. Bootstrap 3.3.5 (CSS & JS)
#. jQuery 2.1.4 (DOM traversal, etc.)

Additional styling can be included using the ``extra_style`` or ``extra_js``
blocks, like so::

{% load static from staticfiles %}

{% block extra_style %}
{{ block.super }}
<link rel="stylesheet" href="{% static 'css/custom.css' %}">
{% endblock %}

You can also overide the ``base_style`` and ``base_js`` blocks completely to
use different CSS or JS libraries. Note that you will also need to replace the
``top_navbar`` block contents if you replace the base Bootstrap CSS & JS.

Template blocks

The base template contains a number of block tags that are used to render the
content of your project. The main template content blocks are as follows:

- ``navbar_links`` - used to define navigation links in the top navbar.
- ``navbar_auth`` - used to display either a **Login** or **Logout** link.
- ``page_content`` - used to contain the page's main content.
- ``page_footer`` - used to contain a page footer area.

Note that the ``navbar_auth`` block contains ``{% url %}`` templatetags with
named URLs called *login* and *logout*. If this is not required or
inappropriate for your project, simply override the ``navbar_auth`` block.

In addition, a number of context variables are defined:

- ``page_title`` - used to populate the page **<title>** tags.
- ``site_title`` - used to populate the projects's title in the top navbar.

Context variables should be passed to templates in every view.


To populate the main content area with a narrow left sidebar and content
area that fills the whole screen width and will collapse elegantly on
narrow or mobile displays::

{% block page_content %}
<div class="container-fluid">
<div class="row">
<div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-4 col-md-3 col-lg-2" id="sidebar">
{% include "sidebar.html" %}
<div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-8 col-md-9 col-lg-10">
{% block page_content_inner %}{% endblock %}
{% endblock %}

To include a right-aligned copyright line in the footer area::

{% block page_footer %}
<div class="container-fluid">
<div class="row">
<div class="col-xs-12">
<p class="pull-right">© 2015 Department of Parks and Wildlife</p>
{% endblock %}

To include no navigation links in the top navbar and to prevent the automatic
"navbar button" from showing on narrow displays, overide the ``navbar_button``
and ``navbar_links`` blocks to be empty::

{% block navbar_button %}{% endblock %}
{% block navbar_links %}{% endblock %}

.. _Department:
.. _HTML5 Boilerplate:
.. _Bootstrap 3:
.. _CDNJS  
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