lp:loco-django

Created by Loco Django Development Dev Team on 2007-10-21 and last modified on 2007-10-21
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Loco Django Development Dev Team
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Loco Django Development
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5. By Nikoleta Verbeck on 2007-10-26

Improved the Navigation system
 Now supports categories
 PageCategory 1 is the default menu system
 The first page in the default menu is the default page for the website
 A RequestContext variable has been added containing a dictionary of all categories and there pages
  Check locodjango.navigation.views.siteMenu for an example of how to push it into your template
  Check /template/default/sitemenu.htm for example usage of the links dictionary in a template
  Note: You will need to follow the same render_to_string shortcut for all views in order to keep you navigation on all pages
OpenID support has been started
Default template media has been included into the /template/default/media folder.
 A Symbolic link or apache virtual directory will need to be added to your apache root directory for the site

4. By Nikoleta Verbeck on 2007-10-26

Added Navigation system:
 This system manages what the default page is (i.e. http://DOMAIN/),
 The pages for use in templates. This includes page order and link names.
Added Template System
 Added the first set of default templates
 Added Logic to allow users to override the default templates with there own
  Note: If a user doesn't provide a template it will fall back on the default template
Improved the Settings system
 Users now have a cleaner settings file to work with
 All Django settings are stored in a diffrent settings file (settingsDjango.py)

Note: This is a Re-Commit as the last commit did not go thought as Launchpad was down for upgrades

3. By Nikoleta Verbeck on 2007-10-25

Added Navigation system:
 This system manages what the default page is (i.e. http://DOMAIN/),
 The pages for use in templates. This includes page order and link names.
Added Template System
 Added the first set of default templates
 Added Logic to allow users to override the default templates with there own
  Note: If a user doesn't provide a template it will fall back on the default template
Improved the Settings system
 Users now have a cleaner settings file to work with
 All Django settings are stored in a diffrent settings file (settingsDjango.py)

2. By Nikoleta Verbeck on 2007-10-21

Initial import

1. By Nikoleta Verbeck on 2007-10-21
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