Photologue has several settings to customise behaviour.
Default limit for gallery.latest
Number of random images from the gallery to display.
max_length setting for the ImageModel ImageField
os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'res', 'sample.jpg'))
Path to sample image
256 * 2 ** 10
Modify image file buffer size.
The relative path from your
MEDIA_ROOT setting where Photologue will save image files. If your
MEDIA_ROOT is set to “/home/user/media”, photologue will upload your images to “/home/user/media/photologue”
Look for user function to define file paths. Specifies a “callable” that takes a model instance and the original uploaded filename and returns a relative path from your
MEDIA_ROOT that the file will be saved. This function can be set directly.
For example you could use the following code in a util module:
# myapp/utils.py: import os def get_image_path(instance, filename): return os.path.join('path', 'to', 'my', 'files', filename)
Then set in settings:
# settings.py: from utils import get_image_path PHOTOLOGUE_PATH = get_image_path
Or instead, pass a string path:
# settings.py: PHOTOLOGUE_PATH = 'myapp.utils.get_image_path'
Photologue can integrate galleries and photos with Django’s site framework. Default is for this feature to be switched off, as only a minority of Django projects will need it.
In this case, new galleries and photos are automatically linked to the current site
SITE_ID = 1). The Sites many-to-many field is hidden is the admin, as there is no
need for a user to see it.
If the setting is
True, the admin interface is slightly changed:
- The Sites many-to-many field is displayed on Gallery and Photos models.
- The Gallery Upload allows you to associate one more sites to the uploaded photos (and gallery).
Gallery Uploads (zip archives) are always associated with the current site. Pull requests to fix this would be welcome!