Source code for feincms3.plugins.old_richtext

Provides a rich text area whose content is automatically cleaned using a
very restrictive allowlist of tags and attributes.

Depends on
`django-ckeditor <>`__ and
`html-sanitizer <>`__.

import warnings

from content_editor.admin import ContentEditorInline
from django.db import models
from django.utils.html import mark_safe, strip_tags
from django.utils.text import Truncator
from django.utils.translation import gettext_lazy as _

from feincms3.cleanse import CleansedRichTextField

__all__ = ("RichText", "RichTextInline", "render_richtext")

    "The richtext plugin depending on django-ckeditor will be removed"
    " in the close future. Sorry for the inconvenience.",

[docs] class RichText(models.Model): """ Rich text plugin To use this, a `django-ckeditor <>`_ configuration named ``richtext-plugin`` is required. See the section :mod:`HTML cleansing <feincms3.cleanse>` for the recommended configuration. """ text = CleansedRichTextField(_("text"), config_name="richtext-plugin") class Meta: abstract = True verbose_name = _("rich text") verbose_name_plural = _("rich texts") def __str__(self): # Return the first few words of the content (with tags stripped) return Truncator(strip_tags(self.text)).words(10, truncate=" ...")
[docs] class RichTextInline(ContentEditorInline): """ The only difference with the standard ``ContentEditorInline`` is that this inline adds the ``feincms3/plugin-ckeditor.css`` file which adjusts the width of the django-ckeditor widget inside the content editor. """ button = '<span class="material-icons">notes</span>' class Media: css = {"screen": ["feincms3/plugin-ckeditor.css"]}
[docs] def render_richtext(plugin, context=None, **kwargs): """ Return the text of the rich text plugin as a safe string (``mark_safe``) """ return mark_safe(plugin.text)