This is a demo for the django-photologue project.

Take a look at the sample galleries and photos by clicking on the links in the menu above.

You can upload your own photos via the Django admin site. There's a test account set up:

Username:test
Password:account

This account will allow you to log in, add some photos, add galleries, play around with the various features, and generally get an idea of what Photologue can do.

Please note

  • As a precaution, the data on this website will get reset 3 hours after the 'test' account logs in. This is to discourage jokers from uploading dubious imagery!
  • Also bear in mind that there is only one test account - so if someone else is using it at the same time as you (or has just finished using it), strange things might happen!

About this site

This site is running Python 3.4.3 and the latest version of Django.

The following packages have been installed into the virtualenv:

bpython==0.13
Django==1.9.2
django-appconf==1.0.1
django-compressor==1.5
django-markup==1.0
django-minipub==1.0
django-model-utils==2.2
django-photologue==3.5
django-sortedm2m==1.1.1
docutils==0.12
ExifRead==2.1.2
gunicorn==18.0
Pillow==2.9.0
psycopg2==2.5.3
Pygments==2.0.2
pytz==2015.2
setproctitle==1.1.9
six==1.10.0
tendo==0.2.7
wheel==0.24.0

Styling

Styling is courtesy of Bootstrap - I have deliberately tried to stick with the 'standard' Bootstrap CSS, and limited customisation.

Photologue comes with a set of Bootstrap-compatible templates, and these are used 'as is' in this demo website. The only tweak is to override the photologue/root.html template in order to add a custom body class.