|Kay Ohtie e2f6ef026a Now using content parsing rather than HTML editing||6 months ago|
|.gitignore||1 year ago|
|README.md||1 year ago|
|__init__.py||1 year ago|
|css.j2||1 year ago|
|pelimoji.css||1 year ago|
|pelimoji.py||6 months ago|
|requirements.txt||1 year ago|
Installation is simple! Drop this into your plugins directory and add it to be loaded. Copy
pelimoji.css to a static path in your theme and ensure it’ll be loaded in, whether using the
assets plugin to compile it or not.
You’ll need to set
PELIMOJI_PATH to a directory within your
content folder that is part of your
STATIC_PATHS set, such as
images is in your
To that directory, add any square image files at least 16x16 ending in
.png. These will be your emoji, addressable via the filename before the extension, such as
:gentoo: if you had a file named
gentoo.png in your
PELIMOJI_PATH. This is case-sensitive if your filesystem is case-sensitive. 64x64 works best, but any size will do, including 512x512. Just remember, this will affect load speed for your pages.
And that’s it! Feel free to submit any suggestions!