Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Jan Harkema
- Looking in the django.conf.settings to see if we should specify a domain on which the allow_cookies or hide_cookie_bar cookies will be set - Updated README to explain the above functionality - Added myself to AUTHORS
wlansu
javascript changed, csrf_token sometimes not passed
wlansu
version updated to 0.2
wlansu
added close button
wlansu
styling changed
wlansu
fixed imports
wlansu
updated readme, changelog and setup
wlansu
multilingual support added
wlansu
updated version, readme and changelog
wlansu
added a default cookie bar
wout...@getlogic.nl
fixes for migration and styling
wout...@getlogic.nl
fixed migration
wout...@getlogic.nl
updated readme
wout...@getlogic.nl
merged
wout...@getlogic.nl
merge troubles
wout...@getlogic.nl
added button_title to template
wout...@getlogic.nl
Button title can now be changed
Jeroen Huls
fix
Jeroen Huls
fix
Jeroen Huls
minor styling fix
Jeroen Huls
styling fix: now allows multiple lines of text
Jeroen Huls
base styling
Kim Chee Leong
Restructured txt for headings
wout...@getlogic.nl
removed unneeded div in _base_include.html
wout...@getlogic.nl
Fixed templatetag not passing request to template and fixed retrieving headers from the request.
Jeffrey Gelens
Added license, authors, etc.
wout...@getlogic.nl
fixed setup.py url
wout...@getlogic.nl
Optimized jQuery call to create cookie
Jeffrey Gelens
Fixed setup.py
wout...@getlogic.nl
You can now set the text displayed in the cookie bar and the link to your cookie page.
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