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Boolean Image Flag TemplateTag

Author:
MichaelAnckaert
Posted:
December 22, 2008
Language:
Python
Version:
1.0
Score:
2 (after 2 ratings)

Something I end up doing all the time, making a boolean variable show up as a nice image. With this code you can do the following:

{% boolean_img user.is_active %}

And get the following output: <img src="/media/icons/accept.png" alt="True" />

All you need to do is use the custom templatetag code, load it in your template and use the boolean_img tag.

Adjust templates, html and images where needed

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# Put this in your custom templatetags file

@register.inclusion_tag('app/boolean_flag_img.html')
def boolean_img(flag):
    return {'flag': flag}

# Use as your 'boolean_flag_img.html' file
{% if flag %}
<img src="/media/icons/accept.png" alt="True" />
{% else %}
<img src="/media/icons/deny.png" alt="False" />
{% endif %}

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