django-htmlmin 0.6.1

HTML minify for Django

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What's new in django-htmlmin 0.6.1:

  • [bugfix] Non ascii characters in exclude field fix
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django-htmlmin is an app that provides HTML minify for Django.

Why minify HTML code?

One of important points on client side optimization is minify HTML, with minified HTML code, you reduce the size of data transferred from your server to your client, and your pages load faster.

Installing

For install django-htmlmin, run on terminal:

 [sudo] pip install django-htmlmin

Using the midleware

All you need to do is add htmlmin.middleware.HtmlMinifyMiddleware to your MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES:

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
 # other middleware classes
 'htmlmin.middleware.HtmlMinifyMiddleware',
)


Using the html_minify function

If you are not working with Django, you can invoke the html_minify function manually:

from htmlmin.minify import html_minify
html = '< html > < body >Hello world< /body > < /html >'
minified_html = html_minify(html)


Here is an example of Flask view:

from flask import Flask
from htmlmin.minify import html_minify

app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/')
def home():
 rendered_html = render_template('home.html')
 return html_minify(rendered_html)


Development

 Source hosted at GitHub
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Pull requests are very welcomed! Make sure your patches are well tested.

Running the tests

if you are using a virtualenv, all you need is:

make test

Last updated on May 6th, 2012

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