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Django CMS page iframe plugin

Project description

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All major video hosters like YouTube and Vemeo has embed codes as html iframe snippets. This Django CMS plugin allows you to add video iframe to the page (actually you can add any page as iframe, not only video).

Requirements

It works fine and tested under both Python 2 Python 3. The following libraries are required

  • Django >= 1.5 (use Django >= 1.8 for Python 3.5, because of HTMLParser)
  • django-cms >= 3.0 (we recommend to use Django CMS 3.0 and higher, contact us if you need prior CMS versions supports and have some issues)
  • beautifulsoup4 for iframe embed snippets parsing

Installation

$ pip install cmsplugin-iframe

Configure installed apps in your settings.py

INSTALLED_APPS = [
    # django contrib and django cms apps
    'cmsplugin_iframe',
]

Migrate your database

django-admin.py migrate cmsplugin_iframe

Usage

Add plugin to the page with common way. You can specify video by URL or give plugin an iframe html snippet to parse. To customize how it looks you can override cms/plugins/iframe.html.

Changelog

The changelog can be found at repo’s release notes

Contributing

Fork the repo, create a feature branch then send me pull request. Feel free to create new issues or contact me via email.

Translation

You could also help me to translate cmsplugin-iframe to your native language with Transifex

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