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Audio playlist player for Plone

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The Plone add-on collective.playlist provides a playlist and a track content type. The player is per default a sticky footer. Optional as an alternative is a player in a pop up window that can be launched via a play button.

Pop Up Player

A click on the play button opens a window with playlist and player.

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Playlist on Mobile Device

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The Add-On uses JPlayer [1].

Initial playlist

An initial playlist with tracks is created at /playlist.

Multiple playlists

Create additional playlists. The player takes the one with the newest publishing date.

Where are the audio files?

  • You can add tracks with audio files to a playlist.

  • You can reference audio files with links.

  • You can reference external audio files with links via remote url.

Pop Up Player

The pop up player is per default deactivated. You can activate it via @@manage-viewlets view like localhost:8080/Plone/@@manage-viewlets

A play button is shown on top of each page if and only if a published playlist exists. For a qualified user it is shown even for an unpublished playlist. Click the play button to open the player. A menu to edit the playlist and its tracks is presented to qualified users.



Layout can be modified in control panel.

Change Font

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Use your font

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Background Image for your Pop Up Playlist

Upload an image “background.jpg” to your Plone-Site.

Go to playlist control panel and add:

html {


This product has been translated into

  • german


Install collective.playlist by adding it to your buildout.

Plone Version Compatibility

Plone >= 5.2 and Python 3



The project is licensed under the GPLv2.

Music: © 2003 Miaow / Arnaud Laflaquiere -

For JPLayer license see JPlayer [1]


Developed with the support of:

Reformierte Kirche Kanton Zürich


  • Katja Süss, Rohberg ( @ksuess )




1.0b1 (2019-03-07)

Breaking changes:

  • Support Python 3 [ksuess] (#3)

1.0a3 (2018-05-24)

  • Pypi: show images of README.rst

1.0a2 (2018-05-23)

  • Initial release. [ksuess]

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