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Provides the URL for an asset server, as a template context variable.

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Provides {{ ASSET_SERVER_URL }} (the URL for an asset server) as a template context variable. Can be set through settings.py or by passing an environment variable to the app.

Setup

# settings.py
TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS += [
    "assets_template_context.asset_server_url"
]

Definition

Set it in settings, e.g.:

# settings.py
ASSET_SERVER_URL = '//assets.example.com/'

Or when starting the site, e.g.:

ASSET_SERVER_URL=//assets.example.com/ python manage.py runserver

Usage

Use in templates:

# templates/index.html

<img src="{{ ASSET_SERVER_URL }}a34bc3-fish.jpg" />

Output:

<img src="//assets.example.com/a34bc3-fish.jpg"

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