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Some templates and static files for media file rendering

Project description

feincms_mediaicons adds default rendering functionality to some of the most common mediafile types. By default, the icon corresponding to a certain filetype is displayed next to the mediafile link

Installation

  1. Add “feincms_mediaicons” to your INSTALLED_APPS; it is recommended to include it below your own apps so that you can later override templates bundled with this plugin in your own code (since django matches templates in order defined by INSTALLED_APPS, if you put feincms_mediaicons above your apps, it will ignore your overrides). Like this:

    INSTALLED_APPS = (
        # ...
        'your_app_one'
        'your_app_two'
        'feincms_mediaicons',
    )
    
  2. If necessary, override templates in:

    project_dir/app/templates/content/mediafile/<file_extension>.html
    
  3. If necessary, override static files (icons) in:

    project_dir/app/static/mediafile/<file_extension>.png
    

No migrations required (this module contains static files and templates only)

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