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django-mediamosa-tinymce 0.1

Django integration for mediamosa in TinyMCE.

Latest Version: 0.1.3

This django application will add a mediamosa plugin to your tinymce editor.


Install django-mediamosa-tinymce using pip.

Configure django-mediamosa first. In of your project:

MEDIAMOSA_USERNAME = 'mediamosa-user'
MEDIAMOSA_PASSWORD = 'mediamosa-password'

Add mediamosa_tinymce to INSTALLED_APPS in for your project:


Update your TinyMce configuration so it will load the new plugin and shows a mediamosa button:

    'plugins': "table,spellchecker,paste,searchreplace,mediamosa",
    'theme_advanced_buttons3_add': 'mediamosa'

Add the mediamosa_tinymce.urls to for your project:

urlpatterns = patterns('',
    url(r'^mediamosa/tinymce', include('mediamosa_tinymce.urls')),

Run the django collectstatic command to copy the mediamosa plugin for tinymce to your statics directory.

python ./ collectstatic


Enabling Mediamosa plugin

In order for the tinymce mediamosa to call the correct url’s, you need to set the ModelAdmin’s change_form template file:

class MyModelAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin):
    change_form_template = 'admin/mediamosa_tinymce_change_form.html'

This will load the correct url’s to query in the plugin’s javascript.

Playing an inserted mediafile

When you now output the model attribute containing the mediamosa entry you just inserted, you can initialize it by adding the following code to your template.

<script type="text/javascript">
    var mediamosaPlayerURI = "{% url mediafile-play %}";
<script type="text/javascript" src="{{ STATIC_URL }}js/mediamosa-player.js"></script>

This will initialize the URI the ajax call should connect to and launch the code that will replace the still with the actual video.

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