Using the TinyMCE .zip package with the Django framework
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For information on adding TinyMCE to a Django project, try using the Python-based
django-tinymce package. For information on setting up
django-tinymce, see: the django-tinymce Documentation.
To download TinyMCE and use it with the
Get the package from TinyMCE Downloads.
Unzip the package and move the
'path/to/tinymce/'directory into the django project.
Add a URL path to the
Add the relevant configuration setting:
If you do not need the
TINYMCE_COMPRESSOR = False), add
TINYMCE_JS_URLto the project’s
settings.pyfile pointing to
tinymce/tinymce.min.js. Such as:
TINYMCE_JS_URL = os.path.join(MEDIA_URL, "path/to/tinymce/tinymce.min.js") TINYMCE_COMPRESSOR = False
If you do need the
TINYMCE_COMPRESSOR = TRUE), add
TINYMCE_JS_ROOTto the project’s
settings.pyfile pointing to the
tinymce/root directory. Such as:
TINYMCE_JS_ROOT = os.path.join(MEDIA_URL, "path/to/tinymce") TINYMCE_COMPRESSOR = True