Issue #7 resolved

RICHTEMPLATES_MEDIA_URL not defined in example

lgriffiths
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When i installed richtemplates on windows, and ran the example, i had a lot of 404 errors returned for the .css and .js files. I ran the setup as outlined in the instructions.

The following solved the issue for me.

(i added this line to setup.py in example_project) RICHTEMPLATES_MEDIA_URL = '/site_media/'

(i changed this line in example_project) MEDIA_URL = '/site_media/'

Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous

    Hi, I did run the import media command as outlined in the docs. But i still had 404 errors for media files.

    Most likely a fault between keyboard and chair.

    Thankyou for the point to the django 1.3 version.

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