In /media/cms/css/change_form.css the path to 2 images is hardcoded to "/media/admin" : background:white url(/media/admin/img/admin/nav-bg.gif)
background: #7CA0C7 url(/media/admin/img/admin/default-bg.gif)
This leads to a 404 error when the ADMIN_MEDIA_PREFIX is different than /media/admin.
I ask myself how django.contrib.admin does this...
Well, when you know that the css is in the same media context than images, you can simply use a relative link (e.g. ../img/admin/nav-bg.gif), that's how does django.contrib.admin.
But in your case, it's not a solution, because you don't know the relative path between cms media and django admin media. IMHO, if it concerns only two basic images, the simplest way would be to copy the images in the cms/admin/images folder and to use relative path (btw nav-bg.gif is already copied). I know this does not respect the DRY principle, but i find this acceptable.
i think we move the CSS declaration of the images into the template
closed by 1f6953c css image path is now coherent with ADMIN_MEDIA_PREFIX
fixes #274 css image path is now coherent with ADMIN_MEDIA_PREFIX