This is an old trick, that's been very handy :) .
MEDIA_URL and production
MEDIA_URL will be different, so having to change them depending on the enviroment can be a bit tricky being them static files I'm assuming you are using static files your your .js right?.
What I do to help this is add the following to my base.html :
before I load any of my .js files, and in them I simply refer to the
MEDIA_URL variable just as in my Django templates.
Of course, you need to have your
settings.MEDIA_URL variable on template context via whatever method you feel mor confortable with, personally I use context_processors :) .
Walter Cruz: Hi. In a post here (http://www.fairviewcomputing.com/blog/2008/04/16/django-geography-hacks/) you talk about a geo plugabble app. Have you done that?
Jj: Contact me if you're interested, I could send you the code and probably we could work together
Abhas: On doing this I get an error MEDIA_URL is undefined inspite of the declaration.I would appreciate any help on the matter.