Using your own flavor of Bootstrap in a Django project - Part 1

Published on Feb. 24, 2014, 8 a.m.

Welcome back for another Django tutorial!
"But why do we need a tutorial for using Bootstrap with Django?" are some going to ask. It's just a matter of downloading it and dropping it in your media directory.
Well, that's true if you want to use an out-of-the-box Bootstrap but in this tutorial we are going to show you how to install Bootstrap inside your project and change it's default appearance.

As in the Starting a Django project and deploying it to an Apache server series, we will be using Mercurial as a revision tool.
We will also be using the project built during that tutorial. If you haven't built that project you can clone it from

Once again, this is our way of doing things, not the only nor the best way of doing them.

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