Using your own flavor of Bootstrap in a Django project - Part 1Published 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 http://code.lasolution.be/mybaseproject.
Once again, this is our way of doing things, not the only nor the best way of doing them.Bootstrap Sass Compass Tutorial Django Read more...