Using your own flavor of Bootstrap in a Django project - Part 2

Published on March 3, 2014, 8:20 a.m.

Welcome back for the second and last part of this tutorial. Feel free to (re-)check part 1 before diving into this one!

Last week, we have seen how to setup Compass to watch the canges we make on Sass files and recompile css automagically. Which is fine for a "single-themed project" but, remember, the goal of this entire tutorial series is to build a full Twitter-like feed, which involves having several users and all those users will probably want to theme their homepage in different ways, so this week we will see how to have css built from database-stored values.

Let's take it from where we left it last week.

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