Django for Designers: Difference between revisions

Django automatically looks for a folder named 'static' inside any of your Django apps. You can also put static files in other places, such as inside /mysite/ directly. To do that, you would need to add the absolute path of the folder to STATICFILES_DIRS in settings.py.
 
WeFor this tutorial we'll just leave our static files inside bookmarks/, for the sake of simplicity.
 
TODO: see how the old HTML looks here
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Now if we reload our site at http://localhost:8000, we can see that the prewritten static files have modified it some, and it looks significantly nicer than it did before!
 
=== Part 3: Models, our database, and making it visible ===
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