[Tutor] How to start developing a website
joel.goldstick at gmail.com
Sun May 13 18:27:03 CEST 2012
On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 11:40 AM, Emile van Sebille <emile at fenx.com> wrote:
> On 5/13/2012 8:08 AM Surya K said...
>> I have a idea (Website) which I want to develop using Django (Still
>> learning it!). Currently I am following DjangoBook (reading DataBase..).
>> As I am really new to webframe works and Web development, I have a real
>> dumb question which I don't really figure out.
>> # Question:
>> Broadly speaking my website takes a RSS/Atom feed and try to display
>> dynamic content on its page.
> Have you already found http://wiki.python.org/moin/RssLibraries ?
>> So, with what ever I know about django
>> until now, all I can say that my project can handle creating dynamic
>> content with django but I don't figure out how to really "design" it. I
>> mean how to "design the UI part.. "..
>> One way of doing is to explicitly edit the Django's HTML pages using
>> cannot do the design with what I know).
>> So, how can I achieve this thing..
> Take a look at http://www.djangosites.org/s/patternry-com/
>> I thought of using Adobe's Dreamweaver or any equivalent open source
>> thing but their generated HTML code can't be easily edited for "django"
>> template designing..
>> Can anyone explain me on it..
> The folks at Django can -- see
> https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/faq/help/ for django resources.
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I haven't tried this yet, but I have heard good things about this site:
There is a tutorial here
Basically some people from twitter and elsewhere have put together a
package that can be used with django or elsewhere to make designing
html and css for webpages.
Since you are new to django, I would recommend you just get the most
basic site going. You will stumble and learn a lot along the way.
After that you can dress it up
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