[TeamTreeHouse] Customizing Django Templates
136-minute Python Course
About this Course
In Django Basics, you learned how to set up the skeleton of a video tutorial library. But for a real-world application, you’d probably want more flexibility and functionality in your websites.
Django offers lots of built-in options for using templates to make your site dynamic and flexible, and makes it easy for you to build the extra things you need. In this course, learn about more complex template inheritance, how to make use of the vast array of built-in tags and filters Django has, and how to grow your own tags and filters for the functionality that Django doesn’t provide. By the time you finish this course, you will have a deeper understanding of how you can make Django’s templates work for your project, as well as a fully fleshed out video tutorial site!
What you’ll learn
- Template Inheritance
- Built-in Tags and Filters
- Building Your Own Tags and Filters
Template Tags and Filters
Gain a solid grasp of some of the most handy built-in template tags and filters, learn how to include external template libraries in your project, and load app-specific static content into your project.
Building Custom Tags
Start customizing your template by writing short custom tags and filters. Learn how you can use custom tags to create a whole section of your site, like a navigation menu.
Building Custom Filters
Learn to write your own custom filters, chain filters together, and write one last custom tag. At the end of this course, you should have a thorough start to making templates in your own projects more dynamic and extensible.
Created By Lacey Williams Henschel
Size: 180.92 MB