…t being used. Fixes all layout bugs in Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome
Twitter supports a different authentication system as well as oauth/authorise it supports oauth/authenticate which works if you are running a webapp for sign in with twitter flow.
This is not the way I'd do it, but Django's template system restricts us
Section splits the page into two sections, a list of articles, and a form. Also put the nav into the header since it turns out that is valid.
In my head that looks a bit better, but the colours are still pretty horrid. Also no idea why the session title is slightly further left than the description in the form. Annoying
Temporarily put a count of number of likes, so that I can debug it. Don;'t think it's a good idea to display it overall though.
The linebreaks filter in the template turns the linebreaksinto br tags, which is exactly what we want.