Support for multiple Bootstrap themes in Django
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django-bootstrap-themes

Bootstrap theme support for Django, includes themes from Bootswatch.

Installation

django-bootstrap-themes can be installed via pip:

pip install django-bootstrap-themes

or by copying the bootstrap_themes directory into your Django project.

Configuration

To configure django-bootstrap-themes in your project, first add it to the installed apps in your Django settings:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    # Django apps
    'bootstrap_themes',
    # Other apps
)

Once you've added it to your installed apps, you can use the template tags to get the CSS and JS files for Bootstrap:

  • Loading the templatetags
{% load bootstrap_themes %}
  • Getting the CSS files (use the theme parameter to select the theme and the type parameter to choose between CSS, minified CSS, or LESS format for the stylesheets)
{% bootstrap_styles theme='default' type='min.css' %}
{% bootstrap_styles theme='cosmo' type='css' %}
{% bootstrap_styles theme='united' type='less' %}
  • Getting the Javascript files (select minified or not with the use_min parameter)
{% bootstrap_script use_min=True %}

As with any Django templatetags, you can use variables for the parameters, thus making it easy to switch themes, and even make the theme user-configurable.

If you want to make the theme user configurable, there is a handy function to return the list of included themes as a choices list for a CharField, like this:

from django.db import models
from bootstrap_themes import list_themes

class MyModel(models.Model):
    theme = models.CharField(max_length=255, default='default', choices=list_themes())

Then in your templates, you can use the value of the theme field as the theme parameter to bootstrap_styles.