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Practical Django Projects, Second Edition by James Bennett

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C H A P T E R   6

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Templates for the Weblog

Your weblog application is almost complete. Over the last two chapters, you've implemented entries, links, and nearly all the attendant functionality you wanted to have with them. There are only two features left to implement—a comment system and syndication feeds—and Django is going to give you quite a bit of help with those, as you'll see in the next chapter.

But so far, you've focused almost exclusively on the “back end” of the site—the Python code that models your data, retrieves it from the database, lays out your URL structure, and so on—at the expense of the “front end,” or the actual HTML you'll ...

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