8 comments

  • Adam T.Adam T., almost 7 years ago

    Great color scheme. Not responsive...

    1 point
    • Leon KLeon K, almost 7 years ago

      I assume most people will be viewing it on their desktops (or laptops, you get the idea). You won't be installing Django on your phone, and most of the time you also read the docs while on your desktop, as you are already coding behind a desktop.

      1 point
    • Andrew McCarthyAndrew McCarthy, almost 7 years ago

      It is fully responsive, we just opted not to use mobile styles on desktop. Try having a look on your phone.

      4 points
      • Adam T.Adam T., almost 7 years ago

        Thanks for clarifying, it is indeed. What's the impetus for only serving that to mobile browsers?

        I usually have documentation windows "two-up" splitscreen with ST or preview browser, and as such would like to be shown text that fits the window I'm viewing. Is there a conflicting use case where a user wouldn't want that? Not trying to be nitpicky, the site is quite nice, I'm just curious why so many websites only serve device-specific responsive styles.

        1 point
        • Catalin CimpanuCatalin Cimpanu, almost 7 years ago

          My guess is because of performance issues. Fully responsive sites have huge CSS files which tend to affect page load times, which indirectly affects their SEO ranking. I doubt SEO had something to do with the Django site, but performance tends to be a topic with the creators of the best Python framework around. Just my 2 cents.

          0 points
  • Pierre de MillyPierre de Milly, almost 7 years ago

    Their new logo.

    0 points
  • Jason MelgozaJason Melgoza, almost 7 years ago

    Refreshing.

    0 points
  • Brian Garcia, almost 7 years ago

    Love it.

    0 points