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Hi, I'm Daniel Roy Greenfeld, and welcome to my blog. I write about Python, Django, and much more.

CSS Hacking to make my code samples legible

I've been very happy with Pelican as a blog engine so far, and haven't even moved off the sample theme. There's just been one problem: Myself and others have had a lot of trouble reading the code snippets.

I didn't have time to cook up a full Pelican theme, so instead I just hacked the local CSS files. The problem with this hack is that every time I regenerate the blog I have to copy the right CSS files into place. So next week when I have time I'll do a proper Pelican theme.

In the meantime, enjoy!

from random import shuffle

class Meal(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self.food_type = ['Beef', 'Fish', 'Vegetarian', 'Chicken']
        shuffle(self.food_type)

Tags: python django css usability


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