Helper for testing responsive designs in Django
Turn any Django URL into a responsive container to see what your site looks like in all view ports on one page (given enough screen real estate, at least).
Install via the normal means and add responsive_design_helper to the list of your INSTALLED_APPS and wire up the URLs. Make sure that this line (or one really similar if you know what you’re doing) is the first argument second argument in your patterns call:
urlpatterns = patterns('', ('', include('responsive_design_helper.urls')), # Put the rest of your URLs down here )
With that out of the way, add responsive/ to any of the URLs on your Django site and sit back and watch the magic happen.
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