The problem with this, though, is I'm trying to serve as much static content with #Django as I can.
The end result with having the entire site's CSS generated with JS is horrible page-load flicker as the page render with no styles, then re-rendered with *all* of the styles. (0/1)
Over the same couple of work days, I've been trying to use Dreamhost's "passenger" service to run the #Django API I built for my wedding website. I have everything working on a test domain via the same service.
I ended up removing the folder for the production domain to easily copy over the test domain, and passenger stopped working altogether on that domain. It's super pissed me off. Several emails back-and-fourth and I swear they're just not listening to why it's a problem I'm getting Apache errors.
Day 100: I made it...and with only 2 hiccups. The hours of coding I've done amount to way, way more than 100 but I'm glad I took this challenge because I've been motivated to push it just a little bit farther.
Thanks for the support peeps!
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