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Replacing bootstrap

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Alex
on 2/9/16, 8:17 PM 332 views

Hi,

can I remove bootstrap completely from odoo web module and use any other css framework such as semantic-ui while keeping website editing functionality retained? 


I was thinking I could create a module and replace header completely in qweb. Is that possible?



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Axel Mendoza
On 2/10/16, 4:00 AM

It's a lot of work because you need to maintain the html structure of the qweb client template widgets and supply all the css definitions accordingly to that html structure. Also bootstrap it's used in reports for the layout and other stuffs. Take care of don't touch the same layout base used also for the reports

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