Including Tetra CSS and JS#

When processing a request, Tetra keeps track of which components have been used on a page. It then needs to inject the component's CSS and JavaScript into the page. You mark where this is to happen with the {% tetra_styles %} and {% tetra_scripts %} tags. They should be included in your HTML <head>as below.

By default {% tetra_scripts %} does not include Alpine.js. You can instruct it to do so by setting include_alpine=True. If you would prefer to include Alpine.js yourself you must do so before {% tetra_scripts %} and also include its morph plugin.

The tetra_styles and tetra_scripts need to be loaded via {% load tetra %}.

{% load tetra %}
    {% tetra_styles %}
    {% tetra_scripts include_alpine=True %}