12 Jul '12, 4pm

Customizing Devise

Customizing Devise

Next we’ll show you how to customize the way that devise’s views look. If you’ve gone to a lot of effort on the look of your site then you’ll want the forms that devise provides to match the rest of your pages. As devise is a Rails Engine it provides its own views but these can be easily overridden by adding them into your own application and devise provides a generator to make it easy to copy these views over. From our application’s directory we can run rails generate devise_views and the view files will be created for us.

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