Monday, March 31, 2014

Re: Use custom HTML to render forms

You must think on what is the output HTML you need to generate. Depending on that, you may be able to figure where to put the {% block content %} tags. What is the output HTML you expect?

On Thursday, March 27, 2014 9:18:47 AM UTC-4:30, Fred DJar wrote:
I am a beginner in python and django programming, i have a question that already have been asked in stackoverflow and many forums, but i couldnt solve my own.

this exactly my situation:

this the code in my app html page:

{% extends 'base.html' %}

{% block content %}

<form method="POST" action=""> {% csrf_token %}            
        {{ form.as_p }} 
        <button type="submit" class="button">Confirmer</button>

{% endblock %}

but in my base.html i have already this form and this classes:

<form action="" class="sky-form">
        <label class="input">
                <input type="password" placeholder="Confirmation">
                <b class="tooltip tooltip-bottom-right">Retaper votre mot de passe</b>

where should i put {% block content %} and {% endblock %} in my base.html!!!!!!

i've also followed the tutorial from the official docs, but it did,'t work out for me

i'm sorry if my question seem silly!
Thanks in advance.

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