Forms can be shown in many ways. Nick walks through each of them in this video.
- [Instructor] Up 'til this point, … whenever we've had a Django form … we've just displayed it in the default way however it is. … You can see it's just sort of lined up left to right here. … There's actually a couple of different ways … that we can have our forms displayed, … and I'm going to show you how to do that now. … Let's go ahead and move back into our code … and we're going to go to our order.html, … and we're going to look at a couple different ways … to lay out our form. … First, inside of our order form here, … we have our pizzaform. … After pizzaform, we're going to do a .as_p, … and what this is going to do is it's going to display our form … in some paragraph tags. … Let's go ahead and save this, go back to our home page, … let's reload, and look at this. … If this is more of your style, having things top to bottom, … we can have that listed out there. … And, to really see what this looks like, … let's go ahead and inspect the HTML here, … and you can see here's our form, …
- Creating form fields
- Using submitted data
- Adding models
- Using the ModelForms class
- Working with widgets
- Accepting files and multiple forms on a page
- Customizing formsets
- Using local validation
- Delivering errors responsibly
- Customizing forms
- Styling with CSS
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Forms
2. Working with Advanced Form Features
3. Customizing and Styling Form Appearance
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