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Flask wtform RadioField label does not render


Flask wtform RadioField label does not render

By : user2953104
Date : November 20 2020, 01:01 AM
will help you I don't use quick_form but if you are going to render the field label, you need to place the {{ field.foo.label }} and {{ field.foo }} for the field label to show, something like this works for me:
code :
<form method="POST" action="/">
    {{ form.hidden_tag() }}
    <h3>{{ form.example.label }}</h3>
    <p>{{ form.example }}</p>
    <h3>{{ form.key.label }}</h3>
    <p>{{ form.key }}</p>
    {{ form.submit }}
</form>
{% import "bootstrap/wtf.html" as wtf %}

<h3>{{ form.example.label }}</h3>
<p>{{ wtf.form_field(form.example) }}</p>

<h3>{{ form.key.label }}</h3>
<p>{{ wtf.form_field(form.key) }}</p>

{{ form.submit }}


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How to make a RadioField in Flask?

How to make a RadioField in Flask?


By : M.B
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I have a form with a TextField, FileField, and I want to add a RadioField. , In the forms.py the RadioField needs to look like this
code :
    RadioField('Label', choices=[('value','description'),('value_two','whatever')])
Flask WTForm render selected with Bootstrap

Flask WTForm render selected with Bootstrap


By : LinuxMaster2000
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps This is not done in the template, you have to do it on the Form object before you call render_template().
For example:
code :
form.gender.data = 'male'
Flask - WTForm - Using Query results as RadioField Choices

Flask - WTForm - Using Query results as RadioField Choices


By : Pai SoOkie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you The Issue appears to have been caused due to the fact that WTForm expects the Value field, to be a String as opposed to an Integer
Changing
Render Flask wtforms RadioField lines/buttons in an ordered list

Render Flask wtforms RadioField lines/buttons in an ordered list


By : rohit negi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times When reviewing the WTForms documentation I had initially missed the part underneath the RadioFields description which describes how the list of radio buttons are rendered by default. I'll show it below:
code :
{% for subfield in form.radio %}
    <tr>
        <td>{{ subfield }}</td>
        <td>{{ subfield.label }}</td>
    </tr>
{% endfor %}
{% extends "base.html.j2" %}

{% block content %}

<form action="/test" method="POST">
  {% if test_form.errors %}
    {{ test_form.errors }}
  {% endif %}

  {{ test_form.csrf_token }}
  {% for qa in test_form.question_attempts %}
    <div class="well">
      <div>
        {{ qa.label }}
      </div>
      <div>
        <ol type="A">
        {% for subfield in qa.answer_selection %}
          <li>
            {{ subfield }}
            {{ subfield.label }}
          </li>
        {% endfor %}
        </ol>
        {{ qa.question_id }}
      </div>
    </div>
  {% endfor %}
  {{ test_form.submitfield(class="btn btn-success") }}
</form>

{% endblock %}
How do I pass a variable from a function to a WTForm? I use the variable to choose RadioField choices

How do I pass a variable from a function to a WTForm? I use the variable to choose RadioField choices


By : Annabella Innovation
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue The code within the class definition of your form is only ever executed once when the module is initially loaded and at that point the local variable level does not exist. Even if it did exist at that point, you would only be setting the class definition once whereas you want the ability to alter the form choices every time it is displayed. This can easily be achieved in your view function. Don't set the field choices in the form class but set them on the form itself after it has been created by setting the value of the field choices attribute. Given that that the number of choices available for each level happens to equal the value of that level, you can use list slicing to generate this list.
code :
class ZWOForm(Form):
    zwotitle = TextField('Title', [validators.Length(min=3, max=50)])
    zwotags = TextField('Tags', [validators.Length(min=3, max=50)])
    category = TextField('Category (Your Choice)', [validators.Length(min=3, max=50)])
    zwolevel = RadioField('Viewing Level', choices=[], default=1)
    zwodescription = TextAreaField('Description', [validators.Length(min=3, max=200)])      

@app.route('/createzwo/', methods=["GET","POST"])
@login_required
def create_zwo():        
    try:
        form = ZWOForm(request.form)
        all_choices = [('1','Public'),('2','Private'),('3','Team')]
        choices = all_choices[:session["level"]]
        form.zwolevel.choices = choices

        if request.method == "POST" and form.validate():
            ...
        return render_template("createzwo.html", form=form)
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