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package HTML::FormHandler::Widget::Theme::Bootstrap;
# ABSTRACT: sample bootstrap theme
=head1 SYNOPSIS
Also see L<HTML::FormHandler::Manual::Rendering>.
Sample Bootstrap theme role. Can be applied to your subclass of HTML::FormHandler.
Sets the widget wrapper to 'Bootstrap' and renders form messages using Bootstrap
formatting and classes.
There is an example app using Bootstrap at http://github.com:gshank/formhandler-example.
This is a lightweight example of what you could do in your own custom
Bootstrap theme. The heavy lifting is done by the Bootstrap wrapper,
L<HTML::FormHandler::Widget::Wrapper::Bootstrap>,
which you can use by itself in your form with:
has '+widget_wrapper' => ( default => 'Bootstrap' );
It also uses L<HTML::FormHandler::Widget::Theme::BootstrapFormMessages>
to render the form messages in a Bootstrap style:
<div class="alert alert-error">
<span class="error_message">....</span>
</div>
By default this does 'form-horizontal' with 'build_form_element_class'.
Implement your own sub to use 'form-vertical':
sub build_form_element_class { ['form-vertical'] }
=cut
use Moose::Role;
with 'HTML::FormHandler::Widget::Theme::BootstrapFormMessages';
after 'before_build' => sub {
my $self = shift;
$self->set_widget_wrapper('Bootstrap')
if $self->widget_wrapper eq 'Simple';
};
sub build_form_element_class { ['form-horizontal'] }
1;
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