django-formfieldset is a simple Django app that provides a mix-in class for admin-like fieldset rendering.
- Fieldset functionality similar to ModelAdmin
- Shorthand rendering functions with fieldsets both for whole forms and for individual fieldsets
- render as P
- render as TABLE
- render as UL
- Template strings are class attributes
- Overrides nothing in django.forms.Form
- Add "django-formfieldset" directory to your Python path.
- Add "formfieldset" to your INSTALLED_APPS tuple found in your settings file. (optional - to be able to run tests)
There is an example project in the example/ directory. To run automated tests for django-formfieldset run the following command in example/ directory:
python example/manage.py test formfieldset
To run the example project:
python example/manage.py runserver
Then you can visit http://localhost:8000/ to view the example. Example project also serves as detailed documentation for formfieldset.
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- Create your form with FieldsetMixin.
- Add a fieldsets attribute to your form. See admin docs for detailed explanation.
- Render your form with fieldset enabled methods:
- You can use iter_fieldsets() for custom form rendering. It will yield Fieldset objects. Fieldsets act as iterators for widgets in them.
- You can use as_fieldset_table(), as_fieldset_ul() and as_fieldset_p() methods that act like built-in as_* method except fieldset support.