For non-visible loop bottle on html page

I'm actually looking to print a for loop in flask templates, I used different methods but nothing appears on the html page, the python code is working properly, I just don't know how to implement it with jinja. @app.route('/results', methods

Django loop returns multiple messages

I am trying to get django to display posts from a single catgory on that category's page, instead, it displays all the categories and the posts under each category in the template. Here are my models (I trimmed them down): class Category(models.Model

Why are bootstrap lines not collapsed / expanding?

I have a table that displays nested data. The data looks something as follows: Objective 1 Objective 1.1 Objective 1.1.1 Objective 1.2 Objective 1.2.1 Objective 2 The data is to be displayed in a table as follows: The requirement is that, when clicki

Define a condition from inside a Jinja2 loop

<ul> {% for bm in user.bookmarks %} <li> <a href="{{ bm.url }}">{{ bm.description }}</a> </li> {% else %} <li>This user has not added any bookmarks yet.</li> {% endfor %} </ul> Is there a way to se

Passage of python dict to the template

This question already has an answer here: Converting Python dict to kwargs? 1 answer There has to be a way to do this... but I can't find it. If I pass one dictionary to a template like so: @app.route("/") def my_route(): content = {'thing':'som

Jinja2 inheritance models

With Jinja2, do all blocks need to be defined in the base template from which all other templates extend? For instance, given the following templates: <-- ultra_base.j2 --> <head> </head> <body> {% block content %}{% endblock %} {%

Create dynamic arguments for url_for in Flask

I have a jinja2 template which I reuse for different Flask routes. All of these routes have a single required parameter and handle only GET requests, but some routes may have extra arguments. Is there a way to append extra arguments onto url_for()? S

Build a dynamic command from hosts in Ansible

I am working on an Ansible deploy script to connect a solr node to a running zookeeper ensemble. The command to link the solr config to zookeeper looks like this: solr/scripts/cloud-scripts/ -zkhost,,33.33.33.

Rendered the block tag as DIV in jinja2

I know block tags intended use is to replace parent's content and/or provide a placeholder so that childs can fill in content. But in order to avoid manual repetition and maybe inconsistencies I wonder if there id any way to make {%block something%}

Google App Engine + Jinja2: Using self.redirect () with params

Let's say I have a Book ndb.Model class. class Book(ndb.Model): title = ndb.StringProperty(required = True) Book entities are created by this handler: def get(self): self.render('new-book.html') def post(self): title = self.request.get('title') if ti

Group sorted by list in Jinja

It seems that you cannot group sorted lists in jinja without loosing the sort order. Here an example template: {% set l = [{'c': 3, 'result': 1.0}, {'c': 3, 'result': 2.0}, {'c': 9, 'result': 3.0}, {'c': 1, 'result': 4.0}] %} {% for d in l|groupby('c

Can you use two HTML templates such as Handlebars and Jinja

I'm trying to write an app in javascript with the ember.js library which relies heavily on the Handlebars templating system. However, I'm using FLASK which also uses the jinja templating system. Is it possible to use both template renderers at the sa

check the type of variable in Jinja2 in Flask

The template file i created contains this: {% if type({'a':1,'b':2}) is dict %} print "Oh Yes!!" {% else %} print "Oh No!!!" {% endif %} Then Jinja2 responds by saying: TemplateAssertionError: no test named 'dict' I am completely new t

Is there a way to transmit variables in Jinja2 parents?

I'm trying to pass some variables from the child page to the template. This is my python code: if self.request.url.find("&try") == 1: isTrying = False else: isTrying = True page_values = { "trying": isTrying } page = jinja_environm

select from a drop-down menu does not fall

Why don't my dropdown-menus drop down? I am unfamiliar with using style sheets and wonder if I have to tell it something because in earlier appengine work without css, the menus dropped down as expected. Could the problem be that the jinja2 syntax is

Insert javascript at the top of the file included in Jinja 2

In Jinja2, I would like the following to work as it looks like it should, by running: from jinja2 import Environment, FileSystemLoader env = Environment(loader=FileSystemLoader('.')) template = env.get_template('x.html') print template.render() Essen