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An example cookiecutter project for simple data analysis.
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Is there any mechanism in django to render html as plain text. For example render the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-29 at 14:40
Django includes the
There are quite a few questions on this topic, but I did not find anything that I liked.
I decided to update my one-page portfolio and make it multi-page (github pages). For convenience, I would like to embed repeating 3 files head, header, footer. What can be used to do this so that it has minimal impact on performance.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-17 at 20:55
This article offers many ways to do what you're trying to do, but I think the easiest one is:
I sometimes need to generate text files. The cases so far were plain/text emails and configuration files. In the former case you must be precise, you can't get away with, "you know, those are generated, they're still readable even if there are extra spaces here and there." In the latter you can, but having a readable result is nice to have.
Now, how do I make the result precise (in terms of whitespace), and the template readable as well? More readable than what follows.
jinja I can do this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 22:23
Note. I wish I found something better, but I failed.
I am trying to round the corners of my table, border-radius doen't seem to work when I convert the below HTML to PDF using Itext pdf generator. Below is the HTML written for table:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-15 at 16:15
I was using Itext5 , After upgrading to Itext7, border-radius property started working
We have a requirement to dynamically resolve html or text templates. The template content (a string) with variable place holders will be available in database.
We have to resolve them dynamically on demand with the actual values for the variables and get the final string content.
Example: (not a complete code)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-13 at 17:30
I have used the following approach:
WebStorm shows inspection errors on lodash template delimiter in js files.
I tried adding the EJS plugin as described in this issue, but it still can't resolve the interpolate tag
<%= ... %>.
How to configure WebStorm to resolve lodash templates ?
NB: I'm using WS 2020.2.1...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-28 at 13:54
Enabling EJS plugin is not enough, as it's not about template syntax support (that is provided for
Unfortunately there is no way to tell the parser to skip arbitrary parts of code to avoid errors when building a syntax tree.
I can suggest the following:
- associate the
.jsfiles with embedded "tags" syntax with EJS file type (in Settings | Editor | File Types) by adding
.jsas a pattern there
If it doesn't make things any better, the only solution is turning syntax highlighting off for such files... Highlighting level can be configured by clicking the icon in the editor upper right corner. Please see https://blog.jetbrains.com/idea/2020/05/intellij-idea-2020-2-early-access-program-is-starting/#inspections_widget for details
after learning html css and js i move on to node to discover i need to learn how to use pug template engines which is much harder than normal html code is there any package or anything that directly converts my html code to a template engine...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-08 at 14:22
Pug isn't that much difficult once you get familiar with it's syntax. For Converting HTML code to pug
1.) Install npm package html2pug
2.) You can use various converters available on internet which you can find just by entering html to pug converter on Google.
3.)But if you use Vs code there are certain extensions one such which is easy to use is :- Convert HTML to Pug by ditto which you can find by searching in vs code extension market place.
I am trying to use Scriban Template Engine for multiple loop support. For Example...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-24 at 04:27
Scriban does support nested looping. I've updated your code to show how you would do this. I've updated the code and the results per your request.
I'm using EJS and there's a link to google maps where I'd need to get the current user position for the origin and the destination is gotten from the database. I can't figure out how to pass this origin variable to the link. I tried the below, but of course, the user location is not available on the server-side. Any clue on how to pass the position to the link dynamically?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-05 at 12:44
Found the solution by simply editing the link with JS after rendering.
I need to access the variable
user in my client-side that sent by
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-24 at 12:56
HTML is not a templating language, so it can't be used to send variables.
res.render() function compiles your template , inserts locals there, and creates html output out of those two things. The syntax is as follows -
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