Nov 29, 2017 · See the previous link for other options when outputting forms (you can do tables, etc). Note – I realize this isn’t the same as adding a class to each element (if you added a field to the Form, you’d need to update the CSS also) – but it’s easy enough to reference all of the fields by id in your CSS like this:
See the previous link for other options when outputting forms (you can do tables, etc). Note - I realize this isn't the same as adding a class to each element (if you added a field to the Form, you'd need to update the CSS also) - but it's easy enough to reference all of the fields by id in your CSS like this:Django will choose the first static file it finds whose name matches, and if you had a static file with the same name in a different application, Django would be unable to distinguish between them. We need to be able to point Django at the right one, and the best way to ensure this is by namespacing them.
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