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Problem of Flask append the result after render_template

By : user2175748
Date : October 14 2020, 08:10 PM
it helps some times Where do you define your variables idd and dataa? I guess that they are defined as global variables, stay in namespace between requests and they grow in size when you do those append methods. You should put
code :
idd = []
dataa = []

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Flask: render_template with path

By : Guilherme Reis
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I think Sean is right, but also: have you tried double quotes? I'm using Blueprint, so it may be different, but this is what mine looks like:
code :
return render_template("users/register.html")
return render_template("folder1/index.html")

dynamic render_template() in flask

By : 123321
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help I have several views in my flask app. and each view has its own sub view, constantly each sub view has their small templates. the visual demonstration and url structure is like: , It looks like you are making things too complicated. How about:
code :
def manage(current = None):
    if current == 'menu_settings':
        template = 'admin/manage/site_configuration.html'
        title = 'Site configuration'
    elif current == 'internet_market':
        template = 'admin/manage/internet_market.html'
        title = 'Internet market'
    elif current is None:
        template = 'admin/manage/default.html'
        title = 'Default page for manage'

    return render_template(template, title=title, current=current)
def manage():
    return render_template('admin/manage/default.html',
                           title='Default page for manage',

def manage_menu_settings():
    return render_template('admin/manage/site_configuration.html',
                           title='Site configuration',

def manage_internet_market():
    return render_template('admin/manage/internet_market.html',
                           title='Internet market',

Flask render_template

By : Dušan Todorović
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. The default folder for the HTML files is templates. So create a folder called "templates" where your python file is located. Put any HTML files in that folder

Flask's render_template() issue

By : user2869303
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Seems some component inside the iframes was navigating the parent to about:scrdoc
All I needed to do to solve this was add sandbox attribute to the iframes and only restrict top-navigation.

Flask render_template()

By : Ana Rodrigues
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you The reason behind this is that your template file can have a lot of placeholders and it needs to know how to distinguish between all of them.
For example, you could have the following template:
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