skip to navigation
skip to content

Not Logged In

sphc 0.9.4

Simple Pythonic HTML Creator

  • Ultra simple and works

  • Compatible with Python3/ 2.x

  • Pythonic
    >>> adiv = tf.DIV("Hello World!", id="header_1", Class="header")
    >>> print (adiv)
    <DIV id="header_1" class="header">Hello World</DIV>
    

Examples

Hello World!

>>> import sphc
>>> tf = sphc.TagFactory()
>>> header = tf.H1("Hello World!")
>>> print(header)
<H1>Hello World</H1>

Constructing a page

>>> doc = tf.HTML()
>>> doc.body = tf.BODY()
>>> doc.body.content = tf.H1("The content")
>>> print(doc)
<HTML>
    <BODY>
        <H1>The content</H1>
    </BODY>
</HTML>

Using list of Tag objects

Especially usefule for constructing tables and select options:

>>> data = [('One', '1'), ('Two', '2'), ('Three', '3')]
>>> atable = tf.TABLE()
>>> for element in data:
>>>     row = tf.TR()
>>>     row.cells = [tf.TD(element[0]), tf.TD(element[1])]
>>>     atable.row = row

Wrapping

>>> block1 = tf.DIV(tf.DIV("content", Class="inner"), Class="outer")
>>> block2 = tf.DIV([tf.DIV(), tf.DIV()], Class="outer")
>>> content = tf.DIV([block1, block2])

Chaining

set_required method below sets required property on Tag object AND returns Tag object:

>>> form = tf.FORM()
>>> form.username = tf.INPUT(name="username").set_required()
>>> print(form)
<FORM>
    <INPUT name="username" required/>
</FORM>

Properties with no value required

>>> c = tf.INPUT(nv_attrs=['checked'], type='checkbox', value='foo')
>>> print(c)
<INPUT checked type="checkbox", value="foo"/>

Escaping

>>> print(tf.C(' >> ')) # Default
>>> <C> &gt;&gt; </C>

>>> print(tf.C(' >> ', escape=False))
>>> <C> >> </C>

More

Well since you reached here time to show some experimental stuff.

Hello sphc.more

(loosely based on html5boilerplate.com templates):

>>> import sphc.more
>>> tf = sphc.TagFactory()
>>> class MyPage(sphc.more.HTML5Page):
        def footer(self):
            return tf.FOOTER("Footer text")
>>> my_page = MyPage()
>>> my_page.render()

This will return a string that would contain html exactly like what you have expected

Building a form

>>> import sphc
>>> import sphc.more
>>>
>>> tf = sphc.TagFactory()
>>>
>>> form = sphc.more.Form(classes=['vform'])
>>> form.add_field('Username', tf.INPUT(type="TEXT", id='username', name="username").set_required())
>>> form.add_field('Password', tf.INPUT(type="password", id='password', name="password"))
>>> form.add_buttons(tf.BUTTON("Log In", id='login-btn', type='button'))
>>> print form.build()

<FORM method="POST" Class="vform">
    <DIV Class="field">
        <DIV Class="field-label"> <LABEL For="username">Username</LABEL></DIV>
        <DIV Class="field-input">
            <INPUT required type="TEXT" name="username" id="username"></INPUT><C>*</C>
        </DIV>
    </DIV>
    <DIV Class="field">
        <DIV Class="field-label"> <LABEL For="password">Password</LABEL></DIV>
        <DIV Class="field-input">
            <INPUT type="password" name="password" id="password"></INPUT>
        </DIV>
    </DIV>
    <DIV Class="action-status"></DIV>
    <DIV Class="buttons">
        <BUTTON type="button" id="login-btn">Log In</BUTTON>
    </DIV>
</FORM>

Form with fieldsets

>>> form = sphc.more.Form()
>>>
>>> about = form.add(sphc.more.Fieldset())
>>> about.add(sphc.tf.LEGEND('About'))
>>> about.add_field('Name', sphc.tf.INPUT(name='name', type='text'))
>>>
>>> contact = form.add(sphc.more.Fieldset())
>>> contact.add(sphc.tf.LEGEND('About'))
>>> contact.add_field('Name', sphc.tf.INPUT(name='name', type='text'))

Finally

Similar packages

TODO

  • To add more tests
  • A document class ?
 
File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
sphc-0.9.4.tar.gz (md5) Source 2012-11-05 7KB
  • Downloads (All Versions):
  • 28 downloads in the last day
  • 443 downloads in the last week
  • 1750 downloads in the last month