[Twisted-web] guarded example using external login form file
matt at pollenation.net
Wed Apr 27 13:33:43 MDT 2005
Pedro Sanchez wrote:
> I'm learning nevow and I would appreciate some help modifying this
> This "logs in" a user validating it with a username and password.
> The form used to accept user input is embedded in the code using
> the stan tags in the NotLoggedIn() class. What I want is to have
> the login form in an external xhtml file (login.html), like the one
> that follows my signature. My new NotLoggedIn() class simply looks
> like this:
> class NotLoggedIn(rend.Page): """The resource that is returned when
> you are not logged in""" addSlash = True docFactory =
> I believe the only thing that has to change in the xhtml file
> (other than the nevow xml space declaration) is on the first line,
> the "action" thing (guard.LOGIN_AVATAR in guarded.py). But I can't
> figure out what nevow tag to use there.
> Can you suggest how to do it?
There is no tag specifically for this. Instead, add a render directive
to the <form> element in the HTML template and set the form action in
the render_ method ...
def render_loginForm(self, ctx, data):
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