Inserting-embedding some html data at the end of a .py file

Roland Koebler r.koebler at yahoo.de
Wed Mar 6 10:00:14 CET 2013


Hi,

On Tue, Mar 05, 2013 at 09:39:19AM -0800, Νίκος Γκρ33κ wrote:
> But i did, I just tried this:
> 
> 	# open html template
> 	if htmlpage.endswith('.html'):
> 		f = open( "/home/nikos/public_html/" + htmlpage )
> 
> 		htmldata = f.read()
> 		counter = 	''' <center><a href="mailto:support at superhost.gr"> <img src="/data/images/mail.png"> </a>
> 						<center><table border=2 cellpadding=2 bgcolor=black>
> 							<td><font color=lime>Αριθμός Επισκεπτών</td>
> 							<td><a href="http://superhost.gr/?show=stats"><font color=cyan> %d </td>
> 					''' % data[0]
> 	else:
> 		f = open( "/home/nikos/public_html/cgi-bin/" + htmlpage )
> 		
> 		htmldata = f.read()
> 		counter = 	'''
> 					print '''<center><a href="mailto:support at superhost.gr"> <img src="/data/images/mail.png"> </a>
> 						<center><table border=2 cellpadding=2 bgcolor=black>
> 							<td><font color=lime>Αριθμός Επισκεπτών</td>
> 							<td><a href="http://superhost.gr/?show=stats"><font color=cyan> %d </td>
> 					'''
> 					''' % data[0]	
> 							
> 	template = htmldata + counter
> 	print ( template )
> =============
> 
> But still doens't embed correctly the additional html data at the end of the .py files.....
> 
> Do you have an idea?
as someone said: You're doing it the wrong way.

I would recommend to use a template-engine; then you can put the
complete html-design (and some design-control-structures) into
the template (and *not* into the cgi) and fill data into the
template with a python-script.


Roland



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