[Tutor] [Fwd: Re: database web app, what tool?]
Mike.Hansen at atmel.com
Tue Oct 3 18:50:03 CEST 2006
> To: Liam Clarke <ml.cyresse at gmail.com>
> References: <mailman.55.1159524012.17448.tutor at python.org>
> <4520533C.9090500 at sapo.pt> <45208761.1010207 at gmail.com>
> Thank you Liam,
> Our web server is IIS, but it would be no problem to use
> another one for this
> particular purpose.
> I'v been looking for information on how to design tables for
> the web with
> python, without succes so far. Can you point me any tutorial?
Do you mean HTML tables? If so, it'd probably be best to use a
templating system like cheetah. If you want to do it "the hard way", you
can do it from your python program with print statements.(print
"<table><tr>...") I think there's a module out there that can generate
HTML for you.
I'm not sure how far you've gone with doing web programming with python.
You might look at this article
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