To handle multiple forms on one page in Python Django, we can set the forms to use in our views.
For instance, we write
if request.method == 'POST': bannedphraseform = BannedPhraseForm(request.POST, prefix='banned') if bannedphraseform.is_valid(): bannedphraseform.save() else: bannedphraseform = BannedPhraseForm(prefix='banned') if request.method == 'POST' and not bannedphraseform.is_valid(): expectedphraseform = ExpectedPhraseForm(request.POST, prefix='expected') bannedphraseform = BannedPhraseForm(prefix='banned') if expectedphraseform.is_valid(): expectedphraseform.save() else: expectedphraseform = ExpectedPhraseForm(prefix='expected')
in our view to set different forms to use according to different conditions.
if statements to check request methods and form validation to assign which form to render in the page.