Passing an html element from anchor tag to django view

I would like to know how i can pass the html link element as a string into a django view and have the information rendered on that specific view. to be clear: I have this In html A django view rendered the items from a list and each item would ideally be clickable and the specific item would be passed into this view: my urls.py reads as : The problem I think may be that the click action is not actually passing the value into the function based view and I am not sure how to work around this easily.

Adding JavaScript event listener with Selenium triggers it automatically

As there is (according to my research) no way to catch user input with selenium, I am trying to use a JavaScript event listener. But when I add the event listener by executing the JavaScript code, the function is automatically triggered without me (as the user) doing anything. Furthermore, there is no way to trigger the function again. Does anyone know what the problem might be and how I could solve it? FYI: My code is in Python 3.8 Thank you in advance, Raphael The console displays “success” as soon as the script is executed, afterwards the event is never

How to make one dropdown close when clicking another dropdown

I have 2 href links in one page and on click the href opens. But when I click the other href (without closing the first one) the first one stays open. How can I solve this? At first I tried to only open and close the dropdown with CSS, but that got really messy because of the two buttons. Now I can open both buttons and close them when I click oudside of the button-area or on the button itself again. But it doesn’t close when clicking the other button. I imagine this isn’t a hard thing to solve but

Submitting reCAPTCHA v2 with selenium and python – no form submit button

So I recently signed up with anti-captcha and have been testing with the https://github.com/ad-m/python-anticaptcha/blob/master/examples/recaptcha_selenium.py script. I cannot get past a reCAPTCHA that has no submit button (hidden or visible) nor a clear way to submit for verification. I’ve used the anti-captcha firefox plugin, so I know it can be passed. But I am stuck at the point of doing this manually myself. I thought this was going to be a helpful answer, but it doesn’t go into depth. I am able to get the job.get_solution_response() token and enter it into the required textfield, but I cannot submit the “form.” Does

Use Bokeh RadioGroup to plot selected subset of Pandas DataFrame within Jupyter

Goal Plot subsets of rows in a Pandas DataFrame by selecting a specific value of a column. Ideally plot it in jupyter notebook. What I did I have minimal knowledge of Javascript, so I have managed to plot by running Bokeh server with everything written in Python. However, I couldn’t make it in Jupyter notebook with a Javascript callback. My way of doing it sounds a bit stupid: splitting the DataFrame into subsets by values of a column and putting them into a dict, then I can select a subset by the active selection from a RadioGroup. This is my

Plotly – How to remove the rangeslider

By default, candlestick and ohlc charts display a rangeslider. It seems like there’s no parameter to change the setting. So I’ve looked at javascript code in html file but was not able to find a clue to remove it. Can someone explain how to remove the rangeslider from candlestick chart? Answer I found the solution.. Following code hides the rangeslider graph on the bottom of candle stick chart.. xaxis : {fixedrange: true, rangeslider: {visible: false}}

Flask, setting JSON in a cookie, and decoding it on the client (in javascript)

I’m setting a cookie in Flask like follows : If i print json.dumps(someObject) on the server I get : On the client side it becomes : I want to decode it on a javascript client what format is it exactly ? I’d like to decode it and pass it to angular.fromJson(), it looks like there is at least unescaping (of the the “) to do, but I’m surprize to see 54 (the octal ASCII code for the comma) Answer The cookie value is quoted by the Werkzeug library to be safe for use in Cookie headers; this includes quoting any