Source code for wtforms.fields.simple

import warnings

from .. import widgets
from .core import Field, StringField, BooleanField

__all__ = (
    'BooleanField', 'TextAreaField', 'PasswordField', 'FileField', 'MultipleFileField',
    'HiddenField', 'SubmitField', 'TextField'

class TextField(StringField):
    Legacy alias for StringField

    .. deprecated:: 2.0
    def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
        super(TextField, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
            'The TextField alias for StringField has been deprecated and will be removed in WTForms 3.0',
            DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2

[docs]class TextAreaField(StringField): """ This field represents an HTML ``<textarea>`` and can be used to take multi-line input. """ widget = widgets.TextArea()
[docs]class PasswordField(StringField): """ A StringField, except renders an ``<input type="password">``. Also, whatever value is accepted by this field is not rendered back to the browser like normal fields. """ widget = widgets.PasswordInput()
[docs]class FileField(Field): """Renders a file upload field. By default, the value will be the filename sent in the form data. WTForms **does not** deal with frameworks' file handling capabilities. A WTForms extension for a framework may replace the filename value with an object representing the uploaded data. """ widget = widgets.FileInput() def _value(self): # browser ignores value of file input for security return False
[docs]class MultipleFileField(FileField): """A :class:`FileField` that allows choosing multiple files.""" widget = widgets.FileInput(multiple=True) def process_formdata(self, valuelist): = valuelist
[docs]class HiddenField(StringField): """ HiddenField is a convenience for a StringField with a HiddenInput widget. It will render as an ``<input type="hidden">`` but otherwise coerce to a string. """ widget = widgets.HiddenInput()
[docs]class SubmitField(BooleanField): """ Represents an ``<input type="submit">``. This allows checking if a given submit button has been pressed. """ widget = widgets.SubmitInput()