Some ways to customize the behavior of django-uni-form.
If you don’t like the use of ‘*’ (asterisk) to denote required fields you can simply overrride the django-uni-form field.html. In your Django project’s templates directory create a new directory called uni_form. Copy the django-uni-form field.html file to that directory and make the desired changes. For example:
cd ~/<my-projects>/<my-awesome-django-project>/templates/ mkdir uni_form cd uni_form/ cp <my-site-packages>/Django-uni-form/uni_form/templates/uni_form/field.html .
Now you could change the asterisk to any other character, an image icon, or whatever else you want.
django-uni-form implements form fields in html differently than the standard Uni-Form. If you want to adhere to the strict definition of django-uni-form replace the field.html file with field.strict.html. You can just follow these instructions:
cd ~/<my-projects>/<my-awesome-django-project>/templates/ mkdir uni_form cd uni_form/ cp <my-site-packages>/Django-uni-form/uni_form/templates/field.strict.html field.html