Here are model and form classes from example:
class Item(db.Model): name = db.StringProperty() quantity = db.IntegerProperty(default=1) target_price = db.FloatProperty() priority = db.StringProperty(default='Medium',choices=[ 'High', 'Medium', 'Low']) entry_time = db.DateTimeProperty(auto_now_add=True) added_by = db.UserProperty() class ItemForm(djangoforms.ModelForm): class Meta: model = Item exclude = ['added_by']
It will be rendered as table rows.
Can I change how they will be rendered (change width or make it to be list instead of table row or anything…)?
Take a look at the Django forms docs, here. The docs are for 1.0, but most of it applies to the 0.91 version bundled with App Engine, too.
The short answer to your question:
form.as_pwill generate an HTML representation of the form as a series of <p> tags, while
form.as_ulwill generate a series of <ul> tags and
form.as_tablewill generate a table.