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  1. Hey w3schools, I am a huge fan of python language and I am currently learning flask. In general there is also a huge community using python for web applications. Have you any plans to add Python (Flask or Django) to w3schools?
  2. Hello, I've a problem when I try to send variables (django variables) from html to javascript. My variables contain coordinates, I mean, they are decimals, and when I receive them in the javascript and I show them in console, I've got only the no decimal part of the coordinates. This is my code: Template: <td><button onclick="window.to('{{p.coorx}}','{{p.coory}}')" data-coorx="{{p.coorx}}" data-coory="{{p.coory}}">Ver Pozo</button></td> Javascript: window.to = function(coorx,coory) { var coorx = parseFloat(coorx); var coory = parseFloat(coory); console.log(coorx); console.log(coory);} I'm sure that my error is in the way in what I establish the parameters to send in HTML. I've tried several choices as: <td><button onclick="window.to(" + {{p.coorx}} + "," + {{p.coory}} + ")" data-coorx="{{p.coorx}}" data-coory="{{p.coory}}">Ver Pozo</button></td> But then it gives me an error: Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token } Would anybody know how to solve this problem? Greetings and thank you very much in advance!
  3. Best blog framework?

    Hi! I'm going to set up a blog-like website, but I don't really want to use something like tumblr or wordpress. So what's the best (and easiest!!) framework to build this on? Django and Rails on Ruby, are these good choices or are there better options? Thanks in advance/Nicolas
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