How can I remove the text of labels in a Django generated form?

I have a form that renders well just for label text, which I don't want, and I've tried everything I can to disconnect it from my form, but it won't just ...

class sign_up_form(forms.ModelForm):
    class Meta:
        model = Users
        fields =['email']
        widgets = {
            'email': forms.EmailInput(attrs={
                'id': 'email',
                'class': 'form-control input-lg emailAddress',
                'name': 'email',
                'placeholder': 'Enter a valid email'})}


I've tried:

from django.shortcuts import render
from mysite.forms import sign_up_form

def register(request):
    sign_up = sign_up_form(auto_id=False)
    context = {'sign_up_form': sign_up}
    return render(request, 'mysite/register.html', context)


I need mine widgets

as above.


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ModelForms will have default labels marked, so you have to rewind where you don't need labels.

you can define it like this

class sign_up_form(forms.ModelForm):
    email = forms.CharField(widget=forms.Textarea, label='')
    class Meta:
        model = Users
        fields =['email']


This method will not contain labels for your form, the other method depends on rendering in the template. You can always avoid shortcuts from the form <label>MY LABEL</label>

instead{{ form.field.label }}



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