RAILS, HAML : How to put Checkbox and label on the same line, with translations

Hey guys!

Today I have decided to share with you little secret, that can save you quite some time, while writing templates with HAML.

While creating a form for one of the projects, I needed to put a checkbox within the same line as label and also I had to make my label a “translation”.

I googled and the closest which I was able to find was:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9774555/nesting-ruby-on-rails-haml-checkbox-in-label-tag

However, It didn’t really solve my “translation” problem.

Initially my code looked like this:

.send_email in this case is a translation from my eng.yml file which equals to “Send credentials to user by email”.

The code produced this output:

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However, what I needed my checkbox and message to be on the same line. This is how I was able to solve it:

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(Sorry if wordpress screwed indentation!!!)

And here is how output looks like:

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That’s it for today!

Have a wonderful day!

Regards,

Anatoly

Anatoly Spektor

IT Consultant with 6 years experience in Software Development and IT Leadership. Participated in such projects as Eclipse IDE, Big Blue Button, Toronto 2015 Panam Games.

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