There are certain configurations in your settings.py such as DEBUG, STATIC_URL, DATABASES, SECRET_KEY, ALLOWED_HOSTS, etc. These settings are actually the ones that you need to look after while deploying to the production environment. Whenever your application goes live, you shouldn’t display your debug logs, or error messages on the browsers. This will make your application vulnerable. Also you might want to put different secret keys.
WARNINGS (URLs.W005) URL namespace ‘admin’ isn’t unique. You may not be able to reverse all URLs in this namespace
Lets jump into this minor issue you face while running Django migrations. The issue also has a quick fix. The issue is encountered when we type the following command in your terminal:
[Python] Making Website With DjangoCMS.
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[Django Tutorial] Connect MySQL Database in Django Framework
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[Django Tutorial] Implementation of Authentication, Login, Logout, Registration, URLs for logged in Users in Django.
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[Django Tutorial] Table Search filter using Django filters.
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[Python Django] How To solve “ManagementForm data is missing or has been tampered with” issue?
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[Django Tutorial] Render Your First Django View.
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Second route which has a regex r’^$’ is defined for home. This denotes for an empty string. Therefore if the route is http://127.0.0.1:8000 it calls the home method and renders the view defined in that method.
[Django Tutorial] Create a New Django Application. Drillthrough of the Project Directory
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[Django Tutorial] Make Initial Migration, Create Superuser
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