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Python Customizing Django Templates Building Custom Tags Create An Inclusion Tag

Django templates

Task4 of 5 : Next, create a function named steps_list that returns all of the Step objects.

I don't know where im wrong. please help

from django import template
from courses.models import Step
def steps_list():
    steps = step.objects.all()
    return {'steps': steps}

1 Answer

Hey, Elvin. Sorry for the late response. Your 'Step' model reference on line 5 needs to be capitalized, like it is where you imported it. Change that and it should pass. I hope this helps!

Thank you, I had not even noticed that one. Just did that, and it passed.