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Python Django Basics What a View! First URL

I"m getting an error here, and I don't see the mistake.

I need to import the views from current directory I did

from . import views

newspaper/urls.py
from django.conf.urls import url

from . import views

urlpatterns = [
    url(r'^$', views.hello_world),
]

3 Answers

If you are on the first task, you need to remove the first and only element in urlpatterns. I know you're excited to start appending elements to the list, but that's for the second task.

If you are on the second task, however, I believe you need to put in the correct URL. :smile:

I hope this helps. ~alex

*Note:

Ryan S
Ryan S
27,276 Points

Hi Jose,

The issue is that the challenge asks you to point to a view named "index" in your url pattern, not "hello_world".

Good luck.

Oops, I was paying too much attention on the second-last line of code (the element inside of the urlpatterns variable) and I didn't notice that XP

Thanks for the catch. :smile:

~alex

Thank you guys!