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Python Django Basics Django Templates Writer view

make sure 'writer' is in the view context

not sure what is wrong here:

def writer_detail(request, pk):
  writer = Writer.objects.get(pk=pk)
  return render(request, 'articles/writer_detail.html', {'Writer': writer})

1 Answer

Lorenzo Minto
Lorenzo Minto
13,898 Points

On the return statement you wrote 'Writer' instead of 'writer', this way it basically doesn't link to anything in the view html template. Just a typo, change that and it should run just fine.

This is the second question I have asked and it has been answered with "you aren't observant"... thank you. I need a red bull!