Django: Named URLs / Same Template, Different Named URL


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I have a webapp that lists all of my artists, albums and songs when the appropriate link is clicked. I make extensive use of generic views (object_list/detail) and named urls but I am coming across an annoyance. I have three templates that pretty much output the exact same html that look just like this:


{% extends "base.html" %}
{% block content %}
<div id="content">
<ul id="starts-with">
{% for starts_with in starts_with_list %}
<li><a href="{% url song_list_x starts_with %}">{{ starts_with|upper }}</a></li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>
<ul>
{% for song i

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Django: Named URLs / Same Template, Different Named URL

I have a webapp that lists all of my artists, albums and songs when the appropriate link is clicked. I make extensive use of generic views (object_list/detail) and named urls but I am coming across an annoyance. I have three templates that pretty much output the exact same html that look just like this:


{% extends "base.html" %}
{% block content %}
<div id="content">
<ul id="starts-with">
{% for starts_with in starts_with_list %}
<li><a href="{% url song_list_x starts_with %}">{{ starts_with|upper }}</a></li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>
<ul>
{% for song i
Django and urls.py: How do I HttpResponseRedirect via a named url?

I'm writing a member-based web application, and I need to be able to redirect the page after login. I want to use the named url from my urls.py script in my views.py file for the login application, but I can't for the life of me figure out what to do. What I have is this:


def login(request):
if request.session.has_key('user'):
if request.session['user'] is not None:
return HttpResponseRedirect('/path/to/page.html')

What I want to accomplish is something like:


def login(request):
if request.session.has_key('user'):
if request.session['user'] is not None:
return HttpRespon
Reversible, named URLs for Django flatpages (or multilingual-ng)?

Is there a way to have reversible, named URLs for Django flatpages (or multilingual-ng, which is flatpages + translations)?


If not, is there a similar app available which can have named URLs for pages which are editable through the admin? (And I'd rather avoid any behemoth CMSs, please.)


edit: Please see the comments in the answers below for more discussion and clarification of the question.


Python-Django : ImportError at / : No module named urls

I have created Djnago project in eclipse. Unfortunately, i am facing issue when i run the projectImportError at /No module named urlsHere Error Pagehttp://dpaste.com/1499981/Eclipse Project http://i1008.photobucket.com/albums/af204/shoaibshah01/Untitled_zps84f95b4f.jpgurls.py Contentfrom django.conf.urls import patterns, include, urlfrom django.contrib import adminadmin.autodiscover()urlpatterns = patterns('', # Examples: # url(r'^$', 'TestApp.views.home', name='home'),


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