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A quick tool to serve the acme-challenge verification page.

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# django-acme-challenge

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A quick tool to serve the acme-challenge verification page. When creating an SSL certificate with Let’s Encrypt, you need to serve a page that they request to confirm you own the site:

Make sure your web server displays the following content at http://your-domain-name/.well-known/acme-challenge/l9msb_LONG_STRING before continuing:


This app provides a quick way to serve that page.

## Installation

pip install

Add ‘acme_challenge’, to your installed apps and update your

url(r’^.well-known/acme-challenge/’, include(‘acme_challenge.urls’)),

### Settings

Just set two variables:


http://your-domain-name/.well-known/acme-challenge/ACME_CHALLENGE_URL_SLUG will then serve the value of ACME_CHALLENGE_TEMPLATE_CONTENT for validation.

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