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Project Description

This package provides a retroactive way to fix 404 errors in a django based website, by intercepting them and providing the option to add a redirect for any of these 404 urls.


Install the package. Usage of pip is highly recommended:
pip install django-clever404

Next, add the package to the INSTALLED_APPS setting:

Then we can add the middleware:

That's it. Sync or migrate the database, start the server, and from now on it should maintain a list of 404 urls. If the site uses the admin framework, clever404 provides an admin interface to add redirection urls.
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