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To mask django url paths, instead of built in template tag

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Masking url’s on templates not to show exact path, hiding them all except get params.


pip install django-maskurl

Then add <code>maskurl.middleware.UnMaskURLMiddleware</code> to the end of your <code>MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES</code>.



To mask a url on a template simply at the top, before all html codes <code>{% load maskurl %}</code> line must be placed, as following;

{% load maskurl %}

Then requested urls on that html file should be one of the following formats;

- {% url 'main' %}
- {% url 'list' 4 %}
- {% url 'list' 'blah' %}
- {% url 'list' %}
- {% url 'list' %}
- {% url 'list'|title|lower %}
- {{ reversed_url }}

Those can be converted as following;

- {% maskurl 'main' %}
- {% maskurl 'main' 4 %}
- {% maskurl 'main' 'blah' %}
- {% maskurl 'main' %}
- {% maskurl 'main' %}
- {% maskurl 'main'|title|lower %}
- {% maskurl reversed_url %}

get params can also be added after the closing curly bracket.

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