A Django middleware application that removes the WWW subdomain
The middleware inspects the request’s host for the www subdomain, and redirects if REMOVE_WWW is True. It silently passes if PREPEND_WWW is also True. For some reason, Django won’t include a REMOVE_WWW setting. Thanks to Daniel Ryan’s GitHub Gist for some inspiration.
$ pip install django-removewww
Add to settings.py.
MIDDLEWARE = [ # ... 'removewww.middleware.RemoveWwwMiddleware', ] REMOVE_WWW = True
Adding to INSTALLED_APPS is unnecessary unless you want to run the tests.
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