First of all, when using a mailing list, forum or similar like this,
please reply to the list instead of the person answering you directly
(in this case me).
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> Thanks for the response, however, you misinterpreted what I wrote. My
> code is exactly what is shown in the tutorial. What I meant by the
> error message displaying that there are matches, is that the detail in
> the message shows the exact path to each of the pages (views). It shows
> the path exactly as it should be and exactly as it is in the code. What
> is incorrect about how I read it?
I think I understand what you mean. The error message is informing you
how it tried to match the URL you gave it (ie. what your browser sent to
your Django application). And that does indeed seem to match exactly
what is in the tutorial.
> The paths in my code show exactly the
> paths that the error message says it tried. Again, I think it is the
> precise code showing in Part 3 of the tutorial. Perhaps you could take
> a look at that and tell me what specifically is wrong? that would be great.
Nothing wrong with your code it seems, you probably just typed the wrong
URL in your browser. Try to remove the 'detail' part, e.g. something