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I'm having the same problem I've had before. I have created an additional django app as a way to test updates before putting them on my site. My problem is that none of my media shows up. Everything is correct in my settings.py so I know it's not that. Also, I'm certain its correct in my html file. The problem was solved by an admin the first time, and I'm not sure what he did.

asked 09 Nov '10, 13:28

Sean Lambert
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Do you have "Symbolic link to static only" apps set up as outlined here, http://docs.webfaction.com/software/django/getting-started.html#serving-static-media ? You can also send us a support ticket and we can look at the account and tell you.

(09 Nov '10, 14:48) johns

I just did that and still no dice.

(09 Nov '10, 17:59) Sean Lambert

I fixed it. While following that tutorial I made a typo :)

thanks!

(09 Nov '10, 18:48) Sean Lambert
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