If you get a TemplateDoesNotExist error, this means that Django can't find a template with the specified name in the places it expects to. Typically, there are two causes of this:

  1. the template itself is in the wrong directory, or is misnamed
  2. the reference to the template in the code is incorrect.

The template needs to be somewhere in /templates, and the path has to match the path set in the code.

For example, if the template is referred to in the code as "my_template.html", then Django will be expecting to find it at /templates/my_template.html.

Please check both the reference and the actual path, and if you still have issues, please contact us and we'll do our best to help.

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