News dashboard (‘appie’)

Ten most recent articles:

iv { border-bottom:1px solid #ddd; } h1 { font-weight:normal; margin-bottom:.4em; } h1 span { font-size:60%; color:#666; font-weight:normal; } table { border:none; border-collapse: collapse; width:100%; } td, th { vertical-align:top; padding:2px 3px; } th { width:12em; text-align:right; color:#666; padding-right:.5em; } #info { background:#f6f6f6; } #info ol { margin: 0.5em 4em; } #info ol li { font-family: monospace; } #summary { background: #ffc; } #explanation { background:#eee; border-bottom: 0px none; } pre.exception_value { font-family: sans-serif; color: #575757; font-size: 1.5em; margin: 10px 0 10px 0; }

Page not found (404)

Request Method: GET
Request URL: http://qsteplin.ex.ac.uk/brexitbelong/appie/output/index.html

Using the URLconf defined in backend.urls, Django tried these URL patterns, in this order:

  1. admin/
  2. [name='index']
  3. disclaimer/ [name='disclaimer']
  4. creator/ [name='creator']
  5. start/ [name='start']
  6. question/ [name='question_slug']
  7. question/<int:index>/ [name='question']
  8. finish/ [name='finish']
  9. personal/ [name='personal']
  10. save/ [name='save']
  11. visualise/ [name='visualise']
  12. dev/ [name='dev']
  13. flush/ [name='flush']
  14. population/ [name='population']
  15. characters/ [name='characters']
  16. plot/ [name='plot']
  17. scan/ [name='scan']
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