ImportError cannot import name a_class working with Django


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asked Mar 1, 2016 by Ern4193 (2,140 points)
Thank you for any help. I have django site, hosted on pythonanywhere.

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answered Mar 9, 2016 by Fub_give (830 points)
I know that this is not an solution for your particular problem. You can take the help from the following link : https://blog.udemy.com/django-tutorial-getting-started-with-django/ :)
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answered Apr 11, 2016 by oriented (280 points)
I just started this one: initial commit, imported from server, with some tweaks ... proposals are welcome :)
Adding them here as this accepted answer would be incomplete without these
commented Apr 13, 2016 by Trghang (660 points)
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answered Apr 16, 2016 by Lorkowski (350 points)
Something like this should work. There is a tool http://www.programask.com/question_31881575_templatesyntaxerror-caught-importerror-while-rendering-cannot-import-name-util/ to help you download all font variants
commented Apr 17, 2016 by argument (190 points)
This answer deals with your question but is not exactly an answer to it. For more on this see this
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answered May 9, 2016 by Tokunaga (180 points)
For more information about why they were removed, see TDDjangoTutorial

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