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NoReverseMatch at /

This line:

url(r'(?P[0-9A-Za-z._%+-]+)', explore_view, name='explore')

…is defining an url that takes an Argument countryorcategory in the template. You need to put an argument on your url either of the following in your template:

{% url 'explore' argument %}
{% url 'explore' countryorcategory=argument %}

If you want to continue to use non-argument urls with the same name, you can define additional urls with the same name but with different patterns. For example:

urlpatterns = patterns('',
    url(r'(?P[0-9A-Za-z._%+-]+)', explore_view, name='explore'),
    url(r'', explore_view, name='explore'),
)

Then {% url 'explore' %} should work both with and without an argument.



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