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"One of the first issues you might face is seeing a style-less page.
This happens becuase the test server isnít really a web server, and
youíre probably serving static files from something relative such as '/
site_media'. The solution is simple: Run a separate Django server and
tweak your development-only static URL to something like:
STATIC_URL = 'http://localhost:8000/site_media/
but this doesn't works anymore, because django.contrib.staticfiles
doesn't serve static when STATIC_URL contains full URL.
I found the node at https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/howto/static-files/#serving-sta...
"That's because this view is grossly inefficient and probably
insecure. This is only intended for local development, and should
never be used in production.
Additionally, when using staticfiles_urlpatterns your STATIC_URL
setting can't be empty or a full URL, such as http://static.example.com/."
Is there a way to omit this limitation for local development?