Are you using class-based views? Does your view have a post() method?
I searched the web for `django "method not allowed (POST)"` and this is the first result that came up:
Antonis Christofides +30-6979924665 (mobile)
Hi there. I have a system whereby users are recommended anime, and I want it so when they see anime on the website they can press a button on any anime shown, which will then add it to their 'UserList' which is a saved list that they can go back to and see whenever they want.
I figure the button just needs to associate the anime.id with the POST request, and then add it to the user that is logged ins user.userlist.anime_in_list but I can't get it to work.
Currently my terminal is displaying the error
Method Not Allowed (POST): /anime/
Method not allowed: /anime/
when the button is pressed
A code break down for my models.py, views.py etc. is available on this reddit post:
Thanks for any help I'm so stuck and I think it's probably simple!
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