How to Deploy Django Static Files in Nginx!

How to Deploy Django Static Files in Nginx!

Written by Adam. R on Nov 2nd, 2021 Views Report Post

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In your project_name/, specify the your app static file directories in STATICFILES_DIRS list. In STATIC_ROOT variable, specify the target directory for your static files. You can choose any directory that is not linked to a user. It should be visible to:

    os.path.join(BASE_DIR, "<app_name>/static"),

STATIC_URL = "/static/"
STATIC_ROOT = "/var/www/<project_name>/static/"

Collect static files

Django does not automatically copy all your static files to STATIC_ROOT. You can do this manually by running:

python collectstatic

Nginx configuration

In your nginx configuration add a location section.

server {

    location /static/ {
        root /var/www/<project_name>/;
        autoindex off;

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