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docs/howto/setup.rst

 Admin Styling
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-Django REST framework uses the admin media for styling.  When running using Django's testserver this is automatically served for you, but once you move onto a production server, you'll want to make sure you serve the admin media seperatly, exactly as you would do if using the Django admin.
+Django REST framework uses the admin media for styling.  When running using Django's testserver this is automatically served for you, but once you move onto a production server, you'll want to make sure you serve the admin media separately, exactly as you would do `if using the Django admin <http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/howto/deployment/modwsgi/#serving-the-admin-files>`_.
 
 * Ensure that the ``ADMIN_MEDIA_PREFIX`` is set appropriately and that you are serving the admin media.  (Django's testserver will automatically serve the admin media for you)
 
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