Django has one of the most flexible URL schemes among web frameworks. Basically, there is no implied URL scheme. You can explicitly define any URL scheme you like using appropriate regular expressions.
However, as superheroes love to say—"With great power comes great responsibility." You cannot get away with a sloppy URL design any more.
URLs used to be ugly because they were considered to be ignored by users. Back in the 90s when portals used to be popular, the common assumption was that your users will come through the front door, that is, the home page. They will navigate to the other pages of the site by clicking on links.
Search engines have changed all that. According to a 2013 research report, nearly half (47 percent) of all ...