Hard-coding urls makes changing URLs harder, and makes linking to the wrong page easier - so harms maintainability.
Django encourages giving URLs a name so they can be resoved later (rather than hard coding the URL).
This be taken advantage of by defining a `name` in the url.py entry, and then using that name in templates.
If we spot this issue in your GitHub pull request we give this advice:
Django Doctor will run this check by default. No configuration is needed but the check can be turned on/off using check code
hard-coded-url in your pyproject.toml file.