Python raises the ModuleNotFoundError: no module named ‘corsheaders’ error message when the interpreter cannot find the ‘django-cors-headers‘ module, which is likely because it is not installed.
The easy fix for the “ModuleNotFoundError: no module named ‘corsheaders‘” error is to install the ‘django-cors-headers’ package using this command: pip install django-cors-headers.
You can see that it installed the django-cors-headers version 3.13.0.
Second solution: Install the django-cors-headers using conda
You can use the conda package manager with Anaconda distribution to install the django-cors-headers module in Python to fix the ModuleNotFoundError: no module named ‘corsheaders’ error.
conda install -c conda-forge django-cors-headers
The above command is for installing the django-cors-headers package using the conda package manager.
The conda-forge is the channel or repository where the package is hosted.
To run this command, you must have conda and the conda-forge channel added to your system’s PATH.
It will download and install the latest version of the django-cors-headers package.
After the installation is complete, you can import and use it in your Django project.
Third solution: Install the django-cors-headers using the source code
If you are using Git to install the package, go to this link and pull the package into your project.
It adds Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) headers to responses. This allows in-browser requests to your Django application from other origins.
I hope this will resolve your error.