I figured it out. For some reason the presenter did not add the name of the 
app at the end of the makemigrations command. I did exactly like he did and 
got the wrong result. When I added the name of the app at the end 
everything functioned normally. With Jayne.com you are flying blind. There 
is no one to help you understand if the presenter makes a mistake. I'm 
looking around fr another site that is more user-friendly. Thanks a lot for 
your help! 

On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 9:37:52 PM UTC-4, Paul Handley wrote:
> I am taking the Django and Python course on Lynda.com I have been 
> following along, as the presenter shows me how to do it. I have downloaded 
> and installed Python and Django; created my first project and first app. 
> When I the presenter showed how to make a first "migration" by typing 
> "python manage.py makemigrations" his computer terminal showed success in 
> that a file called "initial.py was created. When I tried this at my 
> terminal all I got was "No changes detected" I looked in file explorer to 
> see if the file was created anyway, it wasn't.
> If I have done everything correctly( and I have) why is this not working?
> Thanks,
> Paul

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