Local gitlab Auth 2.0 and django

Hello We made our own Gitlab installation on our server. I installed Readthedocs Local in the link below. In order to connect our accounts on gitlab with readthedocs, I was asked to make the following settings from the gitlab section in the readthedocs document.

https://readthedocs.org/ https://dev.readthedocs.io/en/latest/install.html

But interestingly, even though I set the settings on our own server gitlab.local, by default django goes to gitlab.com when I connect to gitlab via devthedocs.org. However, it should connect to gitlab.local on my server, how can I fix this problem?

On page 34 of this document here https://readthedocs.org/projects/django-allauth/downloads/pdf/latest/

"The GitLab provider works by default with https://gitlab.com. It allows you to connect to your private GitLab server and use GitLab as an OAuth2 authentication provider as described in GitLab docs at http://doc.gitlab.com/ ce/integration/oauth_provider.html"

I need your support in this matter. Thank you very much.

Configure the applications on GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab. For each of these, the callback URI is http://devthedocs.org/accounts//login/callback/ where is one of github, gitlab, or bitbucket_oauth2. When setup, you will be given a “Client ID” (also called an “Application ID” or just “Key”) and a “Secret”.

Take the “Client ID” and “Secret” for each service and enter it in your local Django admin at: http://devthedocs.org/admin/socialaccount/socialapp/. Make sure to apply it to the “Site”.

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