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Description

django-admin-interface is a modern responsive flat admin interface customizable by the admin itself.

Programming language: CSS
License: MIT License
Tags: Build Tools     RESTful API     Django     Admin Panels     1.7     1.8     1.9     1.10     Interface Engine     1.11     2.0     2.1     2.2     3.0     Custom     3.1     3.2     4.0     4.1    
Latest version: v0.22.1

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django-admin-interface

django-admin-interface is a modern responsive flat admin interface customizable by the admin itself.

django-admin-interface-preview


Features

  • Beautiful default django-theme
  • Themes management and customization (you can **customize admin title, logo and colors)
  • Responsive
  • Related modal (instead of the old popup window)
  • Environment name/marker
  • Language chooser
  • List filter dropdown
  • Foldable apps (accordions in the navigation bar)
  • Collapsible fieldsets can have their initial state expanded instead of collapsed
  • List filter sticky
  • Form controls sticky (pagination and save/delete buttons)
  • Compatibility / style optimizations for:
    • django-ckeditor
    • django-dynamic-raw-id
    • django-json-widget
    • django-modeltranslation
    • django-rangefilter
    • django-streamfield
    • django-tabbed-admin
    • sorl-thumbnail

Installation

  • Run pip install django-admin-interface
  • Add admin_interface, flat_responsive, flat and colorfield to settings.INSTALLED_APPS before django.contrib.admin ```python INSTALLED_APPS = ( #... "admin_interface", "flat_responsive", # only if django version < 2.0 "flat", # only if django version < 1.9 "colorfield", #... "django.contrib.admin", #... )

only if django version >= 3.0

X_FRAME_OPTIONS = "SAMEORIGIN" SILENCED_SYSTEM_CHECKS = ["security.W019"]

- Run `python manage.py migrate`
- Run `python manage.py collectstatic`
- Restart your application server

#### Optional features

To make a fieldset start expanded with a `Hide` button to collapse:
```python
    fieldsets = [
        ("Section title", {
            "classes": ("collapse", "expanded"),
            "fields": (...),
        }),
    ]

Upgrade

  • Run pip install django-admin-interface --upgrade
  • Run python manage.py migrate (add --fake-initial if you are upgrading from 0.1.0 version)
  • Run python manage.py collectstatic --clear
  • Restart your application server

Optional themes

This package ships with optional themes as fixtures, they can be installed using the loaddata admin command. Optional themes are activated on installation.

Django theme (default):

Run python manage.py loaddata admin_interface_theme_django.json

Bootstrap theme:

Run python manage.py loaddata admin_interface_theme_bootstrap.json

Foundation theme:

Run python manage.py loaddata admin_interface_theme_foundation.json

U.S. Web Design Standards theme:

Run python manage.py loaddata admin_interface_theme_uswds.json

Add more themes

You can add a theme you've created through the admin to this repository by sending us a PR. Here are the steps to follow to add:

  1. Export your exact theme as fixture using the dumpdata admin command: python manage.py dumpdata admin_interface.Theme --indent 4 -o admin_interface_theme_{{name}}.json --pks=N

  2. Copy the generated json file into the fixtures folder (making sure its name starts with admin_interface_theme_ to avoid clashes with fixtures that might be provided by other third party apps).

  3. Remove the pk from the fixture and make sure the active field is set to true (in this way a theme is automatically activated when installed).

  4. Edit the section above to document your theme.

Add theme support to third-party libraries

You can add theme support to existing third-party libraries using the following CSS variables:

Header

  • --admin-interface-header-background-color
  • --admin-interface-header-text-color
  • --admin-interface-header-link-color
  • --admin-interface-header-link_hover-color
  • --admin-interface-title-color
  • --admin-interface-env-color

Logo

  • --admin-interface-logo-color
  • --admin-interface-logo-default-background-image
  • --admin-interface-logo-max-width
  • --admin-interface-logo-max-height

Modules / Links

  • --admin-interface-module-background-color
  • --admin-interface-module-background-selected-color
  • --admin-interface-module-border-radius
  • --admin-interface-module-text-color
  • --admin-interface-module-link-color
  • --admin-interface-module-link-selected-color
  • --admin-interface-module-link-hover-color
  • --admin-interface-generic-link-color
  • --admin-interface-generic-link-hover-color

Buttons

  • --admin-interface-save-button-background-color
  • --admin-interface-save-button-background-hover-color
  • --admin-interface-save-button-text-color
  • --admin-interface-delete-button-background-color
  • --admin-interface-delete-button-background-hover-color
  • --admin-interface-delete-button-text-color

Related Modal

  • --admin-interface-related-modal-background-color
  • --admin-interface-related-modal-background-opacity
  • --admin-interface-related-modal-border-radius
  • --admin-interface-related-modal-close-button-display

Screenshots

Admin login

django-admin-interface_login

Admin dashboard

django-admin-interface_dashboard

Admin themes management

django-admin-interface_themes_management

Admin theme customization

django-admin-interface_theme_customization


FAQ

Custom base-site.html

I already have a custom base_site.html, how can I make it work?

You can use django-apptemplates, then add {% extends "admin_interface:admin/base_site.html" %} to your base_site.html

Language Chooser not showing

I have enabled the Language Chooser, but it is not visible in the admin, what should I do?

You must configure multilanguage settings and urls correctly:

LANGUAGES = (
    ("en", _("English")),
    ("it", _("Italiano")),
    ("fr", _("Français")),
    # more than one language is expected here
)
LANGUAGE_CODE = "en"
USE_I18N = True
MIDDLEWARE = [
    # ...
    "django.middleware.locale.LocaleMiddleware",
    # ...
]
from django.conf.urls.i18n import i18n_patterns
from django.contrib import admin
from django.urls import include, path

# ...

urlpatterns = [
    path("i18n/", include("django.conf.urls.i18n")),
]
urlpatterns += i18n_patterns(path("admin/", admin.site.urls))

Testing

# clone repository
git clone https://github.com/fabiocaccamo/django-admin-interface.git && cd django-admin-interface

# create virtualenv and activate it
python -m venv venv && . venv/bin/activate

# upgrade pip
python -m pip install --upgrade pip

# install requirements
pip install -r requirements.txt -r requirements-test.txt

# run tests
tox
# or
python setup.py test
# or
python -m django test --settings "tests.settings"

License

Released under [MIT License](LICENSE.txt).


Supporting

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  • :moneybag: Sponsor me on Github

See also

  • django-colorfield - simple color field for models with a nice color-picker in the admin. 🎨

  • django-extra-settings - config and manage typed extra settings using just the django admin. ⚙️

  • django-maintenance-mode - shows a 503 error page when maintenance-mode is on. 🚧 🛠️

  • django-redirects - redirects with full control. ↪️

  • django-treenode - probably the best abstract model / admin for your tree based stuff. 🌳

  • python-benedict - dict subclass with keylist/keypath support, I/O shortcuts (base64, csv, json, pickle, plist, query-string, toml, xml, yaml) and many utilities. 📘

  • python-codicefiscale - encode/decode Italian fiscal codes - codifica/decodifica del Codice Fiscale. 🇮🇹 💳

  • python-fontbro - friendly font operations. 🧢

  • python-fsutil - file-system utilities for lazy devs. 🧟‍♂️


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the django-admin-interface README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.