The automatic admin interface is one of Django's most powerful features. It reads metadata from your models to create a model-centric interface for trusted users to manage content on your site. The admin's recommended use is limited to the internal management tool of an organisation.
By modifying the templates used to render pages, you may completely personalise the admin. The loading of templates in the Django template engine follows a set of rules. It uses the first template that matches the name when loading a template. By using the same directory structure and file names as the admin templates, you can override them.
In the django/contrib/admin/templates/admin folder, you may find the default admin template. You'll most likely be working in a virtual environment in this case, and you'll locate this folder in the directory that contains all of the installed libraries.
The design, however, is not mobile-friendly. Users of mobile devices must zoom and pan a great deal.
Custom admin actions necessitate extra care. Django isn't familiar with them, therefore it can't prevent them from being accessed by default. Any admin user with any model permission will be able to perform a custom action. A staff user can perform this action to mark one or more users and activate them all at once.
how use middleware in django???
Simple and easy to understand
SIr how can i download all HTML templates which are used in this project ? please provide me link for download these templates
SIr how can i download all HTML templates which are used in this project ? please provide me link for download these templates.
very sharp knowledge of subject and also good teaching technique one of the best teacher
Really it is best learning plateform
A great journey with you (python and Django). Thanks, Sunit Jha sir. It was really so helpful.
For those who want the full project (have some bugs): https://github.com/khalidswe/jobportal