Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of DjangoDesign


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Timestamp:
03/30/10 02:40:41 (5 years ago)
Author:
gamesbook
Comment:

how to display placeholders

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    5454=== Dashboard "Placeholders" ===
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    56 Grappelli sets a very interesting precedent with regards to adding the concept of "bookmarks", etc. to the admin's index page. I've seen and used numerous projects (such as bartTC's [http://github.com/bartTC/django-memcache-status django-memcached-status]) that add elements to that page. Currently, they place themselves at the top of the app list. Given a few of these, the situation gets ugly fairly quickly. Even if Grappelli's concepts, like bookmarks, never make it to the admin, a block reserved for these types of widgets should be reserved. (BV) Isn't this solved by the non-CRUD functionality as described below? (AB)
     56Grappelli sets a very interesting precedent with regards to adding the concept of "bookmarks", etc. to the admin's index page. I've seen and used numerous projects (such as bartTC's [http://github.com/bartTC/django-memcache-status django-memcached-status]) that add elements to that page. Currently, they place themselves at the top of the app list. Given a few of these, the situation gets ugly fairly quickly. Even if Grappelli's concepts, like bookmarks, never make it to the admin, a block reserved for these types of widgets should be reserved. (BV) Possibly a "drop down" list or "hide/expand area" would allow for N number of elements to be added to such a "block" or section of the page?
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     58Isn't this solved by the non-CRUD functionality as described below? (AB)
    5759
    5860=== Non-CRUD functionality ===
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