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#1 Jan. 2, 2011 07:04:28

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Customize the admin look and feel


I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom. I'm stuck
with this paragraph......

Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
(django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as above,
then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to /home/
my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that admin
subdirectory.

I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
templates/admin/base_site.html.

I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.

Any help please?

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#2 Jan. 2, 2011 11:05:35

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The directions seem quite clear. What have you set TEMPLATE_DIRS to in
settings.py? It goes in there.
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#3 Jan. 2, 2011 11:44:01

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"DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates/admin/" but I created the
"mytemplates" and "admin" directories for this purpose.

What exactly is this supposed to do for me anyway? I thought it would
allow me to edit the "Django administration" bar at the top, but I
can't as of yet.

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> The directions seem quite clear. What have you set TEMPLATE_DIRS to in
> settings.py? It goes in there.
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#4 Jan. 2, 2011 14:07:42

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Hi,

Your TEMPLATE_DIRS should contain a path to a folder where you want to keep
your templates. Say if your project is in *D:/myproject* then create a
folder named
template under *D:\myproject*, and in that folder create a folder named *admin
*and then copy and paste base_site.html into the admin folder.

TEMPLATE_DIRS section should look like the below snippet in settings.py

*
TEMPLATE_DIRS = (
'D:/myproject /templates'
)


*
On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
> down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom. I'm stuck
> with this paragraph......
>
> Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
> Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
> (django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
> whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
> your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as above,
> then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to /home/
> my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that admin
> subdirectory.
>
> I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
> templates/admin/base_site.html.
>
> I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.
>
> Any help please?
>
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#5 Jan. 2, 2011 14:23:22

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OK, this is now what I have:

Project location..... C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\
base_site.html location....C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\templates
\base_site.html
TEMPLATE_DIRS reads "C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/templates/"

There are no apparent errors, but I also do not see how this helps
me.

base_site.html reads as follows:

{% extends "admin/base.html" %}
{% load i18n %}
{% block title %}{{ title }} | {% trans 'Django site admin' %}{%
endblock %}
{% block branding %}
<h1 id="site-name">{% trans 'Django Administration' %}</h1>
{% endblock %}
{% block nav-global %}{% endblock %}

What am I supposed to do with this to change the appearance?

btw, tyvm for your response :)

On Jan 2, 4:36 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Your TEMPLATE_DIRS should contain a path to a folder where you want to keep
> your templates. Say if your project is in *D:/myproject* then create a
> folder named
> template under *D:\myproject*, and in that folder create a folder named *admin
> *and then copy and paste base_site.html into the admin folder.
>
>  TEMPLATE_DIRS section should look like the below snippet in settings.py
>
> *
> TEMPLATE_DIRS = (
>     'D:/myproject /templates'
> )
>
> *
>
>
>
>
>
> On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
> > down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom.  I'm stuck
> > with this paragraph......
>
> > Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
> > Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
> > (django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
> > whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
> > your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as above,
> > then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to /home/
> > my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that admin
> > subdirectory.
>
> > I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
> > templates/admin/base_site.html.
>
> > I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.
>
> > Any help please?
>
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#6 Jan. 2, 2011 14:36:55

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TYVM for your response. My first reply does not show, so hopefully I'm
not double posting.

This is what I have so far:

TEMPLATE_DIRS "C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates/"
base_site.html location C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates

This is what base_site.html reads.
{% extends "admin/base.html" %}
{% load i18n %}
{% block title %}{{ title }} | {% trans 'Django site admin' %}{%
endblock %}
{% block branding %}
<h1 id="site-name">{% trans 'Django Administration' %}</h1>
{% endblock %}
{% block nav-global %}{% endblock %}

If this supposed to help me change the appearance? I don't see how to
change anything here.


On Jan 2, 4:36 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Your TEMPLATE_DIRS should contain a path to a folder where you want to keep
> your templates. Say if your project is in *D:/myproject* then create a
> folder named
> template under *D:\myproject*, and in that folder create a folder named *admin
> *and then copy and paste base_site.html into the admin folder.
>
>  TEMPLATE_DIRS section should look like the below snippet in settings.py
>
> *
> TEMPLATE_DIRS = (
>     'D:/myproject /templates'
> )
>
> *
>
>
>
>
>
> On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
> > down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom.  I'm stuck
> > with this paragraph......
>
> > Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
> > Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
> > (django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
> > whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
> > your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as above,
> > then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to /home/
> > my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that admin
> > subdirectory.
>
> > I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
> > templates/admin/base_site.html.
>
> > I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.
>
> > Any help please?
>
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#7 Jan. 2, 2011 14:47:06

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Could you please try moving the base_site.html to
C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates\admin
folder and Leave the TEMPLATE_DIRS as it is, which is "*
C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates*" only. and please try removing the /
slash at the end.

On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 5:36 PM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com> wrote:

> TYVM for your response. My first reply does not show, so hopefully I'm
> not double posting.
>
> This is what I have so far:
>
> TEMPLATE_DIRS "C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates/"
> base_site.html location C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates
>
> This is what base_site.html reads.
> {% extends "admin/base.html" %}
> {% load i18n %}
> {% block title %}{{ title }} | {% trans 'Django site admin' %}{%
> endblock %}
> {% block branding %}
> <h1 id="site-name">{% trans 'Django Administration' %}</h1>
> {% endblock %}
> {% block nav-global %}{% endblock %}
>
> If this supposed to help me change the appearance? I don't see how to
> change anything here.
>
>
> On Jan 2, 4:36 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Your TEMPLATE_DIRS should contain a path to a folder where you want to
> keep
> > your templates. Say if your project is in *D:/myproject* then create a
> > folder named
> > template under *D:\myproject*, and in that folder create a folder named
> *admin
> > *and then copy and paste base_site.html into the admin folder.
> >
> > TEMPLATE_DIRS section should look like the below snippet in settings.py
> >
> > *
> > TEMPLATE_DIRS = (
> > 'D:/myproject /templates'
> > )
> >
> > *
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > > I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
> > > down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom. I'm stuck
> > > with this paragraph......
> >
> > > Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
> > > Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
> > > (django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
> > > whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
> > > your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as above,
> > > then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to /home/
> > > my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that admin
> > > subdirectory.
> >
> > > I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
> > > templates/admin/base_site.html.
> >
> > > I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.
> >
> > > Any help please?
> >
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#8 Jan. 2, 2011 15:01:19

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That has worked. Puzzling to me though since we left off the admin
directory in TEMPLATE_DIRS

None the less, thank you very much. I will continue with the tutorial
and see how much farther I can get.

On Jan 2, 11:46 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> Could you please try moving the base_site.html to
> C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates\admin
> folder and Leave the TEMPLATE_DIRS as it is, which is "*
> C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates*" only. and please try removing the /
> slash at the end.
>
>
>
>
>
> On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 5:36 PM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > TYVM for your response. My first reply does not show, so hopefully I'm
> > not double posting.
>
> > This is what I have so far:
>
> > TEMPLATE_DIRS           "C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates/"
> > base_site.html location   C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates
>
> > This is what base_site.html reads.
> > {% extends "admin/base.html" %}
> > {% load i18n %}
> > {% block title %}{{ title }} | {% trans 'Django site admin' %}{%
> > endblock %}
> > {% block branding %}
> > <h1 id="site-name">{% trans 'Django Administration' %}</h1>
> > {% endblock %}
> > {% block nav-global %}{% endblock %}
>
> > If this supposed to help me change the appearance?  I don't see how to
> > change anything here.
>
> > On Jan 2, 4:36 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > > Hi,
>
> > > Your TEMPLATE_DIRS should contain a path to a folder where you want to
> > keep
> > > your templates. Say if your project is in *D:/myproject* then create a
> > > folder named
> > > template under *D:\myproject*, and in that folder create a folder named
> > *admin
> > > *and then copy and paste base_site.html into the admin folder.
>
> > >  TEMPLATE_DIRS section should look like the below snippet in settings.py
>
> > > *
> > > TEMPLATE_DIRS = (
> > >     'D:/myproject /templates'
> > > )
>
> > > *
>
> > > On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > > > I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
> > > > down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom.  I'm stuck
> > > > with this paragraph......
>
> > > > Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
> > > > Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
> > > > (django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
> > > > whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
> > > > your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as above,
> > > > then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to /home/
> > > > my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that admin
> > > > subdirectory.
>
> > > > I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
> > > > templates/admin/base_site.html.
>
> > > > I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.
>
> > > > Any help please?
>
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#9 Jan. 2, 2011 15:11:55

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*Good to know that It worked. Good luck, anyways
*
On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com> wrote:

> That has worked. Puzzling to me though since we left off the admin
> directory in TEMPLATE_DIRS
>
> None the less, thank you very much. I will continue with the tutorial
> and see how much farther I can get.
>
> On Jan 2, 11:46 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Could you please try moving the base_site.html to
> > C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates\admin
> > folder and Leave the TEMPLATE_DIRS as it is, which is "*
> > C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates*" only. and please try removing the
> /
> > slash at the end.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 5:36 PM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > > TYVM for your response. My first reply does not show, so hopefully I'm
> > > not double posting.
> >
> > > This is what I have so far:
> >
> > > TEMPLATE_DIRS "C:/DjangoProjects/mysite/mytemplates/"
> > > base_site.html location C:\DjangoProjects\mysite\mytemplates
> >
> > > This is what base_site.html reads.
> > > {% extends "admin/base.html" %}
> > > {% load i18n %}
> > > {% block title %}{{ title }} | {% trans 'Django site admin' %}{%
> > > endblock %}
> > > {% block branding %}
> > > <h1 id="site-name">{% trans 'Django Administration' %}</h1>
> > > {% endblock %}
> > > {% block nav-global %}{% endblock %}
> >
> > > If this supposed to help me change the appearance? I don't see how to
> > > change anything here.
> >
> > > On Jan 2, 4:36 pm, Praveen Krishna R <rpraveenkris...@gmail.com>
> > > wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> >
> > > > Your TEMPLATE_DIRS should contain a path to a folder where you want
> to
> > > keep
> > > > your templates. Say if your project is in *D:/myproject* then create
> a
> > > > folder named
> > > > template under *D:\myproject*, and in that folder create a folder
> named
> > > *admin
> > > > *and then copy and paste base_site.html into the admin folder.
> >
> > > > TEMPLATE_DIRS section should look like the below snippet in
> settings.py
> >
> > > > *
> > > > TEMPLATE_DIRS = (
> > > > 'D:/myproject /templates'
> > > > )
> >
> > > > *
> >
> > > > On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Anthony Pearce <coden...@gmail.com>
> > > wrote:
> > > > > I have made it to the "Writing your first Django app, part 2" page
> > > > > down to "Customize the admin look and feel", at the bottom. I'm
> stuck
> > > > > with this paragraph......
> >
> > > > > Now copy the template admin/base_site.html from within the default
> > > > > Django admin template directory in the source code of Django itself
> > > > > (django/contrib/admin/templates) into an admin subdirectory of
> > > > > whichever directory you're using in TEMPLATE_DIRS. For example, if
> > > > > your TEMPLATE_DIRS includes "/home/my_username/mytemplates", as
> above,
> > > > > then copy django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/base_site.html to
> /home/
> > > > > my_username/mytemplates/admin/base_site.html. Don't forget that
> admin
> > > > > subdirectory.
> >
> > > > > I found the "base_site" at C:/Django-1.2.4/django/contrib/admin/
> > > > > templates/admin/base_site.html.
> >
> > > > > I have no idea where this is supposed to be copied and pasted to.
> >
> > > > > Any help please?
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