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Creating a modal window is a pretty common task when building a new website but sometimes it is not obvious how to do it by just using HTMX and Alpine.js. Both libraries are going to be complementary in building a proper modal window experience.
By default, Django admin contains just a basic page when the admin area is visited. The default dashboard consists of basic information which we will learn how to override and properly design by using the Unfold theme.
Nowadays all modern websites are providing an option to change a default design into its dark mode version. Somehow this trend becomes a standard and there are several approaches how to achieve this behavior.
In the article, we will show how to configure custom storage backends in the django-storages package with the AWS S3. We will have one S3 bucket containing the project’s static files, media and private files that are not going to be publicly accessible.
It is very easy to create an administration section for the website by implementing a few lines of code. Adding the new app into INSTALLED_APPS list, registering custom models and you are ready to go with full-fledged administration. But in most cases, it is needed to add at least a bit of custom code.
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