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Django Admin with Vali theme

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Django Admin Vali

GitHub version Open Source Love

This project is based in django-vali project from cnanyi


Dashboard Administration

  • User who has permission to access the dashboard.
  • Can view all log entries.
  • Can view all dynamics data.


  • django >= 2.0
  • python >= 3.0


  • url: /admin → Page with administrator access.
  • url: /admin/dashboard → Page with dashboard access.

Extra This project allows you to use i18n in urls. See more in Django Website.


Install using pip...

    $ pip install django-admin-vali

Add vali to your INSTALLED_APPS setting before django.contrib.admin.


If you want to use Vali Dashboard, include vali.urls to your file.

    urlpatterns = (
        path('admin/', include(('vali.urls','vali'), namespace='dashboard')),

In your settings, add VALI_CONFIG to enable dashboard view, change theme and get responsive permission fields.

        'theme': 'default',
        'dashboard': {
            'name': 'Dashboard',
            'url': '/admin/dashboard/',
            'subtitle': 'Dashboard view with all statistics',
            'site_name': 'Dashboard admin',
            'url_image_profile': ''
        'fieldset': {
            'fields': ['user_permissions', 'permissions']
        'applist': {
            'order': "registry", "group": True

To change the theme, just choose one of this: default, green, brown, blue, purple or create your own.


In your add ...

    from vali.counters import CounterBase
    from .models import Model

    class MyModelCounter(CounterBase):
        title = 'Title goes here'

        def get_value(self, request):
            return Model.objects.count()  


    from vali.counters import ModelCounter
    from .models import Model

    class MyModelCounter(ModelCounter):
        model = Model  

In your add ...

    from vali.charts import ModelCharts
    from .models import Model

    class ChartCounter(ModelCharts):
        model = Model
        chart_type = 'Bar'
        name = 'barchart1'
        labels = ["2018-03-01", "2018-03-02", "2018-03-03", "2018-03-04", "2018-03-05"]
        datasets = [
                "label": "dataset 1",
                "fillColor": "rgba(220,220,220,0.2)",
                "strokeColor": "rgba(220,220,220,1)",
                "pointColor": "rgba(220,220,220,1)",
                "pointStrokeColor": "#fff",
                "pointHighlightFill": "#fff",
                "pointHighlightStroke": "rgba(220,220,220,1)",
                "data": [65, 59, 80, 81, 80]
                "label": "dataset 2",
                "fillColor": "rgba(151,187,205,0.2)",
                "strokeColor": "rgba(151,187,205,1)",
                "pointColor": "rgba(151,187,205,1)",
                "pointStrokeColor": "#fff",
                "pointHighlightFill": "#fff",
                "pointHighlightStroke": "rgba(151,187,205,1)",
                "data": [28, 48, 40, 19, 69]

In your add ...

from .counters import MyModelCounter
from .charts import ChartCounter
from vali.views import ValiDashboardBase

class ModelDashboardView(ValiDashboardBase):
    template_name = 'dashboard.html'

    list_counters = [
    list_charts = [


This project is licensed under the MIT License.

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