In the previous chapter, you learned how to create and control HTML forms with Bulma by creating a login form. Now it’s time to build the admin area.
This chapter goes in-depth on how to use Bulma’s
menu components. These components (especially the navigation) are essential when creating a website. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel each time, so let Bulma do all the heavy lifting. Remember, you can always modify Bulma’s variables and adjust the user interface.
Note: To see the full code of the example used in this book take a look at the book’s accompanying GitHub page.
In this example, it’s safe to assume that the “user” is able to login correctly. Once “logged” in, an admin ...