Django automatically enabled the admin app when we created our project, including a URL configuration in our root URL configuration, as shown in Example 23.1.
17 from django.contrib import admin . ... 30 urlpatterns = [ . ... 39 url(r'^admin/', include(admin.site.urls)), . ... 49 ]
Most of our interactions with the admin app will be configuring the app to interact with the rest of our project as we desire. To begin with, in Example 23.2, we can change the header and title of the admin webpages. The header is the text displayed in the body of the webpage, while the title refers to the HMTL
title tag in ...