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stylus1274 says

I’m dumb and need help. I would like to design an admin panel but have no idea where to start. Can anyone please point me in the right direction. Such as an online tutorial or web site to start at. Thanks!

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stanstudio says

hy, well an admin panel it’s only a html file, design the template and then put it into an html. an admin panel it’s nothing without good icons and a good and simple navigation getween sections.

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JeffreyWay says

Yeah – why not take a look at the “Admin” section to see what the others have done.

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