module for a jelix application providing an admin interface made with the AdminLte theme. Other theme can be made

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This is a module for Jelix, providing an interface for an administration application. It uses the AdminLTE theme 3.2.0, and is entirely customizable through APIs.

You can easily add content into the sidebar, the navbar or the dashboard, without manipulating HTML.

The module provide also widgets for jForms, that generate HTML for Bootstrap and CSS of AdminLTE.

This module is for Jelix 1.7.10 and higher.

Setting up the module

The best method is to use Composer.

In a commande line inside your project, execute:

composer require "jelix/adminui-module"

Launch the configurator for your application to enable the module

php dev.php module:configure adminui

It will ask you how to install web assets (JS and CSS files):

  • by copying them into the www directory of your application,
  • or by doing nothing if you define into your web server configuration,
    1. an alias named adminui-assets to vendor/jelix/adminui-module/modules/adminui/www/adminui-assets/.
    2. an alias named adminlte-assets to vendor/vendor/almasaeed2010/adminlte/.

The configurator will create also some parameters into your application configuration:

  • it defines the jelix theme to adminlte
  • it redefines the default html and htmlerror response
  • it configures web assets

You can change some configuration parameters into the app/system/mainconfig.ini.php:

; the version of your application, appearing at the bottom bar
; the logo of your application 
; the logo of your application when the left sidebar is minimized 
; the copyright informations, appearing at the bottom bar
htmlCopyright="<strong>Copyright &copy; 2024 <a href="">Jelix</a>.</strong> MIT licence."
; the template used to display the dashboard. If empty, the dashboard may be empty

You should also setup the url of the dashboard into yourapp/app/system/urls.xml like this:

<url pathinfo="/" module="adminui" action="default:index"/>

Here the dashboard is at the root of the web site, but you can setup any URL.

After configuring the module, you should launch the installer to activate the module:

php install/installer.php


See the doc/ directory


An application has been made into the test directory. See its to launch it.

It contains many examples. Don't hesitate to read the code.