Any Django site consists of many models that represent data you show to the end users. If there is a need to provide a way of managing that data using a handy user interface, then you should consider relying on Django's built-in Admin component. In this course, Django Admin, you’ll learn how to harness the power of Django's Admin simplifying data management for users without programming skills. First, you’ll explore the basics of Django Admin: create a super user both manually and programmatically, use the default Admin’s interface, get acquainted with the most important features, and you'll add models by registering them. Next you’ll customize the look of the registered models without using templates. Finally, you’ll learn how to add custom validation of models and generate the documentation. By the end of this course, you'll have in-depth knowledge of Django Admin and be able to customize it's look and behavior.