Admin Page Layout

Admin Page Structure

The basic structure of an admin page in Mura 7 includes the sidebar navigation, top toolbar, and the main content area. When creating a custom admin interface or other admin pages as part of a plugin, the plugin's custom page content will be populated inside the main content area.
 

 

The heading is a simple <h1> tag, nested inside a div with a class of "mura-header".

<div class="mura-header">
  <h1>#HTMLEditFormat(pluginConfig.getName())#</h1>
</div> <!-- /.mura-header -->

For Mura-style button controls at the top right, an additional element with class of "nav-module-specific" is included in the mura-header container:

<div class="mura-header">
  <h1>My Plugin</h1>
  <div class="nav-module-specific btn-group">
    <a class="btn" title="Add Item" href="/add-item/"><i class="mi-plus-circle"></i> Add Item</a>
    <a class="btn" title="Back to Item List" href="/item-list/"><i class="mi-arrow-circle-left"></i> Back to Item List</a>
  </div>
</div>




The page content is wrapped in a specific set of nested wrapper elements, as follows:

<div class="block block-constrain">
  <div class="block block-bordered">
   <div class="block-content">
    <!--- page content e.g. tabs, form, table, etc. here --->
   </div>
  </div>
</div>

For multiple content areas on a single page, additional "block-content" sections can be added as needed.

Admin Page Overview

Putting it all together, a basic page with header, buttons and an empty content area should look something like this:

<div class="mura-header">
 <h1>My Plugin</h1>
 <div class="nav-module-specific btn-group">
  <a class="btn" title="Add Item" href="/add-item/"><i class="mi-plus-circle"></i> Add Item</a>
  <a class="btn" title="Back to Item List" href="/item-list/"><i class="mi-arrow-circle-left"></i> Back to Item List</a>
 </div>
</div>
<div class="block block-constrain">
 <div class="block block-bordered">
  <div class="block-content">
   <!--- page content e.g. tabs, form, table, etc. here --->
   </div>
  </div>
</div>

See additional documentation sections for iconstabs, form and table markup conventions. Also see Mura 7 plugins documentation.