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Learning Django Web Development by Ratan Kumar, Sanjeev Jaiswal

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Users, groups, and permissions

So far, we have been logged in to the administration interface using the superuser account that we created with the manage.py syncdb command. In reality, however, you may have other trusted users who need access to the administration page. In this section, we will see how to allow other users to use the administration interface, and we will learn more about the Django permissions system in the process.

However, before we continue, I want to emphasize this: only trusted users should be given access to the administration pages. The administration interface is a very powerful tool, so only those whom you know well should be granted access to it.

User permissions

If you don't have users in the database other than the superuser, ...

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