First of all, this navbar is added by
Django 3.1+ and not by any other 3rd part packages.
Copy & Pasting from Django 3.X admin showing all models in a new navbar,
The admin now has a sidebar on larger screens for easier navigation.
It is enabled by default but can be disabled by using a custom
AdminSite and setting
So, this is a feature that added in Django 3.1 and can be removed by settings
AdminSite.enable_nav_sidebar = False (see How to customize
How to fix irregular styling?
You don’t have to edit any CSS or HTML file to fix the styling, because Django comes with a new set of CSS and HTML, which usually fix the issue. (That is, it is not recommended to alter the styling file only for this)
If that doesn’t work for you, it might be because of your browser cache.
If you are using Chrome,
see this side bar is added by django 3.1 and it is removable
to remove this you have to add below code in
urls.py as you are working with admin you should add below code in admin site
from django.contrib import admin
admin.site.enable_nav_sidebar = False
autodiscocer(): This function attempts to import an admin module in each installed application
please let me know if worked
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