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Admin Panel in Php Source Code

Welcome to Admin Panel in Php Source Code. Here you can find all news related to programming, especially on web development and in particular: admin panel and plugins for Joomla, WordPress and Drupal. Also if you are looking for any specific software, you will probably find it here!

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How to Create an Admin Panel for the Website in PHP

If you are a web developer and working with PHP & MySQL. You must read all the following points to learn a new & standard concept. It will also learn you How to write code in a smart way. So, It will be very helpful to increase your coding skills power.

You have already know how to get a free admin panel source code in the previous step. Here, You will get the complete information about files & setting to create an admin panel in PHP.

Before writing the code, You should create the following folder structure –

   |    |__css/
   |        |_style.css
   |    |__database.php
   |    |__contact-details.php
   |    |__contact-email.php
   |    |__contact-us-message.php
   |    |__header.php
   |    |__sidebar.php
   |    |__ajax-script.js
   |    |__backend-script.php
   |    |__dynamic-page.php
   |    |__multilevel-script.php
   |    |__admin-login.php
   |    |__admin-panel.php
   |    |__color-setting.php
   |    |__admin-profile.php
   |    |__change-password.php
   |    |__home-content.php
   |    |__theme-setting.php
   |    |__website-menu.php
   |    |__website-setting.php

Generate Dashboard PHP code without programming

PHP dashboard has a beautiful web interface, drag and drop tool using the most powerful JavaScript Library, this powerful drag and drop tool helps you to create your dashboard without writing a single line of code.

PHP Dashboard supports a variety of different charts that include but not limited to line chart, scatter chart, bar chart, pie chart, donuts chart, bubble chart, stack chart, area chart, heatmap chart, Sankey diagram maker, and choropleth map, etc. All these are D3.js based dynamic SVG charts. You may like to see D3.js based dynamic PHP Dashboard Example live. PHP Dashboard can be used to create either static or real-time database-driven dashboards with data coming from a variety of sources such as MySQL, MS SQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, Sybase, and Cubrid with no programming required. A part of the community, Dashboard Builder is designed to integrate with a PHP application you may be using and also to import data from MS Excel and CSV files.

The PHP code generated for dashboards is mobile-friendly and is fully HTML5 responsive using Bootstrap frameworks intelligently. It automatically responds to the user’s behavior and environment based on media’s screen size, platform, and orientation and makes the dashboard render well on a huge variety of devices and window or screen sizes such as mobile phones, tablets and PC.

As we know, PHP is a well-known, most famouse and widely used open source, server-side scripting language for creating dynamic websites and interaction with database such as MySQL. In the following PHP dashboard tutorial we will not only exploring PHP MySQL dashboard, but also creating a PHP dashboard without writing a single code with drag and drop features of Dashboard Builder.

PHP dashboard examples

In our PHP Dashboard example, we will create Dashboard PHP and will be connecting Dashboard PHP MySQL database, fetching data and creating a dynamic dashboard through a drag and drop tool and then, generate Dashboard PHP source code for our web application. For this, we will be demonstrating with our freel available, open-source drag and drop based Dashboard Builder. To install and run the PHP Dashboard, following are the requirements.


PHP Dashboard framework can be installed in any platforms like Windows, Linux and Ubuntu or any other platforms support Apache, Nginx etc.

  • PHP Version 5.6 or later
  • Apache 2 or later
  • Windows 7 or later /Linux 3 or later
  • Firefox 52, Chrome 57, IE 8


There is a Free version of PHP Dashboard available for trial bases,

  • You can download dashboard PHP code fromDownload Dashboard Builder
  • Place the files in a directory on the web server. e.g. …/www/yoursite/dashbboardbuilder-v3-FREE/
  • Unzip dashboard in zip filethe file dashboard.php using Extract Here option to the root folder of “dashboardbuilder”

LAMP Stack

  1. Download the LAMP Stack of your choice as we called out in the Prerequisites section. Each may have different setup instructions that you’ll need to follow. 
  2. Once the LAMP stack is installed (I’ll be using MAMP) locate the htdocs folder
  3. Create a folder called app within the htdocs folder

Creating the database

Let us go ahead and create the database that our app will connect to and use. To make this easy on you, I’ve created a .sql file that you can import into phpMyAdmin to create the tables and populate the tables with sample data. Here are the steps:

1. Launch phpMyAdmin

2. Create a new database called wms_db


3. Select the database from the left navigation in phpMyAdmin and click on the import tab

import tab

4. Download the following file: wms db.sql then upload it and click on Go.

wms db.sql

This will import two tables to the wms_db database we created, the inventory_items, and the distribute_receive table.

The inventory_items table will look like:


The distribute_receive table will look like:


And while we are here, let’s add a user account with data and structure rights to our database:

data and structure

   User name: wms_user

   Host name: local or localhost

   Password: wms_password

   Authentication Plugin: Native MySQL authentication


Setting up the project structure

Open up the app folder we added to the htdocs folder and create the following folders and files:

database (folder)

functions (folder)

partials (folder)

index.php (file)

item_details.php (file)

manage_inventory.php (file)

Getting the Star Admin bootstrap template assets

  1. Next, locate the assets folder from the template repo folder we cloned earlier, you can find it in StarAdmin-Free-BootStrap-Admin-Template/src/ 
  2. Copy the assets folder into the app folder that’s found within the htdocs folder

That’s it for the project structure, Let’s get building

Developing the App

By looking at the project structure you can see that we have different files and folders, let’s quickly look at how each of these fit together to create our app and add the necessary files to those folders.


Admin panel source code is available in Php, which is easily customizable using WordPress themes. You can customize it and set up your own admin panel with attractive interface and powerful security features.

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