Customizing Django auto admin terminology


Customizing Django auto admin terminology



I'm playing around with Django's admin module, but I've seemed to run into a bit of a bump that's more of an annoyance than an error. I have my modules setup using names like UserData and Status, so Django's admin panel likes to try to call each row in UserData a user datas and each status a statuss. Is there any way I can change the terminology so it will say, for example, Profiles instead of User Datas.




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