Admin Toolbar

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permet d'avoir des sous onglet pour la navigation dans l'admin


Status : Published
Projects : Modules
Maintenance status : Actively maintained
Development status : Under active development
Supported Branches : 3.4.
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Admin Toolbar

What is the Admin Toolbar module?

The Admin Toolbar module intends to improve the default Toolbar (the administration menu at the top of your site) to transform it into a drop-down menu, providing a fast access to all administration pages.
The module works on the top of the default toolbar core module and is therefore a light module and keeps all the toolbar functionalities (shortcut / media responsive).

How to use Admin Toolbar module?

Get the code like any other module.
composer require drupal/admin_toolbar
The module has a configuration form since version 3.0.0.


  • Admin Toolbar Extra Tools adds extra links like what does Admin Menu module for Drupal 7 (flush caches, run cron, etc...). You must install the Admin Toolbar Extra Tools module to benefit from lots of useful links in the toolbar menu.
  • Admin Toolbar Search - If you want to have the search box to look for administration pages you need to install the Admin Toolbar Search sub-module.
  • Admin Toolbar Links Access Filter - The Admin links Access filter module that fixes the display of links user shouldn't have access to (see #296693: Restrict access to empty top level administration pages) was included as the Admin Toolbar Links Access Filter submodule. Caveats: to make it work on custom menu links, you should use the route name and not the internal path. See for more details.

Version 3

The 3.x version introduce a configuration form to limit the number of bundles to display in the drop-down menu.

Development version status

The development versions (-dev) are where the newest stuff is, including any bug fixes and new features. We try to make sure it is tested before we commit anything, but occasionally a bug will get from us. Your help in testing this code is greatly appreciated. The translation templates may not always be up-to-date in the dev releases.

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