I am building an application for multiple customers at once. So they will use the same system, but they will have their own admin site, with data, what they need. I have different kind of elements to manage in this site and all of them have a list view and a detailed view.
- list -> long table with all of the products [ex.].
- detailed-> 1 products all detail to edit.
I have all of the different kind of list views in one page, and I use a left menu like on this page. And I have the detailed views, as modals, so when the admin user click on an item of the list, a modal form is appearing to it.
Now, my problem is, I have a list to every element too (like stock records for a product) that must be placed in the modal form. And to edit that, now I am using another modal, but it's really confusing for the user, if modals are jumping up in front of each other. I need a one page solution to the whole admin site.
- The first is for the list view
- The second one is for the detailed view of one product
How should I design the edit option for the stock items? (it's just an example)
I already accepted an answer, but if you have more suggestion, please say it loud :)