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Screen.weblinks.categories.edit.15

modified 2012-10-26 10:56:18 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Web Link Category Manager. To add a new Web Link Category, and click the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Web Link Category, click the Category's Name, or check the Category's checkbox and press the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you can add a new Web Link Category or edit an existing one. Note that you need to create at least one Web Link Category before you can create a Web Link. Also, Web Link Categories are separate from other types of Categories, such as those for Articles, Banners, and News Feeds.

Note that the screen for adding and editing Web Link Categories looks the same screen used to create Article Categories. However, for Web Link Categories, the only required field is Title. Published, Section, Category Order, and Access Level are not used. An Image and Description may be entered, but they are not displayed on the web site.

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Screen.weblinks.categories.15

modified 2012-10-26 10:56:16 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Web Links → Categories from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation, or select the "Categories" link at the Web Links Manager screen.

The Web Links Category Manager is where you can edit existing Web Links Categories and create new ones. Note that Web Links Categories are separate from other Categories, such as for Articles, Banners, News Feeds, and Contacts. From this screen, you can also navigate to the Web Links Manager screen.

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Screen.weblink.15

modified 2012-10-26 10:56:14 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Web Links → Links from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation. Or select the 'Links' link from the Web Links Category Manager.

The Web Links Manager allows you to add links to other web sites at your Joomla! web site. You can add links to these sites by creating Web Link layouts in the Menu Item Manager - New/Edit.

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Screen.screen.weblink.edit.15

modified 2012-10-26 10:56:12 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the the Web Link Manager. To add a new Web Link, click the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Web Link, click the Web Link's Name, or check the Web Link's checkbox and press the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you add a new Web Link or edit an existing one. Note that you need to create at least one Web Link Category before you can create your first Web Link.

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Screen.modules.edit.15

modified 2012-10-11 05:41:49 by Tom Hutchison

Navigate to the Module Manager. To create a new Module, press the "New" button on the toolbar. To edit an existing Module, click on the Module Name or click on the Module's checkbox and press the Edit button on the toolbar.

This is where you create new Modules or edit existing Modules. This screen has two links in the upper left: Site and Administrator. The Site link is selected by default. The Site link allows you to work with Modules that will be visible on your web site's Front-end. This is where you will place most of your Modules.

The Administrator link allows you to work with Modules that show on your web site's Back-end. In many cases, it is not necessary to modify the back-end Modules for Joomla!. All of the standard Joomla! administrator functions are available with no modifications here. You only need to make changes here if you want to change the standard administrator functions.

When you create a new Module, you will select the Module Type. This will determine what type of content this Module can display. If you edit an existing Module, the Module Type will already be determined. Note that you cannot change the Module Type of an existing Module.

For detailed information about each Module type for your web site, see the Modules Site screen. For detailed information about modifying the Modules for the back end of your site, see Modules Administrator.

All Modules have two sections that are the same: Details and Menu Assignment. The Parameters are different for each Module Type.

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Screen.trashmanager.15

modified 2012-09-05 13:20:27 by Tom Hutchison

Menu Items

Select Menus → Menu Trash from the drop-down menu in the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

Articles

Select Content → Article Trash from the drop-down menu in the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

These screens are holding areas where Menu Items and Articles are stored before they are permanently deleted from your Joomla! database. From here, you can either permanently delete the items or restore them to the site.

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Screen.config.15

modified 2012-09-03 23:09:58 by Tom Hutchison

To access the page, either click on Global Configuration in the main Control panel or go to Site > Global Configuration.

The Global Configuration screen allows you to configure the Joomla! site with your personal settings.

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Screen.config.16

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Screen.menus.edit.15

modified 2012-09-03 21:47:53 by JoomlaWikiBot

To access the New Menu Creation wizard, navigate to the Menu Item Manager for the desired menu and press the New button on the toolbar.

In this screen, you will select the Menu Item Type for this Menu Item. The Menu Item Type determines the type of page that will display when this menu choice is selected by the User.

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Screen.menus.15

modified 2012-09-03 21:47:46 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Menus → [name of the menu] from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation. For example, if a Menu is called "Main Menu", select Menus → Main Menu. Or you can navigate to the Menu Manager and click on the icon in the Menu Items column.

The Menu Item Manager lists the menu items contained in a menu created using the Menu Manager.

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Screen.menumanager.new.15

modified 2012-09-03 21:47:41 by JoomlaWikiBot

Go to the Menu Manager by clicking on the Menu Manager icon in the Control Panel, or by clicking on 'Menu Manager' in the 'Menus' menu. After that, click on the 'New' button in the toolbar, or select a menu and click on the 'Edit' button.

You can add or modify menus in this screen.

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Screen.menumanager.15

modified 2012-09-03 21:47:36 by JoomlaWikiBot

The Menu Manager controls how Joomla!'s menus will look and act.

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Screen.users.15

modified 2012-09-03 20:32:11 by Tom Hutchison

You can access the User Manager by clicking on the User Manager icon in the Control Panel, or by clicking on 'User Manager' in the 'Site' menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation.

In this screen you have the ability to look at a list of your users and sort them in different ways. You can also edit and create users.

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Screen.users.edit.15

modified 2012-09-03 20:31:28 by Tom Hutchison

You can access the User Manager New/Edit screen through the User Manager. Go to the User Manager by clicking on the User Manager icon in the Control Panel, or by clicking on 'User Manager' in the 'Site' menu in the back-end of your Joomla! installation. Click on the name of a user, select a user and click on the Edit button, or click on the New button in the User Manager to access the New/Edit screen.

In this screen, you have the ability to create a new user (if you clicked on the 'New' button in the User Manager), or edit an existing user (if you selected a user and clicked on the 'Edit' button in the User Manager, or clicked on the name of a user).

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Screen.cpanel.15

modified 2012-09-02 15:15:13 by Tom Hutchison

You can access the Control Panel by logging into Joomla!'s back-end. After you log in, the first screen you will see is the Control Panel. If you want to access the Control Panel from another area in the back-end, simply go to Site > Control Panel.

The Control Panel provides access to many default Joomla! functions and features. From the Control Panel, you can create and manage articles, sections, and categories. Other features available in the Control Panel are the media, menu, language, and user managers. You can also access your site's Global Configuration from here.

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Screen.mediamanager.15

modified 2012-08-09 23:49:04 by JoomlaWikiBot

You can access the Media Manager through the Control Panel, or by going to Site > Media Manager.

The Media Manager is a very useful tool for uploading or deleting files in the <joomlaroot>/images/ directory on your web server. You can upload new files, delete existing ones, and create sub-directories. The Media Manager offers two views: thumbnails view and details view. The first (thumbnails view) will show a preview of the image files. The second (details view) will show the file name, dimensions, and file size. There is also a handy 'delete' button next to each file.

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Help screens

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Screen.users.massmail.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:24:03 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Tools → Mass Mail from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Mass Mail screen allows Users who are members of the "Super Administrator" group to send an e-mail message to all Users who are members of a specific group.

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Screen.tools.expired.cache.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:22:49 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Tools → Purge Expired Cache from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

This tool will purge all expired cache files from the cache folders. Cache files which are still current are not purged.

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Screen.templates.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:22:37 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Extensions → Template Manager from the drop-down menu in the back-end of your Joomla! installation.

Navigate to the Template Manager. Then click on the Template's name or select a Template and click the Edit icon on the toolbar.

The Template Manager is where you assign a default Template to your Joomla! web site. You can also edit and preview Templates here.

In Joomla!, the visual layout of both the Front-end and Back-end of your site is controlled by the Template. Templates are extensions that contain layout and style information that tells Joomla! exactly how to draw each page of your site.

When you first install Joomla!, one Back-end Template and two Front-end templates are included. Other Templates can be installed from third-party developers as Extensions.

If you want to use the same Template for all of the pages on your site, you just assign one Template as the Default Template. You can also assign different Templates to different pages.

This is where you can preview a Template, edit a Template's HTML and CSS files, and set parameters for a Template.

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Screen.system.info.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:22:33 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Help → System Info from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The System Info screens provides useful information about your host server environment, including operating system, PHP settings, and directory access settings. You can navigate to five different screens: System Info, PHP Settings, Configuration File, Directory Permissions, and PHP Information. Each screen provides detailed information about that aspect of your Joomla! web site.

This information is very helpful when you are troubleshooting setup problems. Note that none of these settings can be changed from these screens. That must be done in other places, depending on the specific setting. The settings in the Configuration File screen can be changed from the Global Configuration screen. The other settings shown here depend on your host server configuration and cannot be changed from inside Joomla!

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Screen.stats.searches.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:22:13 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Search from the drop-down menu in the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Search Statistics screen allows you to see how many searches were done for each keyword combination and how many results were returned for each search.

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Screen.sections.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:22:02 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Section Manager. To add a new Section, press the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Section, click on the Section's Title, or click the Section's checkbox, and click on the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

There is where you can add a new Section or edit an existing Section. Sections in Joomla! are used to organize Articles. Sections are the top-level of organization, and each Section contains one or more Categories. Sections and Categories allow you to organize your Articles and display related Articles together on a page. All Articles are assigned either to a Section you create or to the special Section called 'Uncategorized'.

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Screen.sections.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:21:53 by JoomlaWikiBot

Click on the Section Manager icon in the Control Panel or click on 'Section Manager' in the 'Content' menu in the back-end of your Joomla! installation.

Articles in Joomla! are organized into Sections and Categories. Sections are the top-level of organization and Categories go under Sections. The Section Manager is the place where you can edit existing Sections and create new ones. For example, a web site might have the following organization:

In this example, 'People', 'Projects', and 'Events' would be the Sections. The sub-topics under each Section (for example, 'Volunteers', 'Staff', and 'Board Members') would be the Categories for each Section. When an Article is added, it would be assigned a Section (for example 'People') and a Category (for example, 'Board Members').

You can have an many or as few Sections and Categories as you need. Joomla! has a built-in Section and Category called 'Uncategorized'. This allows you to create Articles without creating or assigning any Section or Category. You just assign the Article to the 'Uncategorized' Section.

Sections are used for two reasons. The first reason is for organizing Articles on your web pages. The Section Blog Layout and Section Layout allow you to display multiple Articles on a page for a given Section. So, in the example above, you could have a page for 'People' that shows Articles related to this Section. A second reason to use Sections is to help manage your Articles in the back-end Article Manager. If you have a large number of Articles, you can filter by Section so you only see the Articles from one Section.

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Screen.polls.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:21:24 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Poll Manager. To add a new Poll, click the 'New' icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Poll, click the Poll's Name or check the Poll's checkbox and press the 'Edit' icon in the toolbar.

This is where you add a new Poll or edit an existing Poll. You can place Polls on a web page by adding a Poll Module that references this Poll. See the Module Manager - Site for more information about Poll Modules.

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Screen.polls.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:21:16 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Polls from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Poll Component allows you to create poll questions for your site. Site visitors can then respond to the poll questions. This Component allows you to place up to 12 questions, or 'options', in each poll question.

You can place a Poll on a web page using either a Poll Module (in the Modules Site - Poll) or a Poll Layout Menu Item (in the Menu Item Manager - New/Edit - Internal Link - Polls).

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Screen.plugins.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:21:05 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Plugin Manager. Click on the Plugin's Name or click on the Plugin's checkbox and press the Edit button in the toolbar.

This is where you can edit details and parameters for Plugins. Some Plugins have several parameters, while others don't have any.

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Screen.plugins.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:21:00 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Extensions → Plugin Manager from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Plugin Manager allows you to enable and disable Joomla! Plugins and to edit a Plugin's Details and Parameters.

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Screen.newsfeeds.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:20:54 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the the News Feed Manager. To add a new News Feed, click the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing News Feed, click the News Feed's Name, or check the News Feed's checkbox and press the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you add a new News Feed or edit an existing one. Note that you need to create at least one News Feed Category before you can create your first News Feed.

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Screen.newsfeeds.categories.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:20:44 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → News Feeds → Categories. Once at the News Feeds Category Manager, from the toolbar, select New. The New/Edit page for the News Feeds Category Manager is a create/edit screen that allows website administrators to create or edit News Feed Categories. Categories allow a broken down structure of News Feeds. You must have at least one category before you can create any News Feeds!

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Screen.newsfeeds.categories.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:20:34 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → News Feeds → Categories from the drop-down menu at the Back-end of your Joomla! installation. You can also select the 'Categories' link from the Feeds Manager. News Feed Categories allow you to categorize different website feeds entering your site for better organization. You can also create menu items specific to certain News Feed Categories for a better Front-end user experience.

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Screen.newsfeeds.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:20:25 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → News Feeds → Feeds from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation, or select the "Feeds" link from the News Feeds Manager - Categories.

The News Feed Manager screen allows you to add News Feeds from other sites to your Joomla! site. You can add links to these feeds for users by creating News Feed layouts in Menu Item Manager - New/Edit.

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Screen.modulessite.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:20:09 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Module Manager. To create a new Module, press the "New" button on the toolbar. To edit an existing Module, click on the Module Name or click on the Module's checkbox and press the Edit button on the toolbar.

This is where you will add new Modules or edit existing Modules for the front end of your Joomla! web site. When you install Joomla!, 20 built-in Modules are available for use in the front end of your web site. Some Modules, like the Menu Module, are used in every Joomla! web site. Other Modules are optional.

Note that all Module Types have the same fields in the Details and Menu Assignment sections. These are documented in the Module Manager - New/Edit screen. Each Module Type has different Parameter fields. These are documented for each Module Type below.

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Screen.modulesadministrator.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:20:04 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Module Manager and press the "Administrator" link. To create a new Module, press the "New" button on the toolbar. To edit an existing Module, click on the Module Name or click on the Module's checkbox and press the Edit button on the toolbar.

This is where you will add new Modules or edit existing Modules for the back end of your Joomla! web site. When you install Joomla!, 16 built-in Modules are available for use in the back end of your web site.

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Screen.modules.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:19:55 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Extensions → Module Manager from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Module Manager is where you add and edit Joomla! Modules. In Joomla!, Modules are used to display content and/or media around the main content.

Module Facts:

  1. All Joomla! websites require at least 1 Menu Module
  2. All Other Module Types are Optional. (Examples: News, Banner, Latest News, Polls)
  3. Every Menu is accompanied by a menu module. (Example mod_mainmenu)
  4. Multiple occurrences of similar module types.
  5. Some Modules are linked to components. For example, each Menu Module is related to one Menu component. To define a Menu in Joomla!, you need to create the Menu and Menu Items using the Menus screens and then create the Module for the Menu using this screen. Other Modules, such as Custom HTML and Breadcrumbs, do not depend on any other content. See Module Manager - New/Edit for information about the different Module Types.

The Joomla! installation is accompanied with 20 module types, additional 3rd party modules can be located at the JED.

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Screen.messages.read.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:19:51 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Private Messaging screen and click the subject of the desired message.

This screen allows you to view, reply to, and delete a Private Message.

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Screen.messages.inbox.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:19:41 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Tools → Read Messages from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Private Messaging screen allows you to send messages to other Back-end Joomla! users. You can read, write, send, and delete messages here.

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Screen.messages.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:19:32 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Tools → Write Message from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation. Or click the "New" icon in the toolbar of the Private Messaging screen.

This screen lets you write and send a private message.

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Screen.messages.conf.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:19:21 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Private messages - inbox screen. Then click the Settings button in the toolbar.

The Private Messaging Configuration screen allows you to set parameters to control how Private Messaging works in your Joomla! web site.

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Screen.languages.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:17:59 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Extensions → Language Manager from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation or click the icon Language in the control center.

In the Language Manager you can set the default Language for both the Front-end and Back-end of your Joomla! web site.

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Screen.installer.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:17:12 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Extensions -> Install/Uninstall from the drop-down menu in the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

Extensions are add-ons that expand the functionality of Joomla!. Extensions are used to add capabilities to Joomla! that do not exist in the standard package. Hundreds of Extensions are available for Joomla!, with more being developed all of the time.

Extensions are categorized into five types, as follows:

This screen is organized into six sections as follows:

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Screen.frontpage.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:17:05 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Content → Front Page Manager from the drop-down menu in the back-end of your Joomla! installation. You can also click on the "Front Page Manager" icon in the Control Panel.

The Front Page Manager is the place where you control which Articles are displayed on the Front Page and in what order they are displayed. The Front Page is often the Home page of a web site, but it can be any page in the site. The Front Page is created using a Menu Item with the Front Page layout.

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Screen.content.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:16:11 by JoomlaWikiBot

You can access the Article:[New] page either by pressing the 'Add New Article' button on the Control Panel or by clicking the 'New' button on the Article Manager. You can access the Article:[Edit] page from the Article Manager either by clicking on an Article's Title or by clicking the Article's check box and then clicking the 'Edit' button. Both screens have the same functionality.

This is the back-end screen where you can add and edit Articles. The same screen is used for adding a new Article and editing an existing Article. You can also select the Section and Category for an Article and indicate whether or not it is Published and if it is selected to appear on the Front Page.

The Article's content is edited using the default editor selected in the User Manager - New/Edit. The Joomla! default editor is called TinyMCE.

A number of Parameters can be set for the Article. Metadata can also be entered.

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Screen.content.categories.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:49 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Category Manager. To add a new Category, press the 'New' icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Category, click on the Category title or click the Category's checkbox and then click on the Edit icon in the toolbar.

This is where you can add a new Category to a Section or edit an existing Category. Categories are used to organize the Articles within a Section. Sections and Categories allow you to display related Articles together on a page and to filter Articles in the Article Manager. All Articles are assigned either to a Category that you create or to the special Category called 'Uncategorized'.

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Screen.content.categories.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:44 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Content → Category Manager from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation. Or click on the "Category Manager" icon in the Control Panel.

The Category Manager is where you can edit existing Categories and create new ones. Articles in Joomla! are organized into Sections and Categories. Categories are the second level of organization underneath Sections. Every Section contains one or more Categories. The special Section 'Uncategorized' has a special Category also called 'Uncategorized'. These are built into Joomla!.

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Screen.content.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:39 by JoomlaWikiBot

Click the Article Manager icon in the Control Panel, or click 'Article Manager' in the 'Content' menu in the back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Article Manager is the place in the back-end where you can add and manage all of the articles for your web site.

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Screen.contactmanager.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:33 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Contact Manager. To add a new Contact, press the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Contact, click on the Contact's Name or click the Contact's checkbox and then click on the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you can add a Contact or edit an existing Contact. Contacts allow you to list people on your web site. They also allow users to send e-mails to those people.

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Screen.contactmanager.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:25 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Contacts → Contacts from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation, or select the "Contacts" link from the Contacts Manager - Categories.

The Contact Manager screen allows you to add contact information to your Joomla! site. You can enter information such as name, address, phone and e-mail. You can also link contacts to registered users. Afterwards, you can use the Menu Manager to create front-end links to the the contacts.

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Screen.contact details.categories.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:16 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Contact Category Manager. To add a new Contact Category, and click on the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Contact Category, click on the Category's Name, or check the Category's checkbox and press the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you can add a new Contact Category or edit an existing one. Note that you need to create at least one Contact Category before you can create a Contact. Also, Contact Categories are separate from other types of Categories, such as those for Articles, Banners, News Feeds, and so on.

Note that the screen for adding and editing Contact Categories is the same screen used to create Article Categories. However, for Contact Categories, the only required field is Title. Published, Section, Category Order, and Access Level are not used. An Image and Description may be entered, but they are not displayed on the web site.

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Screen.contact details.categories.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:15:06 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Contacts → Categories from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation, or select the "Categories" link from the Contact Manager screen.

The Contact Category Manager is where you can edit existing Contact Categories and create new ones. Note that Contact Categories are separate from other Categories, such as for Articles, Banners, News Feeds, and Web Links. From this screen, you can also navigate to the Contact Manager screen.

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Screen.checkin.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:14:31 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Tools → Global Check-in from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

Selecting this menu option causes Joomla! to perform a global check-in of all checked out or locked items. It then shows the results of the Global Check-in. This is useful, for example, if an Articles is locked by a User who opened it for editing and never finished the editing session. In this case, other Users are not able to edit this Article. Performing a Global Check-in releases all such items.

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Screen.cache.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:14:14 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Tools → Clean Cache from the drop-down menu on the Back-end of your Joomla! installation.

The Cache Manager allows you to delete the Cache files from your web server. Cache files are temporary files that are created to improve the performance of your site. If you have made significant changes to your web site, such as changing your Template or Language, your cache files may be out of date. To avoid any problems caused by out of date cache files, you can delete all of the cache files. This will cause Joomla! to create new copies of these files that will be current with your web site.

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Screen.banners.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:13:53 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the Banner Manager. To add a new Banner, click on the New icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Banner, click on the Banner's Name or check the Banner's checkbox and press the Edit icon in the toolbar.

This is where you add a new Banner or edit an existing one. Note that you will need to create at least one Banner Client and one Banner Category before you can create your first Banner.

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Screen.banners.client.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:13:50 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the the Banner Client Manager. To add a new Banner Client, click on the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Banner Client, click on the Client's Name or check the Client's checkbox and press the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you add a new Banner Client or edit an existing one. Note that you need to create at least one Banner Client before you can create a Banner.

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Screen.banners.client.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:13:32 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Banner → Clients from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation. Or select the "Clients" link from the Banner Manager screen.

The Banner Client Manager is where you can edit existing Banner Clients and create new ones. Note that you must have at least one Banner Client and one Banner Category defined before you can add your first Banner.

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Screen.banners.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:13:30 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Banner → Banners from the drop-down menu in the back-end of your Joomla! installation. You can also select the 'Banners' link from the Banner Client Manager or the Banner Categories Manager.

The Banner Manager is where you can edit existing Banners and create new ones. You can also navigate to the Banner Client Manager and the Banner Category Manager. You must add at least one Banner Client and Banner Category before you can add a Banner.

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Screen.banner.categories.edit.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:13:23 by JoomlaWikiBot

Navigate to the the Banner Category Manager. To add a new Banner Category, click on the "New" icon in the toolbar. To edit an existing Banner Category, click on the Category's Name, or check the Category's checkbox and press the "Edit" icon in the toolbar.

This is where you add a new Banner Category or edit an existing one. Note that you need to create at least one Banner Category before you can create a Banner. Also, Banner Categories are separate from other types of Categories, such as those for Articles, Contacts, and News Feeds.

Note that the screen for adding and editing Banner Categories is the same screen used to create Article Categories. However, for Banner Categories, the only required field is the Title. Published, Section, Category Order, and Access Level are not used. An Image and Description may be entered, but they are not displayed on the web site.

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Screen.banner.categories.15

modified 2012-08-04 22:13:20 by JoomlaWikiBot

Select Components → Banner → Categories from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation. You can also select the "Categories" link from either the Banner Manager or the Banner Client Manager.

The Banner Category Manager is where you can edit existing Banner Categories and create new ones. Note that Banner Categories are separate from other Categories, such as for Articles, Contacts, News Feeds, and Web Links. From this screen, you can also navigate to the Banner Manager and the Banner Client Manager.

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Joomla.whatsnew15.15

modified 2011-09-12 00:50:41 by Wgviana

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Joomla.whatsnew10.15

modified 2010-03-22 16:54:25 by Chris Davenport

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Joomla.support.15

modified 2010-03-22 16:54:09 by Chris Davenport

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Joomla.credits.15

modified 2010-03-22 16:52:20 by Chris Davenport

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