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This tutorial will guide you in the process of creating an
article
using Joomla! 1.5 and setting itup in a way so that only part of the
article
shows, and then further reading of the
article
wouldrequire the user registering on your site and then logging in.So, let’s begin.
Log into Joomla!’s Administrative Back End:
Log into the back end using your user details.
(Figure 1)Create a Section:
Navigate to the
Content 
menu. In the drop down list a menu item named
Section Manager 
willappear. Click it.
(Figure 2)
 
How to Use Joomla!'s Register to Read More Function
 
Note:
This document will begin with instructing readers withdetailed instructions on creating sections, categories, articles(content), and menu items.
Advanced Joomla! users should skip to
 
Step 4. (Page 4)
Page 1
 
Once you reach the
Section Manager 
, on the right you will see several icons. Click the onemarked
new 
to create a new
section
.
(Figure 3)
On the next screen you need to type in a
title
, and then optionally an
alias
. (If you do not putan alias whatever you put in as the title will become the alias. See
notes
for moreinformation). Once you have a
title
and
alias
click
save.
You will exit the
Section Editor 
and betaken back to the
Section Manager 
.
(Figure 4)
Page 2
 
Now you must create a new
category 
.
Categories
always go “inside” of 
sections
. You canhave as many
categories
in any
section
you want. For this demonstration we will only haveone
category 
in the
section
we just created.
Create a New Category
Using the
Content 
menu click on the menu item marked C
ategory Manager 
.
(Figure 5)
The next screen is going to display all your 
categories
. You can filter these by their containing
sections
, by searching for keywords. You can also choose whether to display only published,or only unpublished categories.From this area click the new button to create a new category.
(Figure 6)
Just like in the
Section Editor 
you will be writing a
title
, and then optionally an
alias
. But whatis different here is that you have to select the
section
you want the
category 
“in”. In this casewill be selecting the
section
we just created. Once you have a
title
, and optionally the
alias
,click save.
(Figure 7)
 
Note:
Both the
Section Manager 
and the
Category Manager 
are accessed through either the ‘home’ page in the back end,or through the
content 
menu.
Additional Note on Alias’
: The alias that is put into the article will beuseful in Search Engine Optimization.
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