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JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components
JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components
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Banner Contacts Newsfeeds Polls Search Weblinks
JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components
The “Banner” component allows the user to manage banners by Categories and Clients. The “Banners Manager” has three tabs, “Banners,” “Clients,” and “Categories.” The “Banners” tab shows a detailed list of active (published and unpublished) banners within the website. It also provides the ability to add new or edit existing banners and their details. The “Clients” tab shows list of clients and their contact details. The “Categories” tab allows whole categories of banners to be organised and “Published” status changed. Each banner is managed individually with various parameters for essential information such as “Impressions Purchased” and “Click URL.”
The “Contacts” tab shows a detailed list of active (published and unpublished) contacts. The “Categories” tab allows whole categories of contacts to be organised and “Published” status changed. 5 . It also provides the ability to add new or edit existing contacts and their details.JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components B Contacts The “Contacts” component allows the user to manage a Contacts directory with regard to the Contacts within the web site.
Important information is instantly visible such as “Category. 6 .” “Cache Time” and ordering. The “Feeds” tab contains a detailed list of all active (published and unpublished) feeds within the website.” The “Categories” tab allows whole categories of feeds to be organised and “Published” status changed. Feeds are managed in categories and have various parameters such as “Number of Articles.JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components C Newsfeeds The “Newsfeeds” component enables the most recent articles from external web sites feeds (e. RSS) to be linked to for further reading.g.” “# Articles.” and “Cache Time.
“Polls” are easily managed with parameters such as “Lag” (time between votes) and “Options” for which visitors may vote. 7 .JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components D Polls The “Polls” component displays a list of all active (published or unpublished) polls on your site.
The component provides the statistics as a simple list containing “Search Text” compared to “Times Requested.” 8 .” and by default sorted by “Times Requested.JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components E Search The “Search” component provides statistics on searches performed using the Joomla! Search Plugin.
Weblinks are managed in categories and have various parameters such as “Target” (e.g.” 9 . “New Window with Browser Navigation”) and “Description. The “Links” tab displays a list of active (published and unpublished) links organised by category and order.JOOMLA! Core Features 1 Components F Weblinks The “Weblink” component lists and provides management controls for controlling Web Links displayed in the Front-end of the web site. The “Categories” tab allows whole categories of links to be organised and “Published” status changed.
JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules A B C D E F G H I J K L Archived Content Banners & Feed Custom HTML Breadcrumbs Footer Login Menu Most Read & Latest News News Flash Polls Random Image Related Items 10 .
JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules M N O P Q R Search Sections Statistics Syndicate Who's Online Wrapper 11 .
The Items are sorted by creation date not archival date. The Content Itmes are available behind a Month/Year directory list. Only those Months/Years with Content Items created in them will be displayed so there will not be a list of empty directories. 12 .JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules A Archived Content The “Archived Content” module allows the positioning of a display of Content Items that have been Archived by a Publisher or above.
13 . Standard module parameters such as “ Menu Assignment” and “Details” are available. Both can be configured to display specific items on specific pages.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules B Banners and Feed Both the “Banners” and “Feed” modules are the front-end display mechanism for their respective components.
14 . including text. “Custom HTML” modules may contain any HTML based content.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules C Custom HTML The “Custom HTML” module allows the creation of a custom module. images and links.
JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules D Breadcrumbs The “Breadcrumbs” module allows the adition of breadcrumbs to the websites front-end. 15 . The breadcrumbs give users a way to keep track of there location within the web site. Breadcrumbs are a navigation aid commonly used in user interfaces.
” 16 . “Copyright © YYYY [Site Name Here].” “Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License. All Rights Reserved.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules E Footer The “Footer” module shows the Joomla! Copyright information in the following form.
without navigating to a new page.” and “Remember Me.” 17 . such as “Remember Me.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules F Login The “Login” module displays the required fields to login.” Various parameters are available to change what extra options are available.” “Password. Default visible fields include “Username.
All Joomla! web sites have a “ Main Menu” which cannot be deleted. The “ Menu” module allows new menus to be displayed in other positions.” “ Menu Style.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules F Menu The “ Menu” module displays a menu that is defined from within the Menu Manager. The module has various parameters including “ Menu Name.” and sub-menu item preferences. 18 .
19 . Both are easily managed with parameters to limit the scope to certain sections and/or categories. Standard module parameters such as “ Menu Assignment” and “Details” are available.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules G Most Read & Latest News Both the “ Most Read” and “Latest News” modules display a list of links to either the most read articles or the most recently added articles.
Standard module parameters such as “ Menu Assignment” and “Details” are available.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules H News Flash The “Newsflash” module displays Content Items from a specific Section/Category list. 20 .
JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules I Polls The “Polls” module is the front-end display mechanism for the “Polls” component. Together. Standard module parameters such as “ Menu Assignment” and “Details” are available. 21 . the “Polls” module and component can be configured to show specific polls on specific pages.
JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules J Random Image The “Random Image” module displays a random image from the contents of a specific image folder. This folder is set via the parameters dialoge.” 22 . Standard module parameters such as “ Menu Assignment” and “Details” are available in addition to certain “Advanced Parameters.
Hence. otherwise the advantages are rapidly lost and will significantly detract from the user experience. The module will display content items with the same keywords. Less is definitely more (provided they are accurate). giving the user added value to the amount of detail that are able to obtain from a web site. 23 .JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules K Related Items The “Related Items” module utilises the meta-data associated with each piece of content. and therefore of a similar subject. it is important to ensure that the keywords accurately reflect the specific content in every item.
This removes the need to navigate to a search dialogue.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules L Search The “Search” module provides the user with the ability to instantly perform a basic search from their current location and to be taken directly to the results. 24 .
If the parameter “Show Unauthorised Links” is set to No.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules M Sections The “Sections” module shows a list of all Article Sections configured in the your web sites database. the list will be limited to the Sections the User's access level permits them to see. 25 .
MySQL Version.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules N Statistics The “Statistics” module displays a basic list of information about the server and Joomla! Installation. Content. 26 . Members. Weblinks. GZIP. Caching. Information displayed includes Server OS. PHP Version. Time. and Content View Hits.
or as is more common these days. The module works in conjunction with the Syndicate Component where the actual feed details are configured.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules O Syndicate The “Syndicate” module displays a pictorial list of all the Feed types that are available for the web site. 27 . A website user wishing to add the fee would them simply need to right click the module image and copy the link location to their News Feed reader. use their News Feed reader or Browse to automatically add the Feed.
JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules P Who's Online The “Who's Online” module provides a basic display of the number of Guests (unregistered vistors) and how many members (registered users that are logged in) are connected to the website at the time the web page was queried. 28 . The module can be set to display the names of the Members who are logged in.
The web page is inserted as an inline frame into the web site layout template. The module can be used to display another web site. but also alternative pages from within the website is is installed upon. as well as allowing completely independent applications and scripts to be run on the web site and output their displays/information as if an integral part of the website.JOOMLA! Core Features 2 Modules Q Wrapper The “Wrapper” module wraps another web page directly into the website at a specific location determined by the module position. 29 .
Newsfeeds. Contacts.1 & Xstandard Lite for Joomla!) Editors-XTD (Image. GMail) Cache Code Highlighter (GeSHi) Email Cloaking Editors (TinyMCE 2. Page Break. Content. Weblinks) SEF XML-RPC (Blogger API. LDAP.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins A B C D E F G H I J K Authentication (Joomla!. Joomla! API) 30 . Readmore) Legacy Rating Search (Categories. OpenID. Sections.
only the Joomla! Authentication plugin is enabled.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins A Authentication (Joomla!. LDAP. By signing in with a GMail or OpenID account. The Joomla! Authentication plugin involves initially registering at the web site and then confirming your identity through a confirmation email. The OpenID and GMail Authentication plugins use prexisting databases to authenticate the user. By default. GMail) The “Authentication” plugins add different form of user authentication to your site. OpenID. 31 . steps will be eliminated from the registration process.
new pages do not have to be generated as often. This reduces server load and lag. 32 .JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins B Cache The “ Cache” Plugin provides page caching functionality. however. By caching the pages. the benefits of caching require high traffic levels to be noticable.
The default editor may be set from the “Global Configuration” dialoge. TinyMCE 2. It offers all the features that are needed for standard use.1 and the Xstandard Lite for Joomla! plugins are WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editors.1 & XStandard Lite for Joomla!) Both the TinyMCE 2. TinyMCE 2. They allow for the creation of Content Items and editing descriptions among other tasks.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins E Editors (TinyMCE 2.1 Toolbars 35 .1 is both the default and most feature rich editor.
36 . but can be enabled if required.0. This Plugin allows existing components. It is recommended to use extensions that run natively in Joomla! 1. the “Legacy” Plugin is disabled.5. By default.5. templates and modules to function in Joomla! 1.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins F Legacy The “Legacy” Plugin adds Legacy support for Joomla! 1. mambots.
Readmore) These Plugins add important functionality to the front-end for viewing content and the back-end for enabling and configuring this functionality.” The Readmore Editor-XTD Plugin enables a button to be available that allows you to easily insert the “Read more. The Pagebreak Editor-XTD Plugin provides a button to enable a pagebreak to be inserted into an Article.” link into an Article. Pagebreak...JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins G Editors-XTD (Image. A popup allows you to configure the settings to be used. The button causes a popup to be displayed allowing you to configure the image's properties. and to upload new image files. The Image Editor-XTD Plugin displays a button to make it possible to insert images into an Article. 37 . such as “Title.
38 . this Plugin is not enabled. By default.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins H Rating The “Search” Plugin adds the functionality of a reader rating system to the Content Items in the Front-end of the web site. This is the sequence of 5 image objects that are “lit up” in accordance with the seletions made by the Users in the Front-end.
content stored and managed by third party components can be searched if an appropriate plugin is made available. Weblinks) The various “Search” Plugins enable the Search component to search all types of content on your website. Through using this methodology. 39 . Contacts. Sections. allowing the enabling and disabling of searching the different types of content. The different plugins are for each type of content. Newsfeeds.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins I Search (Categories. Content.
The plugin operates directly on the HTML code and does not require special tagging to be added by a user.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins J SEF The “SEF” Plugin adds Search Engine Friendly functionality to the URL links of content items. 40 . It operates automatically once published and enabled in the Global Configuration.
such as w. The “XML-RPC Joomla! API” adds further Joomla! specific functionality through compliant third party applications. 41 . add. to talk to Joomla!. delete and publish content items.JOOMLA! Core Features 3 Plugins K XML-RPC (Blogger API & Joomla! API) The “XML-RPC” (Extensible Markup Language – Remote Procedure Call) Plugin adds XML-RPC functionality to Joomla! The “XML-RPC Blogger API” allows third party applications. giving the user the ability to remotely edit.bloggar.
JOOMLA! Core Features 4 Templates A B RHUK Milkyway Beez 42 .
The template has three parameters for setting the “Colour Variation. The clean design of this template makes it very lightweight and fast.” “Background Variation.” and “Template Width.JOOMLA! Core Features 4 Templates A RHUK Milkyway The “RHUK Milkyway” template is the default template for a Joomla! Installation.” 43 .
5. accessibility and flexibility.JOOMLA! Core Features 4 Templates B Beez The “Beez” template is a template that has been designed with particular attention to the standard conformables code. 44 . It serves as a basis and can be modified and extended as much as you wish. This template is an exmaple to demonstrate the new accessibilty features in Joomla! 1.
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