If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Yesterday I wrote about Global Check – In in article Day-26. Today I will write on Cache Manager next to Global Check – In under tools , What is Cache Manager and how it works. Let’s start with the definition…
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Yesterday I wrote about Mass Mail in article Day-25.Today I will write on Global Check – In next to Mass Mail under tools , What is Global Check In and how it works. Let’s start with the definition of Global Check In
What is Global Check In?
Click on Tools menu at backend and you will see global check in sub menu. Click on this menu. The Global Check In screen will cause Joomla! to perform a global check-in of all currently pending or locked items. It then shows the results of the Global Check-in. This is useful, for example, if an Article 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 as shown below in figure.
Yesterday I wrote about Write Message in article Day-24.Today I will write on Mass Mail next to Write Message under tools , What is mass mail and how it works. Let’s start with the definition of mass mail.
What is Mass Mail?
Click on Tools menu at backend and you will see mass mail sub menu. Click on this menu. 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 as shown in figure.
Yesterday, I have written about install/uninstall under the extension menu in article Day – 22 Today, I am going to discuss about the next extension menu component, Module, Plugins, Language and Template extension.
In my previous articles “Day -12” to “Day – 20” , I wrote about the components menu. Today, will write about the next menu Extension. Under Extensions there are several sub menus, I will start with the install/uninstall menu. How we can install and uninstall modules, components, plugins, templates.
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:
• A Component is a mini-application that renders the main body of the page. Examples of Components are Contacts, the Front Page, and News Feeds.
• A Module is a smaller Extension typically used for rendering a small element that displays across multiple pages. Examples of Modules include Menus and Related Items.
• A Plugin is a section of code that runs when a pre-defined event happens within Joomla. For example, editors are Plugins that run when an edit session is opened.
In my previous article “Day – 19” , I have written about the Web Links Manager. Today I will write about the next component menu under Web links – Web Link Category Manager. Let start with the definition of web link category manager.
What is Web Link Category Manager?
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.
How to Access
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.
In my previous article, I have discussed about Polls components menu Day – 18 Today am going to telling you about the next component menu item “Web Links”. Under Web Link there are two sub items – Web Links , Web Link Category Manager. Let’s start with the Web Links.
What is Web Link 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.
How to Access
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.