User Management in Joomla     www.bharathtech.com
Contents• User Options   – Sign up   – Login   – Password Reset• User Manager   – Menu   – Viewing User Lists   – Filterin...
User Options>Login Form        >Create Account (Public Registration Form)
User Options>Forgot Password >Forgot User Name
User Manager• New. Creates a new item and opens the editing screen for this item.• Edit. Opens the editing screen for the ...
Viewing User Lists• Name. The full name of the user.• User Name. The name the user will log in as.• Enabled. Whether or no...
Sorting/Filtering User ListsState. Select the desired state (Enabled or Disabled) to limit the listbased on state. Select ...
Access Control Levels : Front End• Front End is whatever that can be accessed via  the public website• Front End users:   ...
Access Control Levels : Back End• Back End is whatever that can be accessed via  the Administrator Control Panel• Back End...
Access Control Levels - Flexibility• Custom access levels can be created• Access levels of existing groups can be  modifie...
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User management in joomla

  1. 1. User Management in Joomla www.bharathtech.com
  2. 2. Contents• User Options – Sign up – Login – Password Reset• User Manager – Menu – Viewing User Lists – Filtering User Lists• Access Control Levels – Front End Group – Back End Group
  3. 3. User Options>Login Form >Create Account (Public Registration Form)
  4. 4. User Options>Forgot Password >Forgot User Name
  5. 5. User Manager• New. Creates a new item and opens the editing screen for this item.• Edit. Opens the editing screen for the selected item. If more than one item isselected (where applicable), only the first item will be opened. An item can also beopened for editing by clicking on its Title or Name.• Activate. Activate multiple users by selecting their checkboxes and clicking thisbutton.• Block. Block multiple users by selecting their checkboxes and clicking this button.• Unblock. Unblock multiple users by selecting their checkboxes and clicking thisbutton.• Delete. Deletes selected item(s).• Options. Opens the Options window where default settings for Users can be edited.
  6. 6. Viewing User Lists• Name. The full name of the user.• User Name. The name the user will log in as.• Enabled. Whether or not the user is enabled.• Activated. Whether or not the user is activated. Normally when a user registersfrom the front end, some type of activation is required.• User Groups. The list of groups that the user belongs to. Note that a user maybelong to more than one group.• E-Mail. The e-mail address from the user is displayed here.• Last visit. Here you can see the date on which the user last logged in.• Registration Date. The date the user was registered.• ID. This is a unique identification number for this item assigned automatically byJoomla
  7. 7. Sorting/Filtering User ListsState. Select the desired state (Enabled or Disabled) to limit the listbased on state. Select "- State -" to list Enabled and Disabled users.Active. Select "Activated" to list only users that have beenActivated. Select "Unactivated" to select only users who have notyet been activated. Select "- Active -" to select both type of users.Group. Select a group from the list box to list only users who aremembers of that group. Select "- Group -" to select users regardlessof group.
  8. 8. Access Control Levels : Front End• Front End is whatever that can be accessed via the public website• Front End users: Registered - Cannot create,edit or publish content. Can access registration only sections like Forums, Downloads etc. Author - Can create content. Cannot publish. Editor - Can create and edit content posted by authors. Cannot publish. Publisher - Can create,edit and publish content posted by authors,editors.
  9. 9. Access Control Levels : Back End• Back End is whatever that can be accessed via the Administrator Control Panel• Back End Users: Manager - Publishers + adding, deleting and editing Sections and Categories, editing the Front Page and Menus Administrator - All access, Cannot modify Super Administrator. Super Administrator - All access, Cannot be deleted.
  10. 10. Access Control Levels - Flexibility• Custom access levels can be created• Access levels of existing groups can be modifiedNote:Access rights of specificusers cannot be edited.User groups alone canbe edited. Users needto be placed inappropriate categoryfor assigning customrights.
  11. 11. End of Presentation Thank You

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