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'''Points to note on Super Administrators''':
 
'''Points to note on Super Administrators''':
  
* The default super administrator is 'admin' and is installed with every Joomla! site
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* The default Super Administrator is 'admin' and is installed with every Joomla! site
 
* Super Administrators are able to log in on the Front-end or Back-end of the site
 
* Super Administrators are able to log in on the Front-end or Back-end of the site
 
* A Joomla! site may have more than one designated Super Administrator
 
* A Joomla! site may have more than one designated Super Administrator

Revision as of 09:57, 4 June 2008

Joomla! maintains two primary classifications of user groups. The classifications are primarily Front-end and Back-end user groups. Front-end users are only allowed to log in using the public facing side of the website. Back-end users are allowed to log in on the administrative side of the web site. As a result these users are also referred to as administrative users, or admins.

Administrative logins are available by default at http://sitename/administrator.

Back-end users are further separated into 3 groups:

  • Managers
  • Administrators
  • Super Administrators

The most privileged of these users belong to the Super Administrator group. Super Administrators have the highest privilege level and can make changes or add new features or content to any section of a Joomla! site.

Points to note on Super Administrators:

  • The default Super Administrator is 'admin' and is installed with every Joomla! site
  • Super Administrators are able to log in on the Front-end or Back-end of the site
  • A Joomla! site may have more than one designated Super Administrator