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Latest revision as of 06:21, 9 September 2013

Article Management Help Screens with Descriptions

Article Managment Help Screen Version Description
Components Article Manager Options Joomla 3.1

Used to set global defaults for menu items that display articles. These default values will be used when "Use Global" is selected for an option in an Articles menu item. For example, to show the 'Create Date' for an article in your Articles menu items, then set that option to "Show" here and it will be the default value. You do not need to set any of these options. Your Joomla site will work with the default settings.

Content Article Manager Joomla 2.5

The Article Manager is used to add and edit articles. See Toolbar below for a detailed list of all functions.

Content Article Manager Joomla 3.1

The Article Manager is used to find, mark featured, add and edit articles. See Toolbar below for a detailed list of all functions.

Content Article Manager Edit Joomla 2.5

This is the back-end screen where you can add and edit Articles. The same screen is used for adding a new Article and editing an existing Article. You can also select the Section and Category for an Article and indicate whether or not it is Published and if it is selected to appear on the Front Page.

The Article's content is edited using the default editor selected in the User Manager - New/Edit. The Joomla! default editor is called TinyMCE.

A number of Parameters can be set for the Article. Metadata can also be entered.

Content Article Manager Edit Joomla 3.1

This is the back-end screen where you can add and edit Articles. The same screen is used for adding a new Article and editing an existing Article. You can also select the Section and Category for an Article and indicate whether or not it is Published and if it is selected to appear on the Front Page.

The Article's content is edited using the default editor selected in the User Manager - New/Edit. The Joomla! default editor is called TinyMCE.

A number of Parameters can be set for the Article. Metadata can also be entered.

Content Article Manager Options Joomla 2.5

This screen is where you can set global defaults for menu items that display articles. These default values will be used when you select "Use Global" for an option in an Articles menu item. For example, if you normally want to show the Create Date for an article in your Articles menu items, then set that option to "Show" here and it will be the default value. You do not need to set any of these options. Your Joomla site will work with the default settings.

Article options are divided into nine groups as follows. Each controls the appearance of the listed type of layout.

  • Articles: Articles in Single Article or blog layouts.
  • Editing Layout: Front-end article add/edit layout.
  • Category: Single Category layouts -- for example, when you click on a category to view the articles it contains.
  • Categories: Articles Categories layout.
  • Blog/Featured Layouts: Featured and Category Blog Layout.
  • List Layouts: Category List Layout.
  • Shared Options: Shared options for list, blog, and featured layouts.
  • Integration: Feed Link and Read More options.
  • Permissions: ALC permissions for actions on articles.