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==How to Access==
 
==How to Access==
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Select '''Extensions → Plugin Manager''' from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation.
  
 
==Description==
 
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The Plugin Manager allows you to enable and disable Joomla! Plugins and to edit a Plugin's Details and Parameters.
  
 
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==Column Headers==
 
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{{colheader|Number}}
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{{colheader|Checkbox}}
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*'''Plugin Name.''' The Name of the Plugin. Click on the Name to open the Plugin for editing.
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{{colheader|Enabled}}
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{{colheader|Order}}
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{{colheader|Access Level}}
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*'''Type.''' The Type of the Plugin. Possible types are: authentication, content, editors, editors-xtd, search, system, user, and xmlrpc. These are also the names of the subfolder where the Plugin files are located. For example, "authentication" plugins are located in the folder "plugins/authentication".
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*'''File.''' The name of the Plugin files. Each Plugin has two files, a ".php" file and a ".xml" file. So, for example, the Authentication - Joomla! plugin has two files: "joomla.php" and "joomla.xml".
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{{colheader|Id}}
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{{colheader|Display #}}
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==Toolbar==
 
==Toolbar==

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Contents

How to Access

Select Extensions → Plugin Manager from the drop-down menu on the back-end of your Joomla! installation.

Description

The Plugin Manager allows you to enable and disable Joomla! Plugins and to edit a Plugin's Details and Parameters.

Screenshot

Plugin manager.png

Column Headers

  • #. An indexing number automatically assigned by Joomla! for ease of reference.
  • Checkbox. Check this box to select one or more items. To select all items, check the box in the column heading. After one or more boxes are checked, click a toolbar button to take an action on the selected item or items. Many toolbar actions, such as Publish and Unpublish, can work with multiple items. Others, such as Edit, only work on one item at a time. If multiple items are checked and you press Edit, the first item will be opened for editing.
  • Plugin Name. The Name of the Plugin. Click on the Name to open the Plugin for editing.
  • Enabled. A green tick or a red X showing whether the use of the component is enabled/disabled. Click the icon to toggle the item between enabled and disabled.
  • Order. The order to display items. If the list is sorted by this column, you can change the order by clicking the arrows or by entering the sequential order and clicking 'Save Order'.
  • Access Level. Who has access to this item. Current options are:
    • Public: Everyone has access
    • Registered: Only registered users have access
    • Special: Only users with author status or higher have access
You can change an item's Access Level by clicking on the icon in the column.
  • Type. The Type of the Plugin. Possible types are: authentication, content, editors, editors-xtd, search, system, user, and xmlrpc. These are also the names of the subfolder where the Plugin files are located. For example, "authentication" plugins are located in the folder "plugins/authentication".
  • File. The name of the Plugin files. Each Plugin has two files, a ".php" file and a ".xml" file. So, for example, the Authentication - Joomla! plugin has two files: "joomla.php" and "joomla.xml".
  • ID. The ID number. This is a unique identification number for this item assigned automatically by Joomla!. It is used to identify the item internally, for example in internal links. You can not change this number.
  • Display #. The number of items to display on one page. If there are more items than this number, you can use the page navigation buttons (Start, Prev, Next, End, and page numbers) to navigate between pages. Note that if you have a large number of items, it may be helpful to use the Filter options, located above the column headings, to limit which items display (where applicable).


Toolbar

Plugin manager toolbar.png

Plugin manager filter.png

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