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The Administrator interface(application) can be reached by appending the word <code>administrator</code> to the URL of your site. For example, if you usally access your site on:
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*<code><nowiki>http://www.example.com/</nowiki></code> then go to <code><nowiki>http://www.example.com/administrator</nowiki></code> to access the Administrator panel
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You can only log in to the Administrator interface if you have administration or back-end privileges.
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===Choose your Joomla! Version===
 
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{{other versions/navbox|The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' Tutorial is available in these versions:-|version}}
[[Image:J2.5-Admin_login.png|670px]]
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[[Category:Beginners]][[Category:Tutorials]]</noinclude>
 
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Enter your username and password into the relevant fields.  If required, select your preferred language from the drop-down list.  Then click the '''Login''' button.  If you are logged in successfully you should see the Administrator control panel screen which looks similar to this:
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[[Image:J2.5-Control-Panel.png|670px]]
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To log out of the Administrator back-end, locate the '''Logout''' link in the top-right corner of the Administrator screens and click on it.  Logging out will return you to the Administrator login screen.  If the '''Logout''' link is greyed out and nothing happens when you click on it, then you are probably in a screen where you have some resource locked for your exclusive use.  Click the '''Cancel''' toolbar button first to release the resource, then click on the '''Logout''' link.
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<noinclude>[[Category:Tutorials]]</noinclude>
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Revision as of 23:04, 7 July 2013

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