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The Plugin Manager allows you to enable and disable Joomla! plugins and to edit a plugin's details and options. It is also useful for quickly enabling/disabling multiple plugins at once.

How to Access

  • Select System  Manage panel  Plugins from the Administrator menu. or...
  • Select Home Dashboard  Site panel  Plugins from the Administrator menu.





Column Headers

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  • Type. The Type of the plug-in. Some possible types are: authentication, content, editors, editors-xtd, search, system, and user. These are also the names of the website sub-directories where the plugin files are located. For example, plugins with a type of 'authentication' are located in the website directory 'plugins/authentication'.
  • Element. The plug-in directory name which contains the plugin's files. This directory will be located in the directory which corresponds to its type. For example, the 'Authentication - Joomla' plugin is of type 'Authentication' and element 'joomla'. So the website directory it is located in is 'plugins/authentication/joomla'
  • Access. Which user 'access levels' have access to this item. You can change an item's Access Level by clicking on its name to open it up for editing. The default user 'access levels' which come preconfigured with Joomla! are:
    • Public: Everyone has access including website visitors who have not logged in
    • Registered: Only users with registered status or higher will have access
    • Special: Only users with author status or higher have access

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List Filters




The list of plugins which appears on this screen may be very large. You can use one of the available filters or any combination of them to limit the number of plug-ins displayed to just the plug-ins which match your filter parameters.

Filter Options

  • Select Status. Select a status (Enabled or Disabled) from the drop-down list box to show only plugins with the selected status.
  • Select Type. Select a Type from the drop-down list box to show only plugins of the selected Type.
  • Select Element. A long list of elements, allowing a precise selection.
  • Select Access. Select the 'Access Level' from the drop-down list box to only show plugins accessible by uses of the selected 'Access Level'




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Quick Tips

  • To enable or disable a group of Plugins, check the check box for each desired Plugin and then click the Enable or Disable toolbar button.
  • Starting with Joomla! 1.6, configurable plugin settings are referred to as 'options'. In previous versions of Joomla! these configurable settings were referred to as 'parameters'. You may see the terms 'options' and 'parameters' used interchangeably in help documentation and tutorials you encounter.

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