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Revision as of 15:13, 8 October 2013


<translate> This page contains many links to documentation concerning Plugin Development for Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.x. A good place to start is with the Recommending Reading articles below as they provide a good introductory base of knowledge to build on.</translate>

<translate> What is a Plugin?</translate>

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<translate> Plugins are grouped together depending on which event they run on. A full list of events grouped by event type can be found here (the names of a lot of events changed between Joomla 1.5 and Joomla 2.5 see here for a full list of changes). There are also several simple tutorials on making some sample plugins running on some of these events to help running searches on extensions using both the search and smart search components:</translate>

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<translate> There are further tutorials using the user triggers on how to create an authentication plugin to help users log into Joomla and creating a profile plugin for Joomla.</translate>

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<translate> Content plugins can be used to add custom fields to core components. The following tutorial explains how to do this and how to display the new field on your webite.</translate>

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<translate> A more complex example of using plugins to create a new system router to produce URLs is also available (Joomla 2.5 only).</translate>


<translate> The following articles will help familiarise you with Joomla! plugins. They are a good starting point to understanding and then developing plugins.</translate> <translate>====Beginner==== To understand how to install and use a plugin in Joomla it is recommended to read Administration of a Plugin in Joomla!</translate> <translate>====Intermediate==== To understand plugins better it is advised that you create a basic plugin for Joomla!.

To read on how to run a basic content plugin in a custom module or component you may have already developed it is recommended to read Triggering content plugins in your extension.</translate> <translate>====Advanced==== To understand the principles on which the Plugin system works Plugin Developer Overview. To then implement this in a component you have designed it is recommended to read Supporting plugins in your component.</translate>



<translate> The Joomla! Documentation Wiki needs your help! Below is a list of pages/articles needed for Plugin Development. If you know of a topic which needs to be addressed, just add it to the List of Red Links below by using the following wikimarkup.</translate>

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<translate> Want or Need a New Article on Plugin Development?</translate>

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To add a Red Link click here and add it to the Plugins Development Projects page. Please use the following wikimarkup code to add the suggested topic to the list:</translate>

*[[Put your Plugin Article name here]]

<translate> List of Red Links for needed Plugin Develepment Articles:</translate>