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auto frontpage

 

Auto-Frontpage 1.0 is released!

 

Auto-Frontpage is a native Joomla! 1.5 plugin which takes care of automatically publishing articles on the frontpage of your Joomla website. First of all it will auto-publish all your new articles - no more messing around with publishing manually and struggling over the right order of articles. Secondly this plugin will also take care of the homepage when you don't have any new articles. in this case the plugin will republish one of your old articles, keeping your site fresh for visitors anda for Search Engines. It's great for SEO and the visitors doesn't get bored. You can define the time period for getting the frontpage updated. Almost any parameters can be configured easily

 

Auto publish articles on Frontpage

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Thursday, 18 February 2010 11:31
One of the important features the core Joomla! installation is missing is to automatically publish newly added articles on the frontpage.
 

Joomla 1.5 Menu configuration

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Monday, 06 July 2009 20:44

Configuring menus might be not an easy task for someone who just started using Joomla. The following video tutorial is a great help for understanding how menu and sub-menu configuration works in Joomla 1.5.

 

Disable new users registration in Joomla

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Saturday, 03 September 2011 17:55

By default Joomla! websites allow user registrations. You can notice it inside the login form - there should be a "Create an account" link on the bottom of it. Sometimes it's necessary to disable the registration of new users and there are many reasons to do so. If you were wondering how to do it, it's actually pretty straight forward - just follow the instructions below.

 

 
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