Authentication

The authentication plugins operate when users login to your site or administrator. The Joomla! authentication is in operation by default but you can enable Gmail or LDAP or install a plugin for a different system. An example is included that may be used to create a new authentication plugin.

Default on:

  • Joomla

Default off:

  • Gmail
  • LDAP

Editors

Editors are used thoughout Joomla! where content is created. TinyMCE is the default choice in most locations although CodeMirror is used in the template manager. No Editor provides a text box for html content.

Default on:

  • CodeMirror Help
  • TinyMCE Help
  • No Editor Help

Default off:

  • None

Search

The search component uses plugins to control which parts of your Joomla! site are searched. You may choose to turn off some areas to improve performance or for other reasons. Many third party Joomla! extensions have search plugins that extend where search takes place.

Default On:

  • Content Help
  • Contacts Help
  • Weblinks Help
  • News Feeds Help
  • Categories Help

Editors-xtd

These plugins are behind the buttons found beneath your editor. They only run when an editor plugin runs.

Default on:

  • Editor Button: Image
  • Editor Button: Readmore
  • Editor Button: Page Break
  • Editor Button: Article

Default off:

  • None

System

System plugins operate every time a page on your site loads. They control such things as your URLS, whether users can check a "remember me" box on the login module, and whether caching is enabled.  New in 1.6 is the redirect plugin that with the redirect component assist you in managing changes in URLs.

Default on:

  • Remember me Help
  • SEF Help
  • Debug Help

Default off:

  • Cache Help
  • Log Help
  • Redirect Help

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