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I am getting very annoyed with the "Joomla! 3.3.3 is available, Update Now" on top of my control panel. My hosting provider does not support it yet (3.2.3) so on all my sites I keep on getting this message and because it takes a few seconds to come up several times I click on a wrong menu item because it just shifts by this message popping up.
Can I disable this check and/or message somewhere? I could not find it on google for the last hour so I just ask here.
Thx in advance!
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Re: How to remove the Update Now reminder

by imanickam » Sun Sep 07, 2014 1:48 pm

In the Plugin Manager, Disable the plugin "Quick Icon - Joomla! Update Notification" and see what happens.

On the same way, I believe that you may also would like to Disable the plugin "Quick Icon - Joomla! Extensions Updates Notification".
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Re: How to remove the Update Now reminder

by Frits Thissen » Wed Sep 10, 2014 6:54 pm

imanickam wrote:In the Plugin Manager, Disable the plugin "Quick Icon - Joomla! Update Notification" and see what happens.

On the same way, I believe that you may also would like to Disable the plugin "Quick Icon - Joomla! Extensions Updates Notification".
Thank you very much, this was the answer and I feel a little stupid now it seems so simple :(
Thanks again

A default installation of Joomla comes with a “Help” menu. It holds links to important Joomla resources, sure. But they can also be an unneccesary distraction for the users. What if you don’t want them to wander into the Joomla Jungle alone?

Whatever your reason might be, you’ll be glad to hear that this Help section can be disabled in the Help section. I was originally going to say “can be customized in” but that’s not really the case.

How to disable the help section

The Admin Menu is a module, so it can be customized in the Module Manager. Here’s how you disable the help section: (Note: While the screenshots are from Joomla 3.x the steps are the same in Joomla 2.5)

Open the Module Manager

Open the Module Manager

Open the Module Manager, under “Extensions.

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Look for “Admin Menu”

In the Module Manager, first change the filter to show “Administrator” Modules instead of Site Modules. With that done, look for “Admin Menu”. A search for that exact term should do the trick. Open the Module.

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Set “Help Menu” to “Hide”.

Set the option for “Help Menu” to “Hide” and save the module. In Joomla 3.x you will need to go to the “Options” tab to see this option.

The Help part will now be hidden.

Extra Credit

Remember the beginning of the article, where we mentioned we wouldn’t mention how to Customize the Help section? That was partially true. We’re going to show you what happens if you enter a value for “Custom Support Forum”.

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As you can see, the result is you get the joys of the full “Help” Menu, with one difference: A “Custom Support Forum” option has been added. Which, unless your company name is “Custom”, is a pretty bad name for the menu item. So you might be better off just forgetting that option exists and just disable the entire thing if you want to offer “Custom” support options.

Let’s assume you’re not the only person managing your Joomla site. And you also can not intently follow each team member's activities. What are you going to do now?

Determining which user gets access to which part of your website is crucial to managing a business website. Especially if you run corporate projects, distributed varied roles for team members are important to perform their tasks more effectively.

If you are looking for a quick guide to set up user roles in your Joomla site, then you are in the right place. All it requires is a little bit of perspective and tweaks. Are you up for it? Let’s find out how easily and effectively you can manage users on your Joomla sites.

Disable Access to Other Components

Before digging deeper, it’s important to understand how role-based access works. If you want any part of the site, for example, category, admin module, menu item, etc. to be accessible only to those assigned to this role, then you need to create a role-based access level that includes only this group.

We set this up as a one-to-one relationship so that this access level will provide access only to those who have been assigned this role. If a user is not assigned to this role, they don't get access to it.

Disable Access to Other Components

As mentioned above, you can determine what people can see and do on your Joomla sites. By setting up user roles, you can easily distribute the team member’s roles on-site specifically or separately to delegate tasks more effectively.

You can also divide users into different groups with specific viewing access levels, which means people can only see what you allow them to see on your site. The usefulness is endless!

Disable Access to Other Components

Role Based Access in Jooma

There are five access levels that are included in Joomla by default. Learning how to use the Public, Guest, Special, and Registered access levels gives you a lot of power over who sees what content on your site.

Public: Any visitor, regardless of whether or not they are logged into your site or not, can view anything that is assigned to the public access level.

Guest: This access Level will hide content from site visitors unless they are logged into the site.

Registered: Registered allows the user to login to the Frontend interface. They can't contribute content but may have access to other areas, like a forum or download section if your site has one.

Special: Allows access to content creation and other system information from the Backend. This includes Author, Manager, Super Users.

Super Users: Super Users have complete administrative access to your site. They have access to and can change every aspect of the site.

Disable Access to Other Components

Sometimes you may need to restrict users from accessing resources in the admin panel. You can easily allow a user to access only one or few components in just a few simple steps.

Disable Access to Other Components

To achieve a role-based access level, we need to create user groups and define permission for users. Go to the Joomla admin panel, click on the "Users" tab on the top bar, and then “Groups” > "Add New Group".

Role Based Access in Jooma

Follow the steps to create a new user group:

  1. Name your group however you like. For this tutorial, let’s call it "Custom-Group"
  2. Select "Manager" as the parent group
  3. Click "Save & Close"
Role Based Access in Jooma

Disable Access to Other Components

Now, you need to create a new user or users and assign them to the newly created group. To do that, go to “Users” > “Manage” > “Add New User”. Fill in the account details as usual and from the Assigned User Groups tab select the group we have created in the previous step.

Role Based Access in Jooma

Disable Access to Other Components

All user groups are allowed to get the core permissions as long as you make some changes to the Permission Settings page.

Here’s a brief description of some of the actions below:

Site Login: The users who get the permission can log into the front-end of your site.

Administrator Login: The users who get the permission can access the back end of your website.

Super User: The users who get that permission can do anything even for changing Global Configuration settings.

Access Administration Interface: The users who get the permission can perform tasks like change the website’s look, add new extensions, etc.

For this tutorial, go to the newly created user group “Custom Group” > “Access Administration Interface” and set it to “Allowed”.

Role Based Access in Jooma

Disable Access to Other Components

You can disable access to the other components according to your needs. To do that, you need to manually disable access for each component.

Let’s see how to do that for Banner.

Go to “Global Configuration” > “Banners” > “Custom Group” > “Access Administration Interface” and set it to “Denied”.

Role Based Access in Jooma

Similarly, you need to disable access for the other components according to your needs.

  • Banners
  • Contacts
  • Articles
  • Smart Search
  • Media manager
  • Messaging
  • News Feeds
  • Search
  • Weblinks

Now the user has access to the specific component or components as per your defined permissions.

Disable Access to Other Components

Granting inappropriate levels of access to staff members is a leading cause of data loss and data theft. Whereas, the benefits of role-based user access are endless. Lack of role-based access can be costly for any organization in more ways than one. So, why take the risk?

Implement role-based user access to your Joomla site today and create a more secure and productive environment to perform tasks more effectively. Good luck!

The path to the files has been changed in 3.7. You will find the "en-gb.com_mycomponent.sys.ini" and "en-gb.com_mycomponent.ini" now under administrator/components/com_mycomponent/language/. There you can change the strings which are used by the component and for example, easily change the name shown in the menu of joomla.

COM_MYCOMPONENT="Your Component Name"
COM_MYCOMPONENT_COMPONENT_LABEL="Your Component Name"
COM_MYCOMPONENT_TITLE="Your Component Name"
etc.

有一天,我的一个朋友跟我说,他网站的某个页面加载非常慢,让我帮忙解决。

我用Chrome自带的工具(右键 -> Inspect elecment)查看,我发现了问题所在。那个页面加载了Google的一段js

http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js

 

在天朝,Google被墙了,你懂的,政府在为我们安(zhi)全(zhao)着(ma)想(fang)。所以,这段js一直加载不出来。找到了问题所在,我以为解决这个问题大概半天就能搞定。

我做得第一步是把网站的代码下载下来,然后搜索含有googleapis的文件

 grep -R "googleapis" .

 

然后把里面的googleapis替换成国内360提供的cdn源useso

本想着能大功告成,后来发现还是不行。

那时,我想肯定是模板动态生成的,又在网上找了一堆关于k2插件的配置,说要改变jQuery的配置为如下(登录网站的后台管理进行配置):


本想着大功告成,能安心睡觉了。但还是不行,算了,第二天再解决。

第二天,我仔细分析了一下,为什么只有几个页面加载很慢,其他页面完全没问题?再仔细观察发现加载慢的页面是有图片的,看到了这样的代码:

{gallery}case_studies/commercial_bank{/gallery}

再仔细看,它采用了Content - Simple Image Gallery Pro (by JoomlaWorks)这个插件,然后找到这个插件的设置


把jQuery library handling的配置设置为 Do not load the jQuery library(意思是不要从远程加载google的jQuery,因为这个东西也没有用到)就行了。

这下终于大功告成!!
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