Installation Guide v3 - Joomla Configuration: Enabling plug-ins E-mail
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Installation Guide v3
System Requirements
Setup Wizard: Health Cheak
Setup Wizard: Editing Area
Setup Wizard: User Folders
Setup Wizard: Editing styles - Quick
Setup Wizard: Editing styles - Hybrid
Editing Styles : Bring the editor in line with your styles
Setup Wizard: Creating a editor.css file
Joomla Configuration: Enabling plug-ins
Joomla Configuration: Setting the editor as default
Joomla Configuration: Joomla User Accounts
Joomla Configuration: Text Filtering
JCK Manager: Plugin Manager
JCK Manager: Plugin Permissions
JCK Manager: Installing JCK Plugins
JCK Manager: Layout Manager
JCK Manager: Toolbar Assignment
JCK Manager: System Check
JCK Manager: Backup and Restore
JCK Manager: Upgrading - Automatic update process
JCK Manager: Upgrading - Using Joomla's Installer
JCK Manager: Upgrading JCK Plugins
JCK Manager: Sync
JCK Manager: Uninstalling
JCK Editor: Configuration Options
Troubleshooting - (Content being stripped away)
Troubleshooting - (Warning: the JCK Editor cannot find a default template.css...)
Troubleshooting - (File Browsers, Internal Linking and Install Wizard)
Troubleshooting - (File permissions)
Troubleshooting - (.htaccess & Admin Tools from Akeeba)
Troubleshooting - (Slow Performance)
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Joomla Configuration:  Enabling plug-ins

In this next section we what to check and ensure that the necessary plug-ins are enabled on your system. Not all these Joomla plug-ins are mandatory so you can choose to enable or disable then depending upon your preference and setup:

Joomla! Plug-ins
JoomlaCK Editor Yes This is the WYSIWYG Editor;
JCK Typography System Optional This plug-in loads up the editor’s typography style-sheet and integrates it into your website;
JCK Modal System Optional This calls Joomla’s modal library giving jTreeLink (internal linking) the ability to preview pages in a light-box.

To enable (or disable) these plug-ins please visit ‘Extensions’ and navigate down to ‘Plug-in Manager’. In the Plug-in Manager use the ‘Filter’ to search for the"PLUG-IN NAME" and click on the 'Status' icon to enable and disable.

Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 09:46

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