Manage the Permissions for the User Groups in Joomla 3

Joomla allows the management different user groups from the control panel. In this article I will explain how to manage the permission settings for the user groups in Joomla 3. Follow this steps:

  1. Log into as an administrator.
  2. In the top menu, go to menu “System -> Global Configuration”: 1
  3. In this section, click on tab Permissions2
  4. Joomla allows to edit the permissions for all user groups (Not Set / Allowed / Denied). These are the permissions that can change: 3
      • Site Login: Allow or deny Site Login for users in the Public group. Site Login Allows users in the group to login to the frontend site.
      • Admin Login: Allow or deny Admin Login for users in the Public group. Admin Login Allows users in the group to login to the backend administrator site.
      • Offline Access: Allow or deny Offline Access for users in the Public group. Offline Access Allows users in the group to access to the frontend site when site is offline.
      • Super User: Allow or deny Super User for users in the Public group. Super User Allows users in the group to perform any action over the whole site regardless of any other permission settings.
      • Access Administration Interface: Allow or deny Access Administration Interface for users in the Public group. Access Administration Interface Allows users in the group to access all of the administration interface except Global Configuration
      • Create: Allow or deny Create for users in the Public group. Create Allows users in the group to create any content in any extension.
      • Delete: Allow or deny Delete for users in the Public group. Delete Allows users in the group to delete any content in any extension.
      • Edit: Allow or deny Edit for users in the Public group. Edit Allows users in the group to edit any content in any extension.
      • Edit State: Allow or deny Edit State for users in the Public group. Edit State Allows users in the group to edit the state of any content in any extension
      • Edit Own: Allow or deny Edit Own for users in the Public group. Edit Own Allows users in the group to edit any content they own in any extension.

This concludes manage the permissions for the user groups in Joomla 3.

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