Last Updated on Sunday, 26 August 2012 11:42 Written by Stephanie Brown Sunday, 1 July 2012 12:00
This article focuses on how to manage your site’s user group settings and permissions.
Each user belongs to a user group and each user group has several hundred ways on how to control them. To control user groups we will go over how we can edit “User Group Settings”. By controlling these settings you will be able to control many features you use on your site thus allowing you to create special user groups that you can create promotions or even charge for in order for users to get the rights to use certain features on your site.
To manage user group settings, in your AdminCp, select Users > Manage User Groups
This opens the following screen, with a list of your user groups.
Last Updated on Friday, 30 December 2011 08:18 Written by Richi González Saturday, 31 December 2011 12:00
I wrote an article some time ago explaining how to create a new admin account in the case you had lost your current password; however, that article works only for previous versions, so here I write one for the new v2.x. (See the other article)
You will need access to a DB manager. In this example, I use phpMyAdmin.
Difficulty level: EasyLearn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 02:00 Written by Carole Bennett Wednesday, 30 November 2011 12:00
In mojoPortal, there are a number of ways to add new members to your website. Registered website members give you a means of reaching out via newsletters, as well as being able to control access to content to a pre-determined audience.
One of the very easiest ways to add new users to your website is to allow them to register via their favorite social media networks, as covered in this article. The biggest benefit for your user is the ability to register without having to remember yet another login.
The next means of adding a new user is by allowing them to register themselves on your website. Depending on how your mojoPortal skin has been designed, the “Register” link may not always be clearly visible; bear in mind that you can always direct your new users to (your site url)/register.aspx, and allow them to register themselves.
Next, we’ll go through the steps of adding a new user manually. Let’s start at our Administration menu:Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 1 August 2011 08:42 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Friday, 5 August 2011 12:00
I have been getting some emails from Elgg users asking me how to prohibit a registered user from using the website without deleting that user. Because of that, in this article I will give a step by step guide on how to ban a user in Elgg. Sign in to your Elgg site as an Administrator and follow these steps:Learn More
Last Updated on Friday, 8 July 2011 11:22 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Sunday, 15 May 2011 07:55
In this article I will show you an updated guide on how to make another user an Admin in Elgg.Learn More
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