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.
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This module shows a list of the calendar months containing archived articles. After you have changed the status of an article to archived, this list will be automatically generated. Help
This module displays the latest registered users. Help
This module shows the Joomla! copyright information. Help
The Statistics Module shows information about your server installation together with statistics on the Web site users, number of Articles in your database and the number of Web links you provide.
This module displays a list of categories from one parent category. Help
The language switcher module allows you to take advantage of the language tags that are available when content, modules and menu links are created.
This module displays a list of available Content Languages for switching between them.
When switching languages, it redirects to the Home page defined for the chosen language. Thereafter, the navigation will be the one defined for that language.
The language filter plugin must be enabled for this module to work properly.
To view an example of the language switch moduler module, go to the site administrator and enable the language filter plugin and the language switcher module labellled “language switcher” and visit the fruit shop or park sample sites. Then follow the instructions in this tutorial.
The syndicate module allows you to display a link that allows users to take a feed from your site. It will only display on pages for which feeds are possible. That means it will not display on single article, contact or weblinks pages, such as this one. Help
This module allows you to display the articles in a specific category. Help
This Module shows a list of the most recently published and current Articles. Some that are shown may have expired even though they are the most recent. Help