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Inside Joomla 1.6: Improved Access Control, Categories

Open-source content management systems, such as Joomla, have proven to be effective options for many Web sites and businesses and can be found running some of the largest and busiest sites on the Web. With strong content features, the open-source Joomla has been a popular choice, despite some traditional weaknesses, especially when it came to controlling user permissions on site and sorting content. But with the recently released Joomla 1.6, the open source content management system has gone a l
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One of the biggest new features in Joomla 1.6 is its Access Control Level system, which provides fairly detailed options for defining how groups can access, edit and manage content within the system.

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