Joomla! Extension User Guide: JV Login

engineachooInternet and Web Development

Dec 4, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Joomla! Extension
User Guide:
JV Login
JV Login is a Joomla! module that creates a login box for your site, normal or
pop up style.
Downloading and installing JV Login
Downloading
- Register an account on
http://www.joomlavi.com
/
- You can look for JV Login manually within the extensions list (Joomla!
Products

Joomla! Extensions) or use this link:
http://www.joomlavi.com/
joomla-extensions/extension/60-jv-login/3.htm
l

- In the JV Login page, select JV Login and click download. Unlike most other
JV modules, there is only one JV-Login module for both Joomla! versions.
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- If the file you download has unzip_first in its name, please extract it before
continuing with installation.
Installing
- Go to your website’s administration page, open Extensions menu and select
Install/Uninstall (Joomla! 1.5) or Extensions Manager (Joomla! 1.7)
- On “install” tab, in the ‘upload package file” section, you can either type the
path to your file into the blank field or click on ‘Browse’ to find it manually.
- Click on ‘Upload File & Install’. JV Login’s installation is now completed.
Activating
-Go to Module Manager (Extensions menu

Module Manager)
-Search for JV Login by making use of the filter or looking for JV Login’s
name from the select type menu.
-Check whether JV Login is enabled or disable. If it’s disabled, enable by
clicking on the status icon found in the ‘Enabled’ (Joomla! 1.5) or ‘Status’
(Joomla! 1.7) column. You can also enable JV Login by selecting it, then click
on the ‘Enable’ button.
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JV Login Module Mod
Click on JV Login’s name within Module Manager to enter it’s configure/edit
menus
There are 4 Option boxes/menus:
Details, Menu Assignment, Module Parameters (Joomla! 1.5)/Basic
Options (Joomla! 1.7) and Module Advance Parameters(Joomla!1.5)/Advance
Options(Joomla! 1.7).
Detail and Menu Assignment are Joomla! default Options boxes/menus and
won’t be focused on, but make sure you that you assigned the module to the
right position and menu item(s).
Module Parameters (Joomla! 1.5)/Basic Options (Joomla! 1.7) and Module
Advance Parameters(Joomla!1.5)/Advance Options(Joomla! 1.7) are the
custom menus and the main focus of this guide.
Basic Option
-Module Class Suffix
: The string you enter here will be use as the
module’s class suffix
-Template
: This allows you to set the template of your login box.
+Default
: the default, normal login box.
+Popup
: The login box pop up after you clicked on the login button
+Register
: The register style box show up after you clicked on the
button
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-Style
: This allows you to set the style of you login box
-Show greetings: This is where you set the greetings to use the
member’s name or user name, or turn off greetings altogether.
-Text login
: The text for the login button
-Text logout
: The text for the logout button
-Login redirect
: Upon logging in, the user will be redirected to the page
specified in this field. Only work with pages on your site.
-Logout redirect
: Upon logging out, the user will be redirected to the
page specified in this field. Only work with pages on your site.
-Show remember
: Show ‘Remember me’ option
-Show forgot password
: Show ‘Forgot your password?’ option
-Show forgot Username:
Show ‘Forgot your username?’ option
-Shoe create account
: Show the ‘Create an account’ option.
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Advance Options
-Popup width:
This is where you set the width of your pop up, if the
template was set to popup.
-Popup height:
This is where you set the height of your pop up, if the
template was set to popup.
-Delay:
The amount of time before the pop up’s transition effect playout.
-Duration:
The amount of time it takes to complete the pop up’s transition
effect.
-Transition:
This option allows you to select the pop up’s transition
-Effect:
This option allows you to select the ease effect for the pop up’s
transition.
The result
After you have finished setting the parameters/option, click on Save
(Joomla! 1.5) or Save & Close (Joomla! 1.7) to save and close
Module Mod; Apply (Joomla! 1.5) or Save (Joomla! 1.7) to save
without closing Module Mod.
To see the result of your setting, click on Preview (Joomla! 1.5) or
View site (Joomla! 1.7).
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If there is no problem with the parameters, the result should look like the
following images:
Default template
Popup template
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Register template
This is the end of the “JV Login for Joomla!” User Guide
I hope it’d be useful for those who took an interest in this Extension but had
trouble figuring out how it works.
Good luck tinkering!