Make People Register on your Joomla Site to Read More

It's quite simple to make people register on your Joomla site before they can use the 'read more' links to view the full text of your articles. This guide explains how to set it up.

 


Page 1 How to Use Joomla!'s Register to Read More Function This tutorial will guide you in the process of creating an article using Joomla! 1.5 and setting it up in a way so that only part of the article shows, and then further reading of the article would require the user registering on your site and then logging in. So, let’s begin. Note: This document will begin with instructing readers with detailed instructions on creating sections, categories, articles (content), and menu items. Advanced Joomla! users should skip to Step 4. (Page 4) Log into Joomla!’s Administrative Back End: Log into the back end using your user details. (Figure 1) Create a Section: Navigate to the Content menu. In the drop down list a menu item named Section Manager will appear. Click it. (Figure 2)

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