Joomla comes with a lot of plug-ins out of the box. Some of these plug-ins may not appear to be working even if they are enabled. This is especially true for the content type plug-ins where certain article and menu item parameters may have to be set a certain way for the plug-in to function. An example of this is the Content–Page Navigation plug-in, where you can chose whether or not to display page navigation in the article parameters and menu item parameters.
- Authentication Plug-ins
These all do the same thing. They allow you to authenticate yourself using the Joomla jos_users table or from a third-party API.
- Content–Page Navigation
This plug-in facilitates the Prev and Next functionality as a way to navigate between content items in the same category. This can be seen at the bottom of Figure 10-3.
Provides a way for site visitors to rate the article they are viewing. This can be seen toward the top of Figure 10-3.
Figure 10-3. Content–Page Navigation and Content–Rating
- Content–Email Cloaking
Let’s look at an example of email cloaking ...