Joomla Intranet

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One of the things I’ve learned while working with Joomla, is that (almost) anything is possible. During my free time, I’m helping out some people who were desperate for some Joomla knowledge. I had recreated their website for them, and today they asked me to “create the accounts.” They organize a yearly event, and to do this they use a website; which isn’t available to the public. Of course, the “account part” was already solved ages ago – I even told them just that before – but I remained patient.
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While still pondering on the e-mail I came up with an idea. What if I forced people to log in before they could visit the website itself? Since they didn’t have an “open registration” that should pose little problems. The only difficulty was to transform this idea into reality. I Googled for a possible solution, and of course the Joomla Community delivered.

Share information and selected files with your users - safely, securely, and inexpensively. Create a secure download area/joomla extranet/client area. Grant access to users by selecting the folders they are getting permissions for, and specific actions you want to allow on those folders. Get 2 intranet Joomla templates on ThemeForest. Buy intranet Joomla templates from $39. All created by our Global Community of independent Web Designers and Developers.

A blog post on Joomlatools offers a solution that works. It involves a hack of one of the core files. I’ve tested this just today, and it works perfectly. I’ve made a minor change to their solution, to ensure that users – should there be any – will still be able to visit the site while you make this minor change.

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How to get it done

  1. Open the file in /includes/application.php
  2. Find the following line: if ($this ->getCfg(‘offline’)&& $user -> get(‘gid’) <’23’
  3. Change the line to: if ($this ->getCfg(‘offline’)&& $user -> get(‘gid’) <’18’
  4. Save the file, and overwrite the original file.
  5. Once this is done, set your Joomla site to “Offline”.

You’ve now made a change to how Joomla behaves when the site is set to offline. Normally, only the super administrators can still visit the site when it’s put offline – but this change will allow registered users to visit the site, when they log in. A login screen will also appear; which is just what we need!

If you feel like changing the way this login screen looks, the people at joomlatools mention that you can edit the file in /templates/system/offline.php and copy it to /templates/(your template)/offline.php.

Speedtest tarr. Once you follow these steps, you’ve transformed Joomla to a site that’s reserved for registered users only!

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