Joomla is powerful, but is it easy to use? Some people agree with that, but some people don't since they find it hard to start using Joomla. You know, it is not easy for a newbie to define front-end items in the back-end, change module positions, etc. Read on to find out how you can solve these problems...
JSN PowerAdmin features
Spotlight Search - Search for anything instantly
Spotlight Search helps you search for items in your website quickly. If you see a word or a phrase in the front-end and wonder where it is in the back-end, just use this function. It allows you to search in 10 areas such as Content Articles, Modules, and so on. Thanks to this, accessing and editing items is quicker than ever.
Site Manager - Manage menu, component and modules in one place
Site Manager helps you control the website content in one place. As you see, it covers Menus, Components and Modules.
To change menu items and module positions, just drag-and-drop. To edit content - modify names, show or hide elements, delete, etc. - just click. No more comparing the front-end and the back-end content; many fewer clicks. .. Now everything is visible.
Besides, there are some more small but helpful features that help you manage your Joomla website more easily:
History: Display items you have made changes to recently.
Set Admin Session to Infinite: Keeps you logged in forever in your session.
Here you can check out JSN PowerAdmin QuickStart video:
You can download JSN PowerAdmin for free, without registration.
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