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Re: Hiding All Modules from frontend?? How?
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TOPIC: Re: Hiding All Modules from frontend?? How?
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Re: Hiding All Modules from frontend?? How? 7 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
I can't seem to find an answer to this question. How do I disable the any of the Joomlawatch modules from showing on any page but still allow Joomlawatch to collect stats? I just want to see the stats in the backend...

Thanks<br><br>Post edited by: madcap, at: 2009/07/21 09:54
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#2084
Re: Hiding All Modules from frontend?? How? 7 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
Any anwers please?
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Re: Hiding All Modules from frontend?? How? 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
madcap

this has been answered before, you will want to publish joomlawatch on the
footer section of your joomla setup
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Re: Hiding All Modules from frontend?? How? 7 Years ago Karma: 0
Hi,

If your website allows it (e.g. you don't have people with front-end access),
you could always publish the modules as 'REGISTERED'

This way 'normal' visitors will not see the modules.

-Mike
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