This Joomla plugin allows you to specify the pages of components that are visible to guests versus those pages of the component that require the user to login first.
This is useful if you have a component - such as myblog, and you want certain blog pages to be viewable by guests, however, you want other blog pages to be viewable only by logged-in users.
Many components only allow you to specify if all or none of the pages are viewable by guests vs registered users. In many cases, you want to pick and choose which pages are public vs private. You can do this with Component Content Control.
Version 1.61 - For use on Joomla 1.6, 1.7 and 2.5 websites only.
Use V1.52 on Joomla 1.5 websites.
NOW you can control multiple components and easily set up your components that you want to be mostly private or mostly public.
For example, you might use MyBlog and have a blog that you want to be mostly private, but have some blog pages that you want to be public. Then just enter "com_myblog" in the "Mostly Private Components" parameter, and enter in the Public Tags (url fragments) of the blog pages that you want to be public.
At the same time, you might have another component that you want to be mostly public, with private access required for a few pages. Then just enter that component name (eg: com_poll, etc) in the "Mostly Public Components" parameter, and enter in the Private Tags (url fragments) of the pages that you want to be private.
Read the comcontrolpluginreadme file at http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/plgcomcontrol/frs/ for more details.
V1.52a fixes an "empty delimiter" warning sometimes seen.