The username you use to log in to the blog
The password you wish to use to log in to the blog
If you change the password in the field above, you need to enter the current user password into this field.
The full name of the author. This is the name seen by readers
This level is used to determine what kind of access this user has to the blog NOTICE: The userlevel attribute is now only used for backward compatibility to plugins and fallback authorisation. User privileges are now handled by group memberships!
This user is a member of the following groups. Multiple memberships are possible.
Your personal e-mail address
Select the language for your blog
Use WYSIWYG editor Do you want to use the WYSIWYG editor?
Sets the list of available toolbar buttons for the WYSIWYG-Editor. If you need to further change those presets, you can create a file templates/XXX/admin/ckeditor_custom_config.js. For further details please check out the files htmlarea/ckeditor_s9y_config.js and htmlarea/ckeditor_s9y_plugin.js.
Send comment announcements? Do you want to receive emails when comments are posted to your entries?
Send trackback announcements? Do you want to receive emails when trackbacks are posted to your entries?
Disable user / forbid activity? If selected, the user will not have any editing or creation possibilities on the blog anymore. When logging in to the backend, he cannot do anything else apart from logging out and viewing his personal configuration.
Rights: Publishing entries? Is this user allowed to publish entries?
Simplified filters When enabled, search forms and filter functions are reduced to essential options. When disabled, you will see every possible filter option, i.e. in the media library or the entry editor.
Enable use of popup windows for the backend Do you want to use popup windows for some backend functionality? When disabled (default), inline modal dialogs will be used for e.g. the category selector and media library.
If you generally disable backend popups, you can specifically force using popups for specific places by entering a comma separated list of places here. Available places are: images, comments, categories, tags, links.
Show toolbar within media selector popup?

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