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Menus are used to control website navigation and are a set of menu items. Menu items provide the navigational experience to your users. . A menu contains one or more menu items which provides your users with a navigational experience.

The menu items in our case must point to the JomDirectory. It is mandatory that you create menu links such that Items menu and the Front Admin access is created.


In order to add users to groups for membership plans, you must create a super group named JomDirectory. Then, under it, you must , then create groups for each of your membership plans underneath your super group. These groups are used to provide Group ID when creating a membership plan. Users created using User Manager can be linked to each of these membership plan groups.

To begin with creating groups for membership plans, go through follow the Creating a Group documentation in the Administrative Guide.

Creating Membership Plans and



Memberships in JomDirectory are required to set user group level based on the monthly/Yearly pay plan the user selects. Using membership plans, you can decide how much to charge a user and how many listings a user can make a particular membership plan.


Adding a New Address

The Address feature , as the name suggests, lets you provide the country, region and city for the respective associated product listing. The advantage with the Address field in JomDirectory is that after you configure a particular address, it is shared across various components in the Comdev extension.


Categories allow the site owner to categorise listings into appropriate sections. JomDirectory categories are independent of the Joomla category system. Nested categories (sub-categories) are supported in JomDirectory. The component comes with a default category named "UNCATEGORIZED", which is the default setting. This category holds listing items that are not attached to any category (same function as the default Joomla system).

To start with creating categories, follow the Categories documentation in the Administrative Guide.