abrodski - 6:19 pm on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)
What exactly is a recursive permission? I don't have a clue...
But no, you didn't get it! Totally opposite, actually!
I'm not silly to do that on a FRONT END of Joomla. I mean where the site's visitors will wander. I was referring to the BACK END where I enter my admin credentials to login. "Normal" visitors don't even know that URL to begin with.
Well, even if they knew...They wouldn't get an access cos' it's an IP address sensitive so to speak. They would get 403 error. And even if they can bypass that IP protection they still won't know the RIGHT URL. Because it's somewhat different from a regular Joomla www.mysite.com/administrator login back end URL. AND it's password-protected as well, even if I told them the correct URL to login. And then, of course, we have a regular Joomla back end login. So I guess someone has to be very persistent and knowledgable to see that warning.