Table of Contents

Package Information package contains 3 folders:


Main Component installation .zip file ( ) Please note : 1.0.0 is version data and it may change


  • Web Push Notifications Subscriber Plugin,
  • Web Push Notifications Content Plugin, plg_​
  • web Push Notifications Editor-xtd Plugin, plg_​

Please note : 1.0.0 is version data and it may change

Upload Files

This files are necessary if your site is https:

  • manifest.json
  • OneSignalSDKUpdaterWorker.js
  • OneSignalSDKWorker.js


Install component and plugins ​separately using ​the joomla installer.

After the installation of each extension, you will get a ​success message.

Enabling HTTPS Support

If your site is https, you must upload 3 files to the top-level of your site directory.

Open upload-files folder and you will see 3 files :

Upload the files to the top-level root of your site directory.

The following URLs should be publicly accessible:

Editing manifest.json file.

Open manifest.json file with an editor.

Change name and short_name (you can find them at web push auto components apps section, click on to the app image and in the opening app details page, you will see the site name, see below image for details).

DO NOT CHANGE​ gcm_sender_id

Enabling all Plugins

Use the Plugin Manager to enable all Web Push plugins.

Select Extensions -> Plugins from the administration menu.

Enable the plugins Content - Web Push Auto, Button - Web Push Auto and System - Web Push Subscriber.


Component Dashboard & Detailed User Guide

You can find the component in the Components menu.


In-component support section

Registering OneSignal with Web Push Auto

You will need to use the OneSignal User Auth Key to integrate OneSignal with your Joomla site. You can find this via the OneSignal Dashboard.

If successfully registered, Web Push Auto will retrieve your OneSignal details.

Once registered, Web Push Auto will retrieve your OneSignal registered apps.

You will now need to register your REST API key. Click on Users from the left menu and enter the REST API key from OneSignal.

Subscribing to your OneSignal app

Finally, you will need to subscribe to your OneSignal app so that OneSignal is able to push messages to your users via your web site.

From the top menu, select Extensions -> Plugins.

Select the plugin System - Web Push Subscriber.

Select the Push Settings tab.

Use the app id, which is available from the Web Push Auto component's apps.

Save and Close.


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