Did you ever make changes to your template file(s), only to discover that everything you changed was gone with the next update? Then we have good news for you: starting with Joomla 4.1, this has become history! With the option to create child templates added to the core, you can make changes that last. This article explains how it works.
Joomla 3 has been around for a long time. It is easy to forget how successful the series has become and how much it has evolved over the course of the minor versions.
As it approaches its final year as a mature, stable version of Joomla, it is about to enter its security support phase.
Following on from last month's article about security, passwords, and Joomla’s WebAuthn plugin this month, we’re going to look at another Joomla security feature that launched with J4. That is the HTTP Headers plugin which is now included as part of Joomla’s core functions.
We all know, or at least have heard or read somewhere, that websites need to be accessible for everyone. But what does that mean, and what can you do to make your website fully accessible? Julian White, who experiences accessibility issues on a daily basis, explains the basics for the Joomla Community Magazine
"Hey! There’s going to be a Joomla User Group right here in this neighborhood," my partner Hilda said. "The first meeting is next week. You are going to attend." No way was I going to attend. The whole idea of going there didn’t appeal to me at all. So I said: "Nah, I don’t know. This is for people who know much more about Joomla than I do. Not for me."
The Joomla! Community Portal event listing is a great place to share your Joomla and Joomla-Related event.
User Group meetings, JoomlaDay event, JoomlaCamp event, or a Joomla Roundtable are just a few of the types of events perfect for the community portal. Below are 6 tips to help get your event listed.
Perhaps almost all Joomla users have at least once visited the Joomla Extensions Directory (JED). The place where you can search for any Joomla extension. And the team behind the JED are working hard to make sure the extensions are available. Come and learn what the team roles are and how they do it in this new article of Meet the team series.
Ever heard somebody say "there is no I in team"? It's a sports expression managers like to use to imply that the best way to achieve your goals is to set your individual needs aside and come together as a team to accomplish great things. That may all very well be true, but when you think about it, you'll find every successful team has a few I's in it. Ideally at least six. Are you in one of Joomla's teams? Then read further and find out if your team has all the I's dotted!
Have you noticed there’s a new Web Authentication button on the new Joomla 4 login screens?
It's there because of Joomla’s new WebAuthn API that allows secure logins with a FIDO certified key. So, let's take a dive into passwords, security, and WebAuthn, and find out how to activate it on your user account in Joomla 4.
Joomla was one of the winners of the CloudFest Hackaton with its TUF Project.
Elisa Foltyn shared with our readers some notes about the hackaton initiative.
Last month, I've read the awesome Astrid's blog post about what it means to be part of a global community, specifically the Joomla community. Being part of a global community is a huge topic and I'm not sure to have the answer, but I will do my very best to share my point of view in echo to Astrid's one ;)
Do you have another point of view after reading? Don't hesitate to write and post it next month in echo to Astrid's and mine!
Joomla did it for the 14th time! We are proud to announce that our application as a mentoring organisation for the 2022 Google Summer of Code™ program (GSoC) has been accepted with our individual entry here!
Did you ever feel like you’re the only Joomla user in the village, and wish you could meet Joomlers in your neighborhood? You might join a Joomla User Group, and if there isn’t one where you live, create one. Joomla has people who can help you find, run or create a Joomla User Group. They’re called - you could have guessed it - the Joomla User Groups Team, and they’re here for you. This month the JCM has the pleasure to meet four of them!