One of the exciting new features of Joomla 4 is Workflows. The Joomla 4 workflow is designed for adjusting the publishing sequence for articles to include more aspects like publishing steps (think draft > editing > published) or access control for transitions (think author, editor, publisher).
During the Virtual JUG, Tim will take it one step further and combine with the power of custom fields to build a simple practical application using only core Joomla 4, with workflow to show how the new feature can be implemented for something different to a blog.
At this year's JoomlaDay Australia held in Brisbane on 3-4th August Tim presented on a new feature in Joomla 4 which is workflow. The Joomla 4 workflow is designed for adjusting the publishing sequence for articles, however Tim took it one step further and combined with the power of custom fields to build a simple application using only core Joomla.
I'd like to introduce you to Jambo, the "unofficial" Joomla mascot.
JoomlaDay Australia 2019 will be held in Brisbane on 3-4 August 2019. It is the only Joomla conference in Australia this year, and we'll be having people from all over Australia (plus a few international guests) all getting to gether to share Joomla knowledge. It's a great opportunity for networking and meeting other Joomla enthusiasts. For more information and to buy your ticket, check out https://joomladay.org.au/
This month at Joomla User Group Sydney we to took a look at what you can do to fix your site if it does get hacked. While Joomla security is pretty good, sometimes a site gets hacked, and it's good to know what you can do to fix it, and how you can harden the security on your site to prevent it from happening again.
Here is the video