Joomla 3.9.12 Release

Joomla 3.9.12 is now available. This is a security fix release for the 3.x series of Joomla which addresses one security vulnerability and contains over 30 bug fixes and improvements.

What's in 3.9.12?

Joomla 3.9.12 includes one security vulnerability fix and several bugs and improvements, including:

Security Issues Fixed

  • Low Priority - Core - XSS in logo parameter of default templates (affecting Joomla 3.0.0 through 3.9.11) More information »

Bug fixes and Improvements

  • Fix for minyear and maxyear in the calendar #26119
  • Handle Google Font weights and styles in Protostar #25976
  • Fix user session on mssql server #23213
  • Protect SQL servers by adding pause mechanism to cli finder indexer #13502
  • Fix Imagelist custom field default image #26352

Visit GitHub for the full list of bug fixes.


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Found a bug? Report it on the Joomla Issue Tracker.
Questions? See the documentation wiki for FAQ’s regarding the 3.9.12 release.

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Join us for Pizza, Bugs and Fun Oct 19th

Pizza, Bugs and Fun (PBF) is worldwide event that brings together the Joomla! community to document and test future versions of our favorite content management system (CMS). You may be thinking that this event is not for you because you're not a hard core developer, but WAIT! This event is for EVERYONE - newbies, implementers, designers, devel...

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JoomlaDay Chicago Sip'n Social Announced

We invited you to stick around after JoomlaDay Chicago and join us at our Sip'n Social.  It is a great way to get to know the presenters and fellow attendees.  The Sip'n Social will be from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at Exchequer Restaurant and Pub (226 S. Wabash Avenue Chicago, IL 60604), steps away from DePaul University's Loop Campus.We will be ...

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JoomlaDay Chicago 2019 August Update

Time flies... it was not long ago, we just starting to plan for this year's JoomlaDay Chicago event, now were are just 6 short weeks away.  As you may imagine, things are heating up around here. ​ScheduleThe speaker schedule is set and includes a Q&A panel at the end of the day to get your Joomla! questions answered.  The Joomla! Cert...

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Joomla 3.9.11 Release

Joomla 3.9.11 is now available. This is a security fix release for the 3.x series of Joomla which addresses one security vulnerability and contains over 25 bug fixes and improvements. What's in 3.9.11? Joomla 3.9.11 includes one security vulnerability fix and several bugs and improvements, including: Security Issues Fixed Low Priority - Core - Hard...

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Joomla Turns 14!

Did you know that August 14th is Joomla's 14th birthday? To celebrate there is a limited edition 14th birthday design available in the Joomla Shop. The design will only be available until August 31st. Show your support and get your Joomla Gear TODAY! Joomla, an open-source, 100% community supported content management system. With its flexibility, s...

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13 Reasons to Choose Joomla for Your Next Project

We thought this infographic summed things up quite nicely! Thanks JoomDev.



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Important Information Regarding JWC 2019

 After a year without a JWC in 2018, the board were eager to bring together the Joomla! Community with a World Conference in 2019. London was chosen as a venue and the dates were announced for November 2019. Planning for this event was at an advanced stage and tickets were being sold. Then the deadline for Brexit was extended to 31st October 2...

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RSForm!Pro 2.2.4 - Multi File Upload feature, improved usability and functionality

We are happy to announce you our new and improved version of RSForm!Pro. Let's take the main features of the component one by one and talk a little more about each one.

Multi File Upload

Since this was a highly demanded feature by our clients, we decided to include this in the latest version of the component. This feature will allow your users to upload multiple files during their form submission, through a single form field.

Until this version, if you wanted to allow your users to upload multiple files, you had to create a File Upload field for each file that had to be uploaded.

Now, you can easily achieve this by editing your File Upload field, switching to the Attributes tab and setting to "Yes" the "Multiple" option. When this option is enabled, more configuration fields will become visible, such as: Minimum Uploads, Maximum Uploads or Separator option which will allow you to configure the fields as per your needs.

Enclosure and Delimiter options for CSV export

One of the most useful functionalities of RSForm!Pro is that allows exporting the form submissions into CSV format file through Submission Directory menu item.

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Joomla 3.9.10 Release

Joomla 3.9.10 is now available. This is a bug fix release for the 3.x series of Joomla which addresses one bug introduced into 3.9.9, affecting template styles of multilingual web sites.

What's in 3.9.10?

Joomla 3.9.10 is fixing one bug introduced into Joomla 3.9.9 which affects the template styles of multilingual sites and results in lost data.

Please read this JDocs FAQ page to learn more about this issue and its fix.

IMPORTANT information for users who have already updated to 3.9.9 and faced this issue.
Due to a bad sql update, the template style mapping to content languages has been lost. Unfortunately, this is an unrecoverable error.
You must either:

  • Restore the data manually by upgrading to Joomla 3.9.10 and then manually editing each template style and using the "Default" Field to the language required 
  • Or restore a 3.9.8 backup of your sites to recover the data before updating to Joomla 3.9.10.

We would like to take a moment to apologise to our users. 
Whilst we understand that a release which introduces a major bug is always serious - in this case the bug involved actual data lost from sites. This is a red line for us. We are going to go away and look at how we can improve our release and testing strategies and report back to our users when this is complete, detailing how we aim to improve in the future.

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