The Joomla! Project is pleased to announce the bug fix release of Joomla 4.3.4
This release continues Joomla 4’s high standards in accessible web design, highlighting Joomla's values of inclusiveness, simplicity and security into an even more powerful open-source web platform.
Bug fixes and Improvements with 4.3.4
- Archived articles's page is not fully accessible
- Wrong language strings for table column title for the list
- Color field is missing the onchange attribute (advanced layout)
- reintroduce lost access for ACL changes
- Asset validation for child templates is brokens
- Empty filter for workflow stage in the featured articles (missing context)
- Authorization header fix
- Error on PHP 8 for field groups
- Notice when the plugin is disabled
- Fix error page rendering with unclosed Output buffers
- Fix Chinese tokenisation
- filter CSS classes validation missing for some fields (warning if people are using the menu icon field for other than classes)
The full list on GitHub is here https://github.com/joomla/joomla-cms/milestone/108?closed=1
Where can I download Joomla 4.3.4?
On the Downloads site, of course :)
Where can I find documentation about Joomla 4?
Joomla 4.3 documentation can be found here: https://docs.joomla.org/Help4.3:Help_screens
There are some tutorials to help you with Joomla 4. You can find the existing ones, like creating a Plugin or a Module for Joomla 4, namespaces conventions, prepared statements, using the new web asset classes and many more in https://docs.joomla.org/Category:Joomla!_4.x
We encourage developers to help write the documentation about Joomla 4 on docs.joomla.org to help and guide users and other extension developers.
A JDocs page will help developers to see the existing documentation and the documentation still needed.
We invite you to check it regularly, update it and provide the missing content: https://docs.joomla.org/JDOC:Joomla_4_Tutorials_Project
Most of the feature documentation is now needed as we have reached the release candidate stage.
Should I plan to upgrade to Joomla 4.3?
Joomla 4.x is Joomla’s latest major version. Joomla 4.3 is the latest minor version.
Joomla 3.10 was released alongside Joomla 4 as the last minor release of Joomla 3 (see this article).
You should be in the process of migrating to the latest version of Joomla.
We provide resources to help with the migration on the documentation site.
Make some noise. Joomla 4.3 is out!
We released the best Joomla yet. Let’s tell the world!
Get the message out about the great new features using the hashtag #Joomla4 and #Joomla4All.
J4 Brochure: https://joom.la/J4brochure
J4 Documentation: https://docs.joomla.org/J4.x:Getting_Started_with_Joomla!
Who is Joomla! For?
Do you need to make a website? For personal use, your work, a charity, not for profit. Perhaps a university, or local government, then Joomla is for you.
A web agency needs a well-supported framework that can grow as your clients' needs grow. Then Joomla is for you.
Written by volunteers from every sector, it's used all over the internet for all kinds of projects: from blogs and intranets to national government sites. From small shops to world-leading brand sites, Joomla is capable of growing to fit your needs.
Joomla’s power comes from its ever-evolving code base, keeping up with best practices, but also from its large ecosystem of developers who see opportunities in the market and fill those gaps with good software designed to meet real-world needs.
Joomla 4.3 is the latest in a world-class CMS that allows you to start your website knowing it can grow with your needs and scale with your customers.
All this, and Joomla 4 is free to use and open-source software.
What are you waiting for? Install today and grow your future.
How can you help Joomla development?
There are a variety of ways in which you can get actively involved with Joomla. It doesn't matter if you are a coder, an integrator, or a user of Joomla. You can contact any of our volunteer engagement team to get more information, or if you are ready, you can jump right into the Joomla! Bug Squad.
The Joomla! Bug Squad and the CMS Release Team are some of the most active teams in the CMS development process and are always looking for people (not just developers) that can help with sorting bug reports, coding patches and testing solutions. A great way to increase your working knowledge of the Joomla code base and also a great way to meet new people from all around the world.
If you are interested, please read about them here Joomla! Wiki and, if you wish to join, email
The Project also wants to thank all the contributors who have taken the time to prepare and submit work to be included in the Joomla CMS and Framework.
A Huge Thank You to Our Volunteers!
Joomla 4.3 is the result of thousands of hours of work by lots of volunteers.
A Huge Thank You goes out to everyone that contributed to the 4.3 release!
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