b2evolution CMS is no longer actively developed (Read more…).
We only fix security issues when discovered on the 7.2.x-stable branch. We do not maintain older or newer (development) branches.
We will not maintain forever…
We strongly encourage those who are continuing to use the software to fork the project and continue development on their own.
This first feature release of Drupal 10 is packed with amazing improvements! It makes customizing the look of your site easier, adds support for decoupled navigation, improves content modeling and editing, block management, performance and many more.
Twig template debugging and render caching settings are now exposed on an easy to use admin page. Plus the new add_class and set_attribute Twig filters were introduced to make markup manipulation easier.
Drupal is widely used as a building block in fully integrated decoupled applications. To make this even easier Drupal 10.1.0 has new APIs for retrieving menus configured in Drupal using the Linkset standard. This makes it easy for developers to provide non-developers the option to manage their menus!
Drupal 10.1 comes with various CKEditor improvements including an autoformat feature that recognizes when you are typing a list or a header and automatically formats it accordingly.
CKEditor 5 automatic formatting
For source code examples, the available language options are now customizable in the editor configuration.
Drupal 10.1 revamps the user interface to reuse existing fields to help site builders with making informed decisions when creating content models. When reusing an existing field, the field settings are now copied from the pre-existing field settings.
Improved field reuse experience
Text fields can now enforce a specific text format, making the user interface for content editors simpler.
Bulk operation forms now use a floating action bar to reduce the amount of space used when not needed, while still enabling an easy application of actions on multiple selected content items without the need to scroll.
New floating bulk operations bar at the bottom
A unified entity revision editing experience was added. This makes prior versions of content easier to manage regardless of whether they are in content blocks or nodes or other entities. This also makes it easy for developers to provide an experience that is inline with Drupal core for managing revisions in custom entity types.
From Drupal 10.1, you can now create custom blocks directly under Structure in the administrative interface. More granular permissions allow granting block management per type and revisions to block content can be reviewed and rolled back.
Adding administrative listings is now easier with a new option in Views to allow creating pages that use the administration theme regardless of their path.
BigPipe is a feature in Drupal that allows browsers to load some dynamic parts of the page after an initial page is loaded, which helps users receive information faster. From Drupal 10.1 BigPipe supports serving interface previews for delayed content, which makes the user experience much smoother with less page reflows.
BigPipe with a comment placeholder element reduces page reflows
Responsive images can now be lazy loaded with properly set width and height values for accuracy and oEmbed content can also be configured to be lazy loaded, not holding up the initial page load.
The request type used for making AJAX requests can be configured allowing certain dynamic requests to be cached using render and edge caching capabilities, enabling faster response times. Views AJAX pagers and filters are now utilizing this feature out of the box.
An elapsed time formatter was added that calculates the duration on the frontend and can be fully cached, significantly improving accuracy for end users as well as cache hit rates.
A new experimental Announcements module was added to Drupal core. This allows site administrators to get important announcements from the Drupal project on their Drupal site.
Drupal Nightwatch tests now include Axe Core accessibility scans. These scans check common pages and forms to help make sure core does not regress our accessibility achievements.
Drupal 10.1 is also the first feature release since Drupal was approved as a Digital Public Good (DPG) by the Digital Public Good Alliance (DPGA). The goal of the DPGA is to promote Digital Public Goods in order to create a more equitable world and help attain the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. DPGs represent an opportunity to enable countries to access cutting edge features, drive their own digital transformation processes, and grow their local ecosystems. As open source solutions, DPGs can be the basis for community building, knowledge sharing, and joint approaches.
Here is a list of the latest plugins to receive updates since the release of Geeklog v2.2.2. Some of these plugins will require this version.
Please note, we will continue to add to this list as plugins are released.
Here is a list of updated plugins expected to be release in the next few months:
These updated plugins support PHP 8.1 and also contain new features and bug fixes as well. Please visit the download page of the specific plugin to find out more information. The plugins above can also be found on Github in our Geeklog Plugins Repository.
For a list of plugins that where updated after Geeklog 2.2.1sr1 was released back in April 18 2020, please see the article titled: Geeklog Plugins that Support v2.2.1.
All of these older plugins will work with Geeklog v2.2.2 as well.
Developers if you have a plugin which supports Geeklog v2.2.2 which has not been included in the list above please comment on this article to give us more information, and we will add it in. Remember you can also submit an article (and upload the file) about your plugin and after review (and editing if required) we will post it on Geeklog.net.
Joomla 3.9.26 is now available. This is a security release for the 3.x series of Joomla which addresses 2 security vulnerabilities and contains more than 30 bug fixes and improvements.