What we know after the launch.
- Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.
- Three colours each.
- 6 Pro has telephoto lens.
- Powered by Google Tensor system on a chip (SoC) which can run AI and ML models directly on device, imacting camera, speech recognition, other workloads.
- Material You and Android 12 'colours, camera, form, and what’s on the screen all work together in a single, fluid experience'.
- Speech recognition. Voice commands, Live translate, Captioning and Dictation.
- Hardware security.
- Magic eraser
Availability limited to Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, UK, and USA.
By default Joomla 4 uses the icon assets in
/media/system/images/. These are the Joomla logo formatted for use as a favicon. (Like this: ).
<link href="/media/system/images/joomla-favicon.svg" rel="icon" type="image/svg+xml"> <link href="/media/system/images/favicon.ico" rel="alternate icon" type="image/vnd.microsoft.icon">
Custom Cassiopeia template favicon
There are a couple of ways of getting custom favicons (Like this: ) in your new Joomla 4 site based on the Cassiopeia template
RSS is much maligned but it is a really simple syndication format for news feeds which has been around for decades. It represents an easy way to add freshly updated content to your Joomla site automatically.
Creating an RSS feed in a Joomla 4 site
To create one, in Joomla 4
- Open the Joomla Administrator and log in
- Select Feeds under Components
- Click or tap the 'New' Button
- Provide a title for the feed
- Enter the link and optionally a description
- Save & Close
That's it. Your feed is created. Now you need to make it available on your Joomla site.
You can make it available in a number of formats, by adding a menu item to your Joomla site.
I wanted to make my Joomla sites interactions with Twitter a little bit more engaging. Twitter cards already provide a nice solution for that. Experiments showed me that I got more traffic if they were enabled. So I set about automating it for anyone who tweets a link to my content. Heres how I did it and the code