The Joomla Training Cohort has been launched!

Please send any feedback or bug reports to (opens new link)  

I've been adding unnecessary steps when I "click and drag upload" files to my Joomla site. This will probably be one of those things that I am the last person to figure out, lol, but watch just in case you are a late bloomer like me!


 - Video demonstrates quicker method for drag and drop uploading in Joomla site.
- Host: Tim Davis, Joomla enthusiast.
- Sponsored by with free site audit and coupon code.
- Current method involves downloading file to a folder and then uploading.
- New method involves left-clicking and dragging downloaded file directly to upload area.
- Demonstrates this method for installing templates/extensions and adding images to articles.
- Works in Chromium-based browsers (Chrome, Brave, Edge) and Firefox.
- Tips for using URL for direct installation, but not applicable in this case.
- Host shares personal experiences and future plans, mentions upcoming projects.
- Audience engagement and interaction, discussing cheese and weather.
- Chuck planning new direction for theater company's website with online education.
- Mention of an old Norwegian cheese called "Gamma Loosed" with a strong smell.
- Participants sharing their experiences and thoughts on the cheese.
- Chuck planning to add online education and social aspects to theater site.
- Video ends with host interacting with viewers and discussing future content plans.

Monday Maintenance 158


😴👌Watch Me Work live streams ►    • Find and Replace ...  

Here are some of the links mentioned in this Live Stream - and some others:

Contact Tim Davis ► This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Joomla Training Cohort ► ►

MigrateMe 4 ►

Stageit for Joomla ►    • First Look at Sta...  

Backing Up Your Joomla Site with Akeeba ►    • How to Backup a J...  

Better Frontend Link ►

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER! ► @basicjoomla

Like Us On FaceBook! ►


Interesting blog? Like it on Facebook, Post it or share this article on other bookmarking websites.

Written by:
Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
Log in to comment

Add comment