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Joomla 4.1 is out and in this video we take a first look at it!



- The video is a first look at Joomla 4.1 on YouTube.
- The presenter is Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast.
- Tim mentions this is his 150th video on basic Joomla tutorials.
- He thanks his viewers for their support.
- Tim mentions his availability for Joomla site work and sponsorship from
- He talks about the release of Joomla 4.1 and Joomla 3.10.6.
- Tim discusses a change in his camera setup.
- He addresses viewer comments about browser choices (Brave, Vivaldi) and mentions a potential collaboration with Opera browser.
- Tim discusses the importance of doing as much as possible with the Joomla core.
- He talks about the new features in Joomla 4.1, focusing on syntax highlighting in the code editor.
- Tim demonstrates how syntax highlighting makes it easier to work with HTML and CSS in the code view.
- He mentions the challenges of editing image classes in the Joomla editor and highlights the benefit of using the code view for such tasks.
- A viewer named Mary comments on the confusion caused by changes in the CMS content button in the editor. Tim agrees with her and discusses the issue.
- Tim briefly mentions JCE Editor as an alternative with better features.
- He expresses frustration with the difficulty of inserting images using URLs in the Joomla editor.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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