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In this video we look at an extension from AltiDigi which gives you a proper functioning "save" button when editing articles in the front end of Joomla. The same extensions also ads a "save and close" button.



  • The video is an introduction to a Joomla extension called "Frontend Edit Buttons."
    - The extension adds buttons for saving, saving and closing, and saving as a copy when editing articles in the frontend of Joomla, similar to the backend.
    - The video is hosted by Tim Davis on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
    - The extension is developed by Alexander Elysee and Tim Davis for Joomla.
    - They have a website called "" where you can find the extension.
    - There's a discount for the extension until the end of the month (19 dollars, later 29 dollars).
    - The video demonstrates how to install and enable the extension.
    - It shows how to create a menu item that uses Frontend Edit Buttons for editing.
    - It explains that the extension only provides buttons and does not affect access control permissions.
    - The video demonstrates how to create, save, save and close, and save as copy articles in the frontend.
    - It mentions that the extension works for Joomla 3 and Joomla 4 release candidate 5.
    - The developers are considering implementing an update server for the extension in the future.

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