Joomla! Help Support Warrington Cheshire Manchester Merseyside UKRelease date: 22 February 2024.

JCE 2.9.62 is the latest release of this excellent content editor extension for the Joomla! CMS.

It is a Bug Fix release.

This version is compatible with Joomla! 4 and 5 and PHP 8.1.

Read more: JCE Content Editor Release Notes.

 

Heads Up

Don't be put off by recent Security Releases. They show the developer is actively developing their extension.

The extension to worry about is the one which is not in active development.

In its Release Notes for JCE 2.9.52, the developer stated that it included:

  • a fix for a mutation cross-site scripting (mXSS) vulnerability via our friends at Tinymce.

Read more: Announcement by JCE Developer of 2.9.52 Security Fix.

In its Release Notes for JCE 2.9.51, the developer stated that it included:

  • improved validation of plugin requests to prevent potential Local File Inclusion exploits.

Read more: Announcement by JCE Developer of 2.9.51 Security Fix.

 

Useful JCE Content Editor Information 

Before using JCE we recommend you check out the developer's web page detailing server requirements and more for the best experience using their excellent extension.

Read more: JCE Resource Requirements.

Visit the following link to make use of some really useful video tutorials at the developer's website.

Read more: JCE Editor Tutorials.

Reason: to improve performance when using the JCE Content Editor with images.

Read the developer's tutorial at the link below.

Quote:

"Image processing on your server is usually done by one of two PHP extensions - GD2 or IMagick. The latter is preferred, as it is more efficient, consumes less memory and is therefore better at processing large images. GD2 will always remove EXIF data from a resized image, regardless of the Remove EXIF Data option. You can check if IMagick is available on your site in System -> System Information -> PHP Information. Speak to your host if you do not see it listed." Source: JCE.

Read more: Optimizing Images on Upload.

Back up before updating any 3rd party Joomla! extension

Any update can break your website.

Perform a full backup of your website (database and files) before installing any update.

Read more: How to back up your website.

Read more: How to manage 3rd party extensions.

 

Make Joomla! CMS Security your #1 Priority

Joomla! Help Support Warrington Cheshire Manchester Merseyside UKWe offer Joomla! coaching, help and support to businesses and organisations across Cheshire, Manchester, Merseyside, North West England & the UK.

Learn how to manage Joomla! website security.

Joomla! Help Support Warrington Cheshire Manchester Merseyside UKRelease date: 22 February 2024.

JCE 2.9.62 is the latest release of this excellent content editor extension for the Joomla! CMS.

It is a Bug Fix release.

This version is compatible with Joomla! 4 and 5 and PHP 8.1.

Read more: JCE Content Editor Release Notes.

 

Heads Up

Don't be put off by recent Security Releases. They show the developer is actively developing their extension.

The extension to worry about is the one which is not in active development.

In its Release Notes for JCE 2.9.52, the developer stated that it included:

  • a fix for a mutation cross-site scripting (mXSS) vulnerability via our friends at Tinymce.

Read more: Announcement by JCE Developer of 2.9.52 Security Fix.

In its Release Notes for JCE 2.9.51, the developer stated that it included:

  • improved validation of plugin requests to prevent potential Local File Inclusion exploits.

Read more: Announcement by JCE Developer of 2.9.51 Security Fix.

 

Useful JCE Content Editor Information 

Before using JCE we recommend you check out the developer's web page detailing server requirements and more for the best experience using their excellent extension.

Read more: JCE Resource Requirements.

Visit the following link to make use of some really useful video tutorials at the developer's website.

Read more: JCE Editor Tutorials.

Reason: to improve performance when using the JCE Content Editor with images.

Read the developer's tutorial at the link below.

Quote:

"Image processing on your server is usually done by one of two PHP extensions - GD2 or IMagick. The latter is preferred, as it is more efficient, consumes less memory and is therefore better at processing large images. GD2 will always remove EXIF data from a resized image, regardless of the Remove EXIF Data option. You can check if IMagick is available on your site in System -> System Information -> PHP Information. Speak to your host if you do not see it listed." Source: JCE.

Read more: Optimizing Images on Upload.

Back up before updating any 3rd party Joomla! extension

Any update can break your website.

Perform a full backup of your website (database and files) before installing any update.

Read more: How to back up your website.

Read more: How to manage 3rd party extensions.

 

Make Joomla! CMS Security your #1 Priority

Joomla! Help Support Warrington Cheshire Manchester Merseyside UKWe offer Joomla! coaching, help and support to businesses and organisations across Cheshire, Manchester, Merseyside, North West England & the UK.

Learn how to manage Joomla! website security.