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Is there a way to use an SVG image in Cassiopeia

I don't know if you figure it out yet. Hopefully you did, But just in case for other to want the answer. In Joomla 4 you have tod, in the media manager add "svg" to supported file extensions ...
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Setting template color scheme

I tend to use the default Joomla! template for all my sites (admittedly not commercial sites but NFPs/charities) and I enhance the basic Cassiopeia with a variety of extra colours. In the ...
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Joomla 4 - Cassiopeia index.php override

OK, I figured out it wasn't reflecting my changes because I didnt assign the child template to the main menu in template styles.
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Reinstall template

To remove the Template from the data base you need to use an editor such as phpMyAdmin that is normally accessible via your hosting control panel, eg cPanel. The table you are looking for is <...
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Cassiopeia hamburger menu doesnt collapse

I had included the Bootstrap dist JS file not realising and it was messing with this functionality. I removed the line and all was well.
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Is there a way to use an SVG image in Cassiopeia

The media manager does not handle svg images by default and they do carry security issues. You can upload an svg to your images folder by some other method and then you can use the image url with the ...
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