What’s new in Drupal 9.2.0?
The second feature release of Drupal 9 helps keep your site even more secure, and comes with increased visitor privacy protection, improved migration tools from Drupal 7, enhancements to the Olivero frontend theme and early support for the WebP image format.
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Security and privacy improvements
Critical security advisories and public service announcements will now be displayed on the status report page and certain administration pages for the site’s administrators. This helps prepare site owners to apply security fixes in a timely manner. For increased privacy protection of your site visitors, Drupal 9.2.0 now blocks Google Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) cookie-less user tracking by default.
Better building blocks out of the box
The Olivero theme, soon to be Drupal’s new default frontend theme, has dozens of major improvements in this release, including a new form design and various accessibility fixes. The built-in Umami demo is now also more
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