Kunena 6.3.2 released

The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 6.3.2 [K 6.3.2] in stable which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 4.4.x/5.0.x/5.1.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 6.2 / K 6.3 and issues discovered during the last development stages of K 6.3
Note: Please go to the Kunena Dashboard after an upgrade so that the Kunena database tables are also updated.

Question [Merged topic]The great Mootools/Javascript conflict discussion

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13 years 10 months ago - 13 years 10 months ago #11 by John
On my testserver, I have a small problem, when opening my Profile, I can see the edit link jump to the left. Now the link doesn't work anymore.

When I install standard Joomla template the edit Profile link is on the right and clickable. I have tried to find the right part of CSS to give it the !important tag but can't find it?

A bit help would be very appreciated!
Last edit: 13 years 10 months ago by John. Reason: Not a CSS problem but Mootools/Fusion
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13 years 10 months ago #12 by Cerberus
kunena.forum.css ( line 104 )
Code:
#Kunena .kright { text-align:right; }
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13 years 10 months ago - 13 years 10 months ago #13 by John
Thank you, found it, but it is still jumping to the right :angry:
Code:
#Kunena .kright {text-align:right!important;}

Link to the test server: www.pickyourfish.com
Last edit: 13 years 10 months ago by John. Reason: added link
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13 years 10 months ago #14 by sozzled
The main issue with problem with Cascading Style Sheets is ... well ... they're "cascading". :huh:

This article helps to explain how the !important declarative works (and why it may not always work, too).

Things aren't always apparent in Joomla, eother. Recently we had an interesting internal discussion about the problems with Kunena and Joomla site templates. I'd like to share with you some of my views on the subject:

As you know, when you run Joomla extensions (components, modules, plugins, languages and site templates) and you have specialised CSS rules for each of these ... the last CSS that's used is the site template. Therefore, if you're running a Kunena forum it may not matter what CSS rules you have in place because your site template is applied last and any CSS in that may override the Kunena template.

This has been a continuing issue among the community and we've received many questions about why the K templates don't seem to be working properly only to find out that there is something in user's site template that's causing the CSS "conflict". In order to fix these problems users may have to add the !important qualify to their K template - no guarantee it will always work - or they have to modify their Joomla site template. As you also know, some J! template developers use some "clever" techniques and solving this issues isn't always easy.


In summary, even if you use the !important declarative in your Kunena CSS, if you have another similar rule in your site template (also with the !important declarative) the site template will always override whatever you've used in the Kunena CSS.

However that's also not the end of the discussion, either. If you've made your own customisations to K 1.6, by changing your Kunena template file kunena.forum.css, they won't have any effect unless you've "minified" that file. In other words, by default, Kunena uses the file kunena.forum-min.css. You can change this in one of two ways:
  1. Minify the file kunena.forum.css (see fxstein's posting on the subject) and store the minified file in your Kunena template folder; or
  2. Run your forum with Kunena debug mode enabled - this forces the use of the plain text version.
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13 years 10 months ago #15 by John
- Ok, I've minified the Kunena CSS

(nice detail in Kunena: first design readable CSS, then minify and use both so you can change readable CSS later on)

- debug mode is on, i get a lot of UDDEIM notices(?) but nothing usefull on the CSS override

I'll ask this question in Rockkettheme forum as well...after all, they are causing the override ;)
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13 years 10 months ago - 13 years 10 months ago #16 by Cerberus

John wrote: Thank you, found it, but it is still jumping to the right :angry:

Code:
#Kunena .kright {text-align:right!important;}

Link to the test server: www.pickyourfish.com


pm me a login and will see what i can do..

John wrote: - Ok, I've minified the Kunena CSS

(nice detail in Kunena: first design readable CSS, then minify and use both so you can change readable CSS later on)

- debug mode is on, i get a lot of UDDEIM notices(?) but nothing usefull on the CSS override

I'll ask this question in Rockkettheme forum as well...after all, they are causing the override ;)


must be uddleim v2.0+ or you will get errors..
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13 years 10 months ago #17 by John
Your the best :kiss:

Sent a PM with login.

PS I am using uddleim 2.0???
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13 years 10 months ago - 13 years 10 months ago #18 by Cerberus
hmm thats very odd seem like teh actual PHP fiel for the profile is being broken not just and override on the CSS try extracting teh profile.php file from the package and reuploading it to your site.

and maybe try using the default joomla template see if it still happens.+

is pm intergration set to = auto or set to uddleim ???? must be set to Uddleim, as auto detect has some issues
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13 years 10 months ago - 13 years 10 months ago #19 by John
It was set to auto, now to uddleim. Much better now, just one report left:

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /var/www/vhosts/pickyourfish.com/httpdocs/includes/router.php on line 449

When using the default template, the profile is working!
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13 years 10 months ago - 13 years 10 months ago #20 by Cerberus
i dont see that error myself ( on my site ) but im guessing ( sry rocketthemes ) its a clash with the rockettheme joomla template.


yep found it Mootools.js ( joomlas javascript plugin ) and Fusion.js ( rocketthemes javascript plugin ) are conflicting
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