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Kunena 5.0.6 Released (27 Jan 2017)

The Kunena team is pleased to announce Kunena 5.0.6 [K 5.0.6]. This is a maintenance update.
K 5.0.6.1 we have fixed the PHP 5.4 issue.
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Bug CSS warnings: Chris Pederick's Web Developer 1.1.9

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4 years 11 months ago - 4 years 10 months ago #1 by Rockbox
I'm running Kunena 1.7.2 on joomla 2.5.2 and my developers tool si showing a few CSS warnings that I would like to fix, the easiest way possible?
see attached snipe of warnings.
all help is greatly appreciated! thanks.


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4 years 11 months ago #2 by sozzled
You have a fatal error when we try to access the forum topic at www.surfmat.com.au/index.php/forum/2-welcome-mat

Please read HTTP 500 Internal Server Error for more advice on what you need to do.

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4 years 11 months ago - 4 years 11 months ago #3 by Rockbox
I just checked and the site works fine in both ie and firefox.
can anyone else see this error, just deleted the cache and it looks fine to me, baffled
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4 years 11 months ago #4 by CheechDogg
Rockbox what developers tool are you using that gave you the CSS warnings you mentioned above?

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4 years 11 months ago #5 by Rockbox
firefox add-on "web developer 1.1.9"

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4 years 11 months ago #6 by Rockbox
Cheechdogg, do you get a error 500 message? cheers

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4 years 11 months ago #7 by CheechDogg
Hello Rockbox,

No, I do not get the 500 error message at all. I have checked around 10 times and didn't get it once.

As for the css warnings you get on your page , they are nothing to worry about. If you really need to fix those errors you will have to look for the errors in the css file indicated and figure out a way for the developer's tool to not flag them as errors.

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4 years 11 months ago #8 by sozzled
You get a fatal error when you click any Kunena menu tab on that site. Try it.

There's something really wrong here! :dry:

I think we really need to see the Kunena configuration report in this case.

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4 years 11 months ago #9 by Rockbox
what browser are you using? I don't get any errors

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4 years 11 months ago - 4 years 11 months ago #10 by sozzled
We spent about half-an-hour discussing this issue. As it transpired, I kept getting these fatal errors when I browsed your site from one PC but I didn't get them on another one. I think it must have been something in my local browser cache. It doesn't matter and I retract my earlier remarks.

The essential question in this case is how do these errors manifest themselves as far as a normal visitor to your website is concerned? I believe that the answer is that these warning messages will not, in any way, detract from the end-user experience and I think that's what should always be foremost in your mind.

I visited your site today, using Firefox, and I saw nothing that detracted from the "user experience".

Many design tools will flag Javascript or CSS errors and, in most cases, this is fairly "normal". I have not seen too many websites that are immune from these warning messages ... even Microsoft's site! There is such a thing as over-analysis and the Law of Diminishing Returns. If your site was my site, I wouldn't worry about these warnings unless, as I wrote above, they detract from or adversely impact the "end-user experience".

Do these warnings, in your opinion, impact in any way on the end-user experience?
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