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Blue Eagle 5 v1.5.3 has been Released (31 Mar 2020)

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Question 2 Kunena forum in one Joomla site

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8 years 6 months ago - 8 years 6 months ago #11 by sozzled

korkunov wrote:

Lintzy wrote: If you want to install two autonomous forums, you'll find an answer in this thread:

www.kunena.com/forum/83-common-questions...um-on-one-site#19701

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Why?

Look at when that message was written; it was written over two years ago! The link to whatever Lintzy was referring to has changed and, no doubt, that topic has been archived, merged or deleted long ago.

Also note the category in which this topic exists - User-written hacks . Please note the advice given at the top of this page:

Please note: The Kunena project team takes NO responsibility for maintaining nor supporting anything in this category.

The meaning of the word forum , as Lintzy used it 2 years ago, has also changed. 2 years ago the word was synonymous with the word category. You can have as many categories as you like. Please read Sections, Categories, sub-categories (part 1) .

In Joomla you can only have one instance of the Kunena forum component installed. If, however, you would like to use that one forum for two completely separate things, you can achieve that by having different Joomla menu items pointing to different sections/categories of your forum. That's what we were discussing in msg #9 above.

However, in the final analysis, you can only have one Kunena forum installed on one Joomla website. The topic has been answered. I am locking this topic to prevent further confusion about things that were written two years ago.
Last edit: 8 years 6 months ago by sozzled.
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