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Kunena 5.2.10.1 released (29 Sep 2022)

The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 5.2.10.1 [K 5.2.10.1] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 3.10.x This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 5.2 and issues discovered during the development stages of K 5.2.9

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9 years 4 months ago #11 by Daviciacus
@ Smirnov - yes that kind of color codes, they are commonly used in CSS files.

The color codes I know. I just don't know what CSS code in general I need to add to my Joomla template, in order to change the way my forums look.

Does nobody have some basic/standard CSS code for Kunena that I can add to my Joomla template? Or tell me which code I need to copy over from the Kunena template?
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9 years 4 months ago #12 by Daviciacus
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9 years 4 months ago #13 by skybax
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9 years 3 months ago #14 by jdtoppin

Daviciacus wrote: @ Smirnov - yes that kind of color codes, they are commonly used in CSS files.

The color codes I know. I just don't know what CSS code in general I need to add to my Joomla template, in order to change the way my forums look.

Does nobody have some basic/standard CSS code for Kunena that I can add to my Joomla template? Or tell me which code I need to copy over from the Kunena template?

What browser are you using?

If you use Chrome, you can start with right clicking on the element that you want to change and looking on the right hand side of the screen to see what the element is called. You can change the CSS code on the right hand side, which will change what you see on the screen live. Remember that once you navigate away from the page that the changes will disappear. Any overrides should be placed in your site's template file.

So if you wanted to change a row, you would add this to your template.css file:
#Kunena tr.krow1:hover td {
background-color: rgba(105, 7, 7, 0.63);
transition: background .2s ease-in-out;
-moz-transition: background .2s ease-in-out;
-webkit-transition: background .2s ease-in-out;
-o-transition: background .2s ease-in-out;
}

A lot of CSS is playing around and trying new things. I prefer Chrome, others prefer Firefox/Firebug. Up to you as to what you use/like.
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9 years 3 months ago #15 by Daviciacus
Thanks for the help. Meanwhile my site is already live so I managed to figure it out after some trial & error.

Because I didn't want extensive template changes, only different colors more fitting with my template, I added this CSS code to my Joomla template to give the forums a green look... perhaps it will also be useful for others:
#Kunena a:link,
#Kunena a:visited,
#Kunena a:active,
#Kunena a:focus { color: #005500 !important; background-color:transparent !important;}
 
 
#Kunena a:hover { color: #002200 !important; background-color:transparent !important; }
 
 
/* Block styling
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
 
#Kunena div.kblock {
border-bottom-color:#003300;
background-color: #eeffcd;
}
#Kunena .kblock div.kheader {
background: #72854d !important;
border-bottom-color:#444f30;
color: #FFFFFF;
}
#Kunena .kheader h2,
#Kunena .kheader h2 a {
color: #FFFFFF !important;
}
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9 years 3 months ago #16 by sozzled
Thank you, Daviciacus, for your update.

This topic began over a month ago with the question, "Which CSS files handle template colours?" and there was much initial disagreement when I (and others) advised that people need to modify their Joomla site template CSS if people wanted to change the colours of Kunena.

Today we see that you have successfully applied this advice to your own circumstances. This concludes the discussion that we began over four weeks ago and the topic can be now closed. Of course some people may disagree with the approach that we've advocated, the approach that you, Daviciacus, and hundreds (if not thousands) of others have successfully used. There will be some people who think that they should modify the CSS file(s) that are supplied with Kunena. Well, we can't convince everyone, can we, that our advice is the most sensible advice.

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