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The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 6.2.4 [K 6.2.4] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 4.3.x/4.4.x/5.0.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 6.1 / K 6.2 and issues discovered during the last development stages of K 6.2
If you are having problems then, for your own benefit, it would save us all a lot of time if you would kindly post your configuration report when you ask for help from this forum. If you do not post your configuration report we will not ask you for it but you will probably not get your problem solved, either.
Question how can i remove the number from my url?
here is a link,to show what i mean:
i use latest joomla (3.6) and kunena 5.0.7
i also enabled sef in both joomla kunena,url rewrite etc.....but i see this ugly numbers in my posts....
is there any fix for this?
Some info: I noticed that the URL to this post contains some ID numbers:
Therefore, I conclude that ID numbers are typically placed in URLs by Kunena.
More info: I just had the same problem for Joomla content articles, and I found a solution for just Joomla (not Kunena). However, that solution might give some insight into the solution for Kunena URLs, which contain undesirable ID numbers.
Some Joomla.org forum posts said that article ID numbers appear in the URL when that article has not been attached to a menu as a specific menu item. In Joomla, I got rid of article ID numbers in the URLs by connecting each article to a menu. This was very easily done using the free Joomla extension called "Kazaam!". Joomla Extension directory lists Kazaam! as a paid download, but the author's website has a free version.
More info: Several years ago, I ran a Kunena Forum on Joomla 1.x. The Kunena URLs on my old site did not have ID numbers in the URLs. I verified this by looking at the same Kunena post from back then and from now. One difference between my old and my new Kunena forums was that my old site used the Joomla extension sh404SEF, which has a Kunena plugin. Back then, sh404SEF was free and it created search engine friendly URLS. Now, sh404SEF costs $44 (for one year) and includes SEF URLS, analytics, and security.
Maybe someone has a better or less expensive solution to removing ID numbers from Kunena URLs.
The only solutions is now to use a third party sef component. Until the feature is fully working on joomla itself.
The end result of this setup was that when Kunena created a new URL, Kunena would put ID numbers at the end of the URL. But, on the good side, Kunena could also use the same URL without the ID number. Thus, Kunena could resolve backlinks and URLs that did not contain ID numbers.