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Kunena 5.2.4 and Blue eagle 1.6.4 released (04 Apr 2021)
The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 5.2.4 [K 5.2.4] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 3.9.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 5.2 and issues discovered during the development stages of K 5.2.4
Blue Eagle 1.6.x requires Kunena 5.2.x to work with, this template isn't designed to works with Bootstrap 3 and Bootstrap 4.
Solved K 3.0.0: "Edit profile" button not working
It was doing the same thing for front-end editing in K2. I simply switched the location of the editor button to get it out from under the tags. (I cannot, for the life of me, find the actual script that makes these changes to disable it, and the developer has been wonderfully unhelpful.)
You can see the issue in the screen shot.
I'm running Kunena 3.0.0, and looking for the file which places the editor button. Any insight? Thanks!
K 3.0.0 has been retired. You should update to K 3.0.1.
Let me make two important points here:
(1) It is not the responsibility of the Kunena project to rectify the problems caused by other Joomla templates. This is the whole point of the article My Joomla site template makes a mess of Kunena which is something you should read.
- you can decide that your Joomla site template is more important than Kunena and use some other discussion forum product that works better with your Joomla site template; or
- you can decide that Kunena is more important than your Joomla site template and use a different, compatible site template or the features that come with the site template that you're using; or
- you can decide that it's worth the effort to diagnose and resolve the problems at your own expense which may involve asking the template developer to fix the source of the problem.
There are costs and consequences involved in all these options.
If you change the Kunena Blue Eagle template source code then you must bear in mind that ever time you upgrade Kunena you will have to make these changes again. Updates to Kunena occur fairly regularly and we know that some people find themselves "stuck", unable to update when it comes time to updating, because they've made lots of custom hacks to the source code.
When you really put your mind to it, how many times do you upgrade a Joomla site template extension?
So, consider the merits - the benefits and the costs - of reapplying the changes you're thinking of making to the Kunena source code.
I'm not exactly sure, myself, because I am not a developer - I'm just a user, like you - and I haven't attempted to hack source code in years because, for my purposes, it's just not worth the effort of maintaining the changes. I'm sure it won't take you a lot of time to search the folder ../components/com_kunena/template/blue_eagle somewhere in there should govern the layout.
If I wanted to adjust the layout of the "User Profile" page in the Blue Eagle template, where would I find that file?
I had switched templates at one point to avoid this issue, in part because it was conflicting with K2 as well, and I hadn't yet found a workaround. But I ended up switching back, because the overall styling is just too complete. I had also been promised an update from the developer; he never followed through though.
Thanks! And if anyone else knows the file location, it would certainly save some poking around.
... nothing is impossible, but every decision you make [to achieve what's possible] has a cost
When you write "K2" you mean K2 , don't you?
If you are talking about Kunena version 2.0, we prefer the less-ambiguous abbreviation "K 2.0".
Rockettheme templates had a similar issue to this. Older Rockettheme templates had an option called Build Title Spans (which you could turn on or off) but even Rockettheme acknowledged that this caused problems and advised people using their templates with Kunena to turn off the feature and that future Rockettheme templates would not ship with this feature.
You are aware of the costs, the risks and the consequences. Good luck in your search.
<h2><span class="k-name"><?php echo JText::_('COM_KUNENA_USER_PROFILE'); ?> <?php echo $this->escape($this->name); ?></span></h2> <?php if (!empty($this->editlink)) echo '<span class="kheadbtn kright">'.$this->editlink.'</span>';?>
If your template's "title_span" feature was anything like mine, it grabbed the h2 tag. Using this quick fix freed up the link.
Of course, as sozzled has noted, any template updates will force you to remake this change.
Every update - every new version release - of Kunena will require these changes to be reapplied.
The way to prevent having to reapply changes is to create your own Kunena template. Creating a new Kunena template is beyond the scope of this forum.
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