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Kunena 5.2 Beta 1 Released (24 Sep 2020)

The Kunena team is thrilled to announce the first public beta release of Kunena 5.2, a native Joomla extension for Joomla 3.9. This is a development release and should be only be used for testing; this version is not recommended for live websites at this stage.

The purpose of this release is to encourage testing by downloading, installing and identifying any problems or shortcomings that people may discover. K 5.2.0 B1 is stable and we are aware that people will discover defects. We encourage you to use the forum to report defects, as soon as they are discovered, so that the development team can work through the problems before the release of K 5.1 as a stable product. Reporting defects does not mean that the problems can or will be fixed. The Kunena team is looking forward to hearing your feedback on how well we have achieved our design goals.

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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #1 by ssh
As an SEO strategy, SEO specialists recommend to have related topics links after every article.

Why?
This help to keep visitors in the website for long time and avoid higher bounce rate.
Of course, search engine crawlers works better when internal pages from your website are linked each other

There are a lot of more benefits when using related topics after every article, but my English is not good enough for give extensive explanations and details.

Most of the successful websites around the world already have this option enabled.
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5 years 4 months ago #2 by Josh
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I'm curious as to why you marked this topic as resolved? I see you did this with other suggestion topics with no reply.

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5 years 4 months ago #3 by ssh
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I didn't know that icon means solved.
I always choose that icon because is the most representative icon for new stuff.
but now I know what it really means, I going to try to replace all of them one by one.
no promise.

Thanks for the info.

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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #4 by Josh
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I could see how you would think that. At the end of the url you can see it say "solved" as seen here: www.kunena.org/media/kunena/topicicons/default/user/solved.png

I suggest right clicking the other icons to see what the file name is to better understand what the developers intended them to be. Do note that on our own site's it's what we intend them to be. B)
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5 years 4 months ago #5 by ssh
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Got it.
Thanks

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5 years 4 months ago #6 by sozzled
@chirpas: See the Guide to topic icon usage in the Wiki to help you understand what the different topic icons mean.
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5 years 4 months ago #7 by ssh
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sozzled wrote: @chirpas: See the Guide to topic icon usage in the Wiki to help you understand what the different topic icons mean.

Thanks @sozzled

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5 years 3 months ago #8 by carlat2
THIS IS A MUST!
I don't understand why this is not in Kunena by default.
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5 years 2 weeks ago #9 by sulpher
There is a commercial plugin called Related Topics for Kunena that meet such feature and display list of relevant topics below the first post.

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5 years 2 weeks ago - 5 years 2 weeks ago #10 by sozzled
Yes, but only if the database table is type MyISAM.

There may be performance considerations to be investigated if people change from the more common/typically-used InnoDB type. :unsure:
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