Installing Kunena 5.x template

Kunena template includes the following items in distributive package (on example of RND Kglorious):

  • j_glorious_ver_1.0.0.zip - Joomla template
  • k_glorious_ver_1.0.0.zip - Kunena template
  • q_glorious_ver_1.0.0.zip - Quickstart

The j_ prefix indicates this template for Joomla, the k_ means the template for Kunena and q_ means it is a quickstart.

If you want to get the same result as on demo, you have to install both Joomla and Kunena templates, then make them default and configure the templates. Read the tutorial:

1. Installing the Kunena template

The template can be installed via Kunena back-end interface. To do this, follow this simple tutorial:

  • Log in to the Administration Panel
  • Proceed to Components > Kunena Forum > Templates
  • Click on New Template and select Kunena template installation package on your storage.
  • After the successful installation a new template name will be appeared in the list of templates.
  • Make new template as default.

Kunena template installation in screenshots:

Installing the Kunena template
Step 1: Proceed to Kunena Templates

Click on new template
Step 2: Click on new template

Select Kunena template to install
Step 3: Select Kunena template to install

Set new template as default
Step 4: Set new template as default

Be sure you have selected template for Kunena with _k prefix during the installation.

After uploading, your new template will be accessible in Kunena Template Manager rotation. Now you just have to make it default and it will be used to shape all your forums.

Well, Kunena template has been installed. Now it’s time to set up the template for Joomla that comes as part of distribution package.

2. Installing Joomla template

Each our Kunena template comes with Joomla template which is recommended to install to get full design. The Joomla template can be installed as a typical Joomla extension and here is simple tutorial:

  • Log in to the Administration Panel
  • Go to Extensions > Manage > Install and upload the package
  • Proceed to Extensions > Templates and make new uploaded template as default

Joomla template installation in screenshots:

Installing Joomla template
Step 1: Install Joomla template

Set the new template as default
Set the new template as default

Video tutorial:

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