K2 v2.8.0 is now available to download for Joomla 1.5 to 3.x. This release improves the content management workflow and UI, is fully compatible with PHP 7.x and the latest Joomla 3.7.x, while at the same time addressing various issues from performance to UI, to bug fixes and security.
Start your update engines! K2 v2.7.0 is now available to download for Joomla 1.5 to 3.x. With a new improved user interface for the component in the Joomla backend, updated and now responsive-friendly default HTML overrides, Joomla 3.5 support, PHP 7 support and a gazillion under-the-hood improvements and fixes.
As we're preparing to launch K2 version 3 as well as the new website for getk2.org, we have decided to make an important change in the K2 Extensions Directory (KED).
Starting from March 2016, the KED will no longer accept new submissions for templates that support K2. Instead we plan on revamping that section (with the launch of the new getk2.org website) and only list the providers of K2 supporting Joomla templates in a one-page grid based directory. Here's why we're doing this...
It's been a while, I know. You see, Joomla is not the only organization undergoing changes. So are we :)
Part of this change is the introduction of new awesome products for Joomla including new templates, the expansion to WordPress plugins (late 2015), the introduction of a new premium performance-oriented managed hosting service for both Joomla & WordPress websites*, and the long awaited unveiling of K2 version 3.0 - our flagship product.
We are happy to announce that K2 version 3.0 will be officially presented in the upcoming JoomlaDay Brasil 2015 event, held 4-6 September, 2015 in Brasilia (the retro futuristic city built in the 50s by the visionary architect Oscar Niemeyer).
Hi everyone. I'm Antonio Mercurio from Italy. I'm passioned about opensource software such as Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress and many others. I made a video course on K2 for Joomla 3 in Italian on the Udemy platform. The video course is composed of 12 videos and the first 3 are free. The duration is about 150 minutes and you can learn the basics of the component. In the future I'll post new bonus videos and whoever is interested can visit the link below: