Addressing Integration Issues between Joomfish & K2

Monday, 12 March 2012
Often, when Joomfish and K2 are both installed, you may fail to locate the corresponding translation list of K2 in Joomlafish. People get confused: why these 2 general components cannot be integrated? The fact is, the 2 components can be integrated more or less, the problem is the installation sequence. Installation sequence: Step 1. Install Joomla. :) Step 2. Install ... (Whatever else you need). Step N: Install Joomfish. Step N+1: Install K2. Step N+2: ... Yes, you need to install Joomfish before K2. If it occurred to you that you apply the wrong order, no worries, you can download the .zip file from here. File path:
administrator/components/com_joomfish/contentelements/

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