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Shika is ready for Joomla 5

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We're thrilled to announce that Shika, the most popular Joomla LMS, is now fully compatible with Joomla 5! This means Joomla 5 users can now enjoy all the features and benefits of Shika with ease.

Besides this, we have also fixed many bugs in this release.

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With the release of Shika version 5.0.0, Joomla users across versions 4, and now 5 can seamlessly add e-learning functionality on their Joomla websites. The same package file works flawlessly across these Joomla versions, making it easier than ever to manage your online learning.

However, it's important to note that while Shika is now Joomla 5 compatible, some of our other paid Techjoomla extensions like Invitex, People Suggest, and more are not yet updated for Joomla 5 compatibility. We recommend keeping the B/C plugin enabled not for Shika but for other Techjoomla extensions which we have bundled in the package.

Therefore, if you're using any of these extensions alongside Shika, we recommend holding off on updating to the Joomla 5 compatible version of Shika for now. Make sure to review the release notes thoroughly before making any updates to ensure a smooth transition.

We're continuously working on making all our paid products Joomla 5 compatible, so stay tuned for more updates and enhancements in the future. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the latest Joomla 5 compatible release of Shika


Changelog

^ Bug Fixes (3) -

  • When a user creates a 'Vimeo' or 'YouTube' type lesson, it shows an incorrect error: "lesson format uploaded."
  • In the "Manage Training Material" section, after clicking on the "Add Question" option and adding a question, the "Save and Insert" button was not working.
  • In "Text and Media" lessons, there was an issue with saving using the native editor.

 

 

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