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9 years 11 months ago - 9 years 11 months ago #46057 by konpat
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Hi.

There is an issue in my website

When I press the register button I am get linked in this url

www.inthessaloniki.com/en/component/users/?view=registration

where the titles were empty. Name, email etc.

I installed seblod and the titles of the fields are ok but I lost register with social media buttons.

I changed the order of your plugin but still the same
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9 years 11 months ago #46059 by alzander
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JFBConnect doesn't alter the standard Joomla registration process. That's handled by Joomla. In your case, since you've installed Seblod, the registration form is controlled by Seblod.

JFBConnect only deals with social network registration and authentication. If the user is registering by entering all the information themselves, and not using a social network, JFBConnect has no influence on how that process works.

I'd contact the Seblod developers if you need assistance with their registration flow.

I hope that helps explain,
Alex
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9 years 11 months ago #46062 by konpat
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Thank you for the quick answer but the registration social buttons don't appear i this form?
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9 years 11 months ago #46063 by alzander
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JFBConnect adds the social login buttons to the standard Joomla registration and login forms. We don't automatically add the social login buttons to every extension that may have their own registration form, like Seblod.

If you want to add the social login buttons, you'd need to edit the template for the Seblod registration page and simply add the following tag wherever you want the social buttons to show:
{JFBCLogin}
JFBConnect will detect that tag and replace it with the login buttons automatically.

I hope that helps,
Alex
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9 years 11 months ago #46070 by konpat
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Thank you for your fast and promt answers.

I did what you said. I have the tabs anywhere I want but I get " class="inputbox" />" under the sourcecoast tabs.

Check ths photo.
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The link is

www.inthessaloniki.com/en/component/users/?view=registration
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9 years 11 months ago #46078 by alzander
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How are you inserting the tag? The output looks like the tag is being inserted into an input field itself:
<input type="hidden" id="_jfblogin" name="jfblogin" value="<span class="sourcecoast login"><div class="row-fluid"><div class="social-login facebook jfbcLogin pull-left">
.....
</div></div></span>" class="inputbox" /></div></div>
From the above, the {JFBCLogin} tag looks like it's inside a field that looks like:
<input type="hidden" id="_jfblogin" name="jfblogin" value="{JFBCLogin}" class="inputbox" />
Because it's 'inside' another tag, the output is all funky and causing the unexpected output.

Can you double check how it's being added and make sure it's not being inserted into another already existing tag on the page?

Thanks,
Alex
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9 years 11 months ago #46248 by konpat
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You can see from the above pic how I add the tag.

I would have less questions if there was a manual for login and registraton from joomla. I am really sorry,,
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9 years 11 months ago #46256 by alzander
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In general, JFBConnect automatically adds the social login buttons to Joomla. We have documentation on the different tags, but we can't provide instructions on how to add the login buttons to every possible extension. It's simply not possible.

As for your issue above, the problem is likely that you're adding the {JFBCLogin} tag to the "value" field. The value field is simply the default value for an input field, and not what you should be using.

You'll need to add the {JFBCLogin} tag as it's own field or raw HTML. I'm not sure how to do that within Seblod. You'd need to contact them on how best to add your own completely custom field or modify their registration/login page to add the tag into the output template.

I hope that helps explain some more, but if not, just let me know, and we'll help however we can.

Thanks,
Alex
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