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JFBinvite create single JFBlogin button like in demo

JFBinvite create single JFBlogin button like in demo

I setup an invite page utilizing both JFBconnect and JFBinvite you can see the page I setup so far at [url:2v8ptw46]http://www.otakuden.net/documents/Invite-Friends/invite-your-friends.html[/url:2v8ptw46]. How do I setup JFBlogin to look and act like the button used in the JFBconnect demo page? [url:2v8ptw46]http://www.cmsmarket.com/community/cmsm-groups/invite-your-friends[/url:2v8ptw46]

sincerely, John
[url:2v8ptw46]http://www.otakuden.net[/url:2v8ptw46]

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Re: JFBinvite create single JFBlogin button like in demo

These two posts should help you out.  Please post there if you have any further questions, so we can minimize the amount of duplicate questions.

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Re: JFBinvite create single JFBlogin button like in demo

Ah.  Actually, I just re-read the post and realized that you were talking about the Login Module, not the Invite module.  CMS Market is still using version 1.0 of JFBConnect (which we don't recommend you move too).  However, the 1.0 module is very similar to the 2.0, and you should be able to disable many of the options using the module parameters.  To get it to be that minimalistic though, you would need to edit the /modules/mod_jfbclogin/tmpl/default.php file to remove a bit of code.

The post below has an example of a customization to the login module that may help get you started/give you ideas:
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.cmsmarket.com/forum/index.php?f=38&t=50&rb_v=viewtopic&start=10#p188">http://www.cmsmarket.com/forum/index.ph ... rt=10#p188</a><!-- m -->

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