As title show i can't connect in homepage of my website with Jfbconnect login.
If i move in "forum" for example or "jomsocial" community so it work without any problems.
In the home page if i clik on button nothing happens
Can you let us know what page we can see the problem on? I just tried on the www.gioXYZ..com site that I can see in Autotune. That page is in offline mode right now, so it's difficult to test or see what may be wrong on the live home page. Is that the right site? If so, can you disable Offline Mode so we can look at the home page. Also, when *not* in Offline Mode, try running the Autotune Error Check tool again to see if it calls out any issues.
For reference, these are the main files that I see that are loaded on the home page that aren't loaded on the forums page. They're also from extensions we don't know about, or don't test with (which means there could be underlying conflicts we're unaware of):
Again, please try to disable the extensions that may be including those files *temporarily*. Once we find the culprit, we can hopefully help narrow down the conflict and get things going again.
Well i discover that issue is one module of adsmanager.
Right yesterday i upgraded to new version of the component 2.8
Everything work at best less the module that show latest ads in homepage "mod_adsmanager_ads"
i suppose it's doing conflict. Not puplishing the module Jfbconnect work at best.
I suppose also is something thetered the "jquery" functions in the new version of adsmanager.
I need this module anyway (so my users can see latest ads in homepage) there's a way to fix the conflict?
Note: I fixed for now with "disable popup" so it works again.
To be more specific the issue was happening with popup + module for latest ads.
This can be helpful for users who have my same problems
Thanks for letting us know what fixed the issue for you. Just to clarify, the "Disable Popups" option was in AdsManager and not something from the SCLogin or JFBConnect itself.
For our extensions, we don't use JQuery on Joomla 1.5. We use Mootools. It is possible there may have been a conflict between Mootools (part of Joomla) and JQuery though when we loaded Mootools onto the page.
Either way, if you need more assistance, let us know. It sounds like you got things going, but I'm not sure you're completely happy with the solution. If not, we may be able to help, but it may be something that needs to be looked at on the AdsManager side as well.
You are the kindness in person
Of course i'm not satisfacted at all because popup is helpful to show users they have to wait few seconds before login (connection sometime is slow and users don't know what's happening).
Anyway i understand this issue was not affecting Jfbconnect.
I think problem is that Joomla 1.5 is not anymore full supported (and i can't do a migration because several components were paied a lot of money and are native for J1.5).
Problem is that not all programmer (like you) can grant a GOOD compatible list for their soft (i'm almost sure that on Joomla 2.5 i could not have these issues).
For now i'm happy that all can still work better as possible in my website
And i hope Jfbconnect will still support J1.5 in future (as long as possible... then i will start from begin with another cms. Too many changes and incompatibilities between joomla versions)
Ahh.. Are you saying you have to disable the "Show 'Logging In' popup:" setting in JFBConnect for it to work? That does require Mootools for the popup to appear. However, I'm not sure why that would be causing you problems like you mention with other things that are using JQuery.
I do see on your page that your site is loading JQuery 3 different times. If anything, I would assume that there is a conflict in the different versions you are loading and an ordering of them. Of note, I see:
* JomSocial - JQuery v1.6.2
* Your Eternity Template - JQuery v1.6.4
* AdsManager - JQuery 1.8.0
I'd start by checking if you can disable JQuery from some of the other extensions and test from there. 1.8.0 (I think) is backward compatible, so that's the only one that is likely necessary to load. The others are definitely slowing down the loading of your page and possibly causing the problems you're seeing.
I hope that helps. As far as Joomla goes, we'll agree the migration to 2.5 wasn't terribly fun. However, going forward, the transition to 3.x and 4.x (over a year from now) are much smoother processes. So, while it will definitely be painful to move to 2.5 or higher, things get much simpler from there. Moving to a whole new CMS carries with it a ton of problems as well, and most others have 'upgrade' issues too. Just my thoughts.
Best of luck,