I am just installing the extension.
How can I share content to a Facebook Page? I don't see it in the instructions.
Also, the tutorial video is outdated. The Facebook developers settings are completely different.
Check out our Quick Start Guide. The "Post Content to Social Networks" section describes how to set up our Channels feature for auto-posting of content from your site to the Page. This section also describes manual posting as well. I hope this helps get you started with more up-to-date info, but please let us know if you have any questions.
I found it. Thanks.
But I'm having a major problem now. My website (citrusspanishsda.org) is completely unreachable. It will show the home page for few seconds, then it will show a Facebook page with the following error: Can't Load URL: "The domain of this URL isn't included in the app's domains. To be able to load this URL, add all domains and subdomains of your app to the App Domains field in your app settings."
I went to Facebook and checked and it shows the domain correctly.
What should I do?
How are you trying to load your page? When I go to citrusspanishsda.org using Chrome, I clicked on the FB Login button to create a user and received the following message which indicated that the user was created correctly and the app was set up properly for authentication:
Your account has been created and an activation link has been sent to the email address you entered. Before you can identify yourself as a registered user, note that you must activate the account by selecting that link that we have sent to your email address.
Facebook profile successfully connected.
Are you still having problems? Could you give further detailed instructions on how to reproduce what you're seeing?
It is doing it again.
Trying to load home page it is taking me to a facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth?c … ish_pages) with the same error.
It is happening with Firefox too. I will have to uninstall your extension.
Besides, the AdminTools Pro is blocking my IP constantly.
The URL that you link to above is JFBConnect attempting to auto-log you in using Facebook. I'd recommend turning off the "Auto Login Facebook Users" setting in the JFBConnect -> Configuration area, which should stop that behavior.
The reason the page isn't loading, I think, is because you have a Channel setup in JFBConnect for the user you're trying to login with. That user is likely not an admin of the app, which means that some of the permissions that Facebook is requesting can't be granted.
I'd try removing any Channels you have setup to see if that fixes the redirection problem. The redirection loop could explain AdminTools blocking you since there would be repeated attempts to login, which could look like an attack.
Let us know if that gets you going and then we can help you get your Channel setup properly.
It did the trick. Now AdminTools had not block me and it is not looping with the facebook page.
I got this message trying to create the channel again:
"The selected user has not granted the 'manage_pages' permission. Please have them login on the front-end of the site and accept the correct permission."
How do I properly setup the channel now? Where do I accept the correct permissions? Is it on Facebook or JFBConnect?
My user is a Super Admin in Joomla and I did login on the frontpage with facebook and the same account, and I am the owner of the Facebook Page.
Should I create a different app in Facebook?
I did create the first one using a video on your website, but the settings on Facebook are completely different to what you demonstrate on your video.
Maybe I should have a different approach creating the app in Facebook?
I checked the Facebook App settings and it shows me as the administrator and the Developers, Tester, Analytics Users are empty.
Do I need to add myself as one of the other type of users?
That should be what you need to get the permission prompt when you try to login. After you create the Channel, if the Facebook user is an Admin of your Facebook App as well, then when you try to login on the front-end of your site the next time using Facebook, you should be prompted for the additional permissions.
Can you tell me what happens when you try to login on the front-end of your site? If you're not seeing the prompt, go back to the Channel setup area and see if there are any details about permissions that are still required. If not, and the stream is showing at the bottom of the page, you should be good to go.
I hope that helps, but if you still run into issues, just let us know.