Not compatible with Nicepage templates

Not compatible with Nicepage templates

I have used this component may times in the past with no issues. However this time I have a website which is using a Nicepage generated template and individual articles. I have found that I cannot get any element of JFBConnect to display anywhere on the site.


Are there certain positions in the template that JFBConect looks for to display the items? I was hoping to use JFBConect to enhance their content and use on a new blog feature.

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Re: Not compatible with Nicepage templates

I don't know the site structure, so it's difficult for me to know what an article is. I see a lot of sales pages, but unsure if those are generated from articles. If you can help provide a link to a page that has an issue and any details about how you've set JFBConnect to show social widgets on that page, that would really help. For instance, are you using the JFBCContent plugin and configuring it in the "Social" area in the JFBC admin area, using some of our modules or using the EasyTags, like {JFBCLike} on the page?

Any details you can provide about what isn't working will really help us narrow things down quicker.

Generally speaking though, our modules can go in any module position, our Content plugin will work anywhere that "Prepare Content" is called on the content (articles, some modules, etc) and our Easy-Tags should work anywhere.


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