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No Linkedin Button displaying on articles

Why has the button gone missing?  We have the latest JFBC/JLinked updates.
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Re: No Linkedin Button displaying on articles

On that page, in the Javascript error console, is the following error message:

Uncaught Error: You must specify a valid JavaScript API Domain as part of this key's configuration.

Can you check your LinkedIn App configuration and ensure you've filled in the Javascript API Domain setting properly with the URLs for your site? That should get things going.

If not, or you need more help, just let me know.

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Hi!

We have the same problem with linkedIn button. We are using "Social Share Button" plugin to show share buttons at the bottom of articles. The reason we chose this plugin is that we want to show numbers of share on each button, but the LinkIn button doesn't come up. I know you have addressed this issue earlier but I could not solve my problem yet. The error is " double in.js loaded,any parameters will be ignored". Could you please help us?

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I have now deactivated other social share plugins and have just kept your plugin activated, still no Linkedin button!!

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Pixpro,
Can you post, or private message, a page where we can see the problem? Once seen, we should be able to narrow down what's wrong.

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Re: No Linkedin Button displaying on articles

Hi, thanks for replying, I somehow missed your reply.
This is just an example of how the articles look. As you see we miss the linkedin share button. I would appreciate your assistance.
http://sture.pixpro.net/~mfcgroup/index … -varianter

Edited by: Pixpro - Oct-29-13 10:39:09
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In the Javascript error console is the following message:

Uncaught Error: You must specify a valid JavaScript API Domain as part of this key's configuration.

As noted above, can you check your LinkedIn App configuration and ensure you've filled in the Javascript API Domain setting properly with the URLs for your site? That should get things going.

If you need more help on doing so, just let me know. Additionally, for more help with JLinked, please post from the account that you subscribed to JLinked from. The account you posted from has only subscribed to JFBConnect in the past.

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Thank you so much Alex, this solved my problem. The only problem left is that there is another tiny linkedin icon visible under social share buttons which is called {jlinkedMember}. Do you know where does it come from and how I can turn it off?

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Hi Alex, Could you please help me with this. I really don't know where the icon comes from!

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I'm not sure where that tag is coming from. Did you add it to the articles? That is a feature of LinkedIn, but I'd need more information to understand how or why it's being added.

Also, again, please post from the account that you subscribed to JLinked from. The account your posting from has never had a JLinked subscription. If you need support for JLinked features, you'll need a JLinked subscription.

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