April 4, 2019 - JFBConnect v8.1.0 has been released with changes for the LinkedIn Developer Program Updates and miscellaneous bug fixes.
I would like to know if they have any way of changing the mobile view in the button that looks different, with a user icon or something similar
I have managed to do it with the login, but with the logout it does not work out, thanks
this is what is modified in the "login" file line 28
echo '<div class="sourcecoast sclogin-modal-links sclogin"><a ' . $loginClass . ' href="#login-modal" role="button" data-toggle="' . $modalName . '"><span class="d-none d-lg-inline-block">' . JText::_('MOD_SCLOGIN_LOGIN') . ' </span> <i class="spmoviedb-icon-user d-inline-block d-inline-block"></i></a>';
I'm unsure what you're asking for. Can you provide an image or more description of what you're trying to change and what you want/expect it to look like?
We'll gladly help however we can once we understand further.
good, I'm sorry I did not explain myself well, I put it quickly
Here I put two screenshots of the login button, one with the button in desktop view
and another in mobile view
but I can not do the same with the disconnect button because it is inside a form and my knowledge is limited
I'm sorry for the delay in response. If you're still having the issue:
Whether it's in a form or not shouldn't really affect how you add that icon.
How did you add the icon for the login button?
* If you've done it via CSS, then you would just also target the input element for the logout button with a new style.
* If you added it by updating the HTML code for the button, then you can update the code for the logout button. In this case, you'd do a template override for the /mod_sclogin/tmpl/logout.php file
If I can see the behavior in action for the login button, it'd be much easier to suggest what to specifically do. You can send a specific URL where I can see your module.