Hi, I have installed the SC Login module to accompany the JFBConnect component and everything seems to be working & connecting well. One thing though...
The visual look of the Login button appears to be taking on the css style of the main site template and I would prefer it to look as your module intends. Can you tell me how to over ride this, i.e. for SC Login only...? (url: www.countydownspectator.com)
I just looked at your site and the Login button looks like our demo. Did you mean the Login with Facebook button? Not sure what I'm missing, but if you could explain more or provide a picture, that would help greatly.
One other thing I noticed is that your top/main menu is showing above the modal popup. You can fix that by updating your styles as below:
#menuwrap1 - currently has a z-index of 99999. Set that to 1000.
ul.suckerfish, ul.dropline, ul.dualfish - Also has a z-index of 99999. Set that to 1000.
I can't tell exactly where those styles are defined because your CSS is compressed, but hopefully that helps get you going.
Hiya, thanks for the reply - the issue is the Login button in the modal popup, as per the attached screenshot. Does that help you see the issue?
PS: Thanks for the tip about the menu z index!
No problem about the z-index help. If we see issues, we like to point them out right then. Better than letting our users pull their hair out
Let us know how that goes, and good luck,
Alzander, I tried that but it hasn't fixed my problem. The first 'login' button (pre popup) is still fine, and it opens the modal popup which now has an icon/text button for the 'Facebook' login.
Does that explain it properly for you mate? Have another look at the site and you should see what I mean.
Any new ideas?
Ahh.. I never even looked at that Login button. Woops.
The issue is a setting in your template:
padding: 10px !important;
background: none !important;
Those !important statements should be removed at the end of padding and background so that it looks like:
The important means that they can't be overridden by our CSS, which is the problem.
Hope that helps, but please keep us posted on how it goes.
Glad to hear that got you going. My Guiness levels are quite low actually, so I'd love to take you up on that sometime
As for JomSocial for Joomla 3.. we can't do anything about that. We're testing it right now and very, very excited for it to be released as well. I don't have any timelines on when it will be out, but I'm hoping soon too.
Best of luck,