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Which problem in particular?  We believe all functions are working as best as Facebook will allow us to.  We definitely recommend reading the Facebook Wiki link below and testing on our demo page prior to purchase to ensure it seems like it's working for your needs.
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Not off the top of my head, that's a new error to us.  Can you give your site name so we can look at the html output to see if the API key is being inserted in there correctly?

Also, make sure that you've checked your domain redirects in case that's causing a problem (basically, you need to make sure that <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.yoursite.com">www.yoursite.com</a><!-- w --> and yoursite.com go to the exact same page as your callback url)
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Still would love to have an account to test with on someone's site.  We're gentle, we promise.

When I go to your page, I'm getting the cross-domain receiver error when I click the login button.  Please ensure you read this message as well:
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When I go to your domain without the www, I'm seeing your site pop up in the log in window (no FacebookRestClientException error).  The cause of this is almost always a mis-configuration of the Facebook application itself.  We'd recommend going through this thread which has some advice on how to correct the issue:
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There's a bit of code you'd need to implement.  We've tossed around the idea of making a plugin to put a Login button anywhere in a template (not just a module), and may revisit that soon.

The other option I'd recommend is placing the JFBCLogin module directly under your CBlogin module.  Turn off it's title and set the "Show login form" to "Hide".  This will only show the button and it may look like part of the CBLogin module (depending on your styles)

We can't tell you how happy that makes us.  It took a while, but we're glad you're up and running now!

Glad to hear this helped.  Marking it as Fixed

The post below seems similar to yours, and I noticed you have a similar issue on your site.  In essence, you need to ensure that your domain has only one base domain.  Right now, both of these sites go to the same place, but in Facebook's eyes are 'different' sites.  This is likely what's causing your issue:
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Post where user has this fix:
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We have some simple directions to set up a redirect for your site to either use www or non-www.  Please try these and test.  Whatever option you choose, ensure that your Facebook application uses the same base domain name.
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No, right now it doesn't.  We're working on adding some functionality to update a wall, but it won't be fully automated and we don't have the timeline for it right now.

Can one of you PM us a super admin account to your site so we can get on and debug where this error is coming from?  It's confounded us for too long, but it affects a very small amount of users so it's hard to diagnose.

Can someone please provide a page so that we can inspect the code and debug further?  It's working on our test and demo sites without a problem.  Facebook pushes out new code on their end every once in a while and that can cause problems, but it's impossible to debug if we can't recreate it.


Usually the main reason for the Facebook button to not appear is due to the Mootools scripts not being loaded.  Can you try going to the default rhuk template (temporarily) and see if it loads there?  Either way, please provide a sitename, and we should be able to help you to further debug this issue.

Can you PM us information login information to the backend of your site so we can investigate further.  I'm unsure where that black box is coming from.

What SEF are you using, built in Joomla or another component (it should work either way).  When you say "When its on the pages aren't being called, what pages?  What happens?


This post should help you understand how the invites work better.  The maximum allowed by Facebook is 35, but they actually can limit it further under many conditions of their own.  We will request as many as you set, but they are the ultimate decision maker for how many a user can send:
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You're issue is likely because you are using PHP4 instead of PHP5, which is a requirement of JFBConnect.  Please work with your hosting company to upgrade.  The upcoming Joomla 1.6 requires PHP5 as do a lot of newer extensions, so this is highly recommended

When does this happen?  Is it every time you hit the login button, or under certain conditions?  Also, which version are you using?  That was an issue with an older version, but we haven't seen it since.

If you can also provide a URL, that will help us to debug the issue and see it ourselves.


Is this the picture loading in the jfbclogin module or in their JomSocial profile (they're somewhat different).

This may help us debug the stat failed error as well.  If you can send us a link to your site, we'd love to investigate further to determine where the image is coming from, where it's getting stored, and of course, why it's black.  We think it's a server configuration issue (which we've gotten around in many other cases), so would love to have this info.


You can modify the module template itself.  Did you create your 'original' login horizontal module?  If so, you should be able to handle this.  The file is in /modules/mod_jfbclogin/tmpl/default.php

Let us know if you have any questions.  We really don't want to create different versions of the module or layouts because its extra effort and is never a 'one-size-fits-all' type of venture.

This post should be able to help you determine how to put any module in the article area:
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We'll help you set up any of the modules, just post back here.

I'm not sure what you're specifically talking about with the module inside the breadcrumbs.  Can you send the page address and we can let ya know.

Aug-24-09 09:26:18
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No.  We don't have this ability.  There's a lot of things we have planned for the component (notifications to a users wall on registration/login is coming).  If enough others join this post and request events, we can bump it up in priority.

We are working on another release.  Unfortunately, I said that once in the past and gave a timeline which was woefully inaccurate.  I have added your request to our feature tracker though and the first (approve/confirm) should be relatively easy to add as a configuration parameter.  The 2nd we'll have to investigate more, but can probably come up with something.

Thanks for the suggestion, and glad to hear it's working so well for you!

This is absolutely correct.  We generally suggest people try to do the template override method so that when a new version is released, they don't loose their changes, but the steps you describe above work too.

Can you send us your site link so we can take a look?  It's also possible we may need admin access, but this is the first step.

Are you sure this is the setting from the module and not the new-user redirection in the component itself?

If you can send us your URL, that'd be very helpful as then we can see where the redirection thinks its being setup to go to (it's in the html code of the login module).

I tried your site, and it appears your trying a different component now for Facebook connect.  Let me know if you go back to ours and we'll do what we can to help.

It seems the new one is also giving issues (my login attempt made your home page appear in the login box after logging in).  This is usually caused by an incorrectly configured Facebook application.  In that case, we always recommend recreating the app (temporarily) with the minimum settings from our quick-start guide and see if that works.  If so, try to modify your original app to make it similar to the minimal version and keep testing.

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

Almost always when this has occurred, it's been because of an issue with the creation of your Facebook Application.  Can you try to, just for testing, go and create a new Facebook App.  Use only minimal changes/settings that we show in our Quick Start guide, temporarily update your site to the new API/Secret key, and see if you still have the same issues.

We haven't ever heard back from people on an exact setting that's caused this, but generally it seems to fix this problem.

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