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In the above quoted support item you suggested that by adding the small snippet of code to the "loginregister.php" file a check could be performed to endure that only a single domain could be registered through Google+.
Since updating to 7.1.1 this no longer redirects back to the index page but rather throws a 404 error with the following error;
View not found [name, type, prefix]: jfbconnect, html, jfbconnectView
Is there a quick and easy fix you can think of to make this work again as expected. If the user registers using the correct domain all works well, its just when the domain is other than that specified in the snippet you supplied.
Thanks for any advice and very best regards.
Have just updated our system to V7.1 and V7.1.1 respectively and now get the warning messages shown below when a page is rendered.
We don't use Facebook on our site just Google authentication but clearly in this version I ( or you ) need to amend the code in "facebook.php" to cover this eventuality. For the time being I have turned System Error Reporting off but this is, of course, not ideal.
Perhaps I'm missing a parameter in configuration somewhere but nothing obvious, can you advise a course of action here, would be most appreciated.
Warning: strpos() expects parameter 1 to be string, object given in../components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/profile/facebook.php on line 70
Warning: strpos() expects parameter 1 to be string, object given in../components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/profile/facebook.php on line 72
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at
../components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/profile/facebook.php:70) in ../components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/provider/facebook.php on line 277
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at ../components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/profile/facebook.php:70) in ../plugins/system/jsntplframework/libraries/joomlashine/template/helper.php on line 1240
Is there a changelog for version 7.1 available. Clearly need to update my extensions but would be keen to see What's New before I go about this.
Sorry if I'm being daft, but can't find anything obvious to read.
Thanks in advance
Well that does the trick, added snippet to the file and works like a dream. Simple redirect after failed attempt which is exactly what I need.
Thank you guys so much, this solves a long outstanding issue with authentication and our school website. Can't remember how or why I stumbled upon your extensions but very glad I did.
Last up then, do you have any plans to add-in Office 365 authentication in addition to Windows Live, would like it even more if you were thinking about it :-)
Great work here, regards.
There is nothing worse than posting again o'er top of your previous post but I was wondering if you had any thoughts regarding a possible solution to my issue? I have done all I need now to get this live but cannot add the button whilst it would accept registrations from Tom, Dick and Harry and their Google accounts. Appreciate that you are all pretty busy but if you have any ideas would be more than most pleased :-)
Very Best Regards
Thanks for your reply Alex. I'm testing it like mad, tweaking settings as I go but I think I have pretty much exactly what I need now and it certainly does the job.
In answer to your question... we use Community Builder and Kunena on our site so I do have the Social Plugin for CB loaded and the correct fields are being mapped across from Google to Joomla. As the intention is to only allow users in our domain to access the site "Automatic Registration" would seem to be the obvious choice, using JFBConnect to create all the accounts and user fields required. Hope that this is what you were asking me for and is enough to advise code and where to place it. You haven't asked for the domain but I have PM'd you the details just in case you need them.
Once last question, do you have any plan to implement Office 365 authentication? I note you support Windows Live but I believe that it is different from O365, could be wrong on that. A lot of the school web based products we use hook into O365 and we use that authentication in preference to Google where available just a question...
Anyway many thanks for your assistance along the way, await your further advice. Regards
Thanks for you reply... so I decided that nothing ventured nothing gained and registered and paid with you guys, downloaded and installed using your perfect video tutorials.
Setup my Google authentication project via Google Apps for Education, which has an almost identical UI as your video and certainly produced API key and Secret just as you suggest it would.
Added these to my Joomla site and configured JFBConnect and all works just as one would like to see. Perfect, just taken a load of hassle out of my day job, rather than manual setup of 200 users and give them random passwords they can now subscribe using the Google+ button, magnificent.
Now as I mentioned in my earlier post the world and his wife will have no need to access our school site and registering accounts would be pointless...parents however might get excited about the ability so I need to be able to restrict this to a single domain where only my staff and pupils have registered accounts. Do you have a handy code snippet that I can add somewhere to achieve this. You help would be most appreciated.
JFBConnect has just gone to the top of my list for must have extensions in a Joomla site. Thank you in advance...
Looking to integrate login to our school website with our subscription to Google Apps for Education. Looks like your product may just be the solution we are looking for.
We are only intending to use Google authentication, no other social platforms but need to be able to restrict this to addresses coming from a single domain. We don't want public access just the staff and students within our school. So my question, is it possible to restrict login to email addresses from a single domain rather than the whole of Google.
Thanks in advance for any information.