When trying to update JFBConnect from 7.1.1 to 7.1.2, I get error message 403 (Cannot connect to server) using joomla update manager. I've tried this during the last couple of days, thinking it might be a temporary malfunction on your side, but no luck.
Disabling the module cache seems to have solved it. And with successfull login, it redirects according to module settings. So for now, it seems that the issue is solved. I'll post here if further testing gives errors. Many thanks for your kind assistance.
Still issues with this, I'm afraid. When using Joomla login, everything works fine, using both http://yogahuset.no/joomla-login/ and https://yogahuset.no/joomla-login/.
When using SCLogin, I get thrown to a random url within the site, with "Invalid token" message. I've tried deleting cache both on server and browser(s), but the error still persists. Recently, there was a successfull SCLoging, but then again the error was repeated. I'll keep on testing and see if I can find some pattern in this.
I dont know what happened, but previously user was sent to the assigned welcome page (Joomla login redeirection URL), but is now sent to "Edit profile" page. Any help appreciated.
Using JFBConnect Version: 6.5.3 on Joomla 3.4.8, so everything should be the most recent version.
On our site Yogahuset users registrer through nBill order forms, which add them to Joomla registrered users, as well as a client in the nBill database. So the only way one can registrer, is through placing an order. That's why we have disabled user registration in Joomla. But for these existing customers we offer SCLogin as an easier solution, as people tend to forget their username/password and are often confused by the standard Joomla prosedure for retreiving these. I hope this is clarifying.
The site is Yogahuset and you can see the widget top left. Below you see the stream module, which adjusts responsively. Module settings attached. When deleting width value, module defaults to 292 px when saved.
SCSocial Widget seems to be locked into a fixed width, while the modue SCSocial Stream adjusts its width as one would expect in a template with responsive layout. Why is the widget width fixed into a certain value?
That's correct. When Joomla user registration is set to "no", users should not be able to registrer using their social profile with SCLogin. And yes, I would like existing users to be able to log in via FB or Google with SCLogin.
Thanks for your reply. I got this error message while trying to uninstall the package. After that, I uninstalled the individual plugins and module and retried with the same result, as one would expect. I've now reinstalled the package, and the same error occcurs when trying to uninstall it. All plugins and modules are installed.
When uninstalling the package, I get the following messages:
Package Uninstall: Missing manifest file."
Error uninstalling package."
Any help appreciated.
User can registrer through Google / FB although Joomla allow user registration is set to "No". Is there a parameter that I've overlooked, or is this a bug?