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Yesterday 22:02:34
Is documentation current?
Category: JFBConnect

You're right. Our documentation does look to be outdated. I will add a TO-DO to update it in the next couple of days. In the meantime, if you're having problems with a certain step, please let me know and I'll gladly help. Usually the important things to get right are the redirect URLs (under the Auth tab) and the Javascript options (under the Settings tab > SDK Settings section).

-Melissa

Feb-13-19 19:20:28
Category: JFBConnect

You can create a menu item for JFBConnect > Account Settings. When the user is logged in, that view will display a list of social networks with the options to link/unlink to them.

-Melissa

Copying Alex's email response from Contact Us in case you haven't seen it:

Yes! The SCLogin module will resize itself based on the screen its shown in and should work with your template.

JFBConnect, which adds social network login support, fully supports mobile devices as well.

I hope that helps answer your questions, but if you need anything else, just let me know.

Feb-08-19 03:57:32
Question about what to do for Google+ Update
Category: JFBConnect

I saw the weird pixels. Can you refresh the thread and try to get the images again? I just re-uploaded them to our server and think it should be fixed.

Does that mean the the current Google+ Button will just be replaced by the new buttons?  And will it use the new Google protocols behind the scenes?

If you put those two files into the /media/sourcecoast/images/provider/google directory, the new buttons will be used instead of the old ones. Yes, JFBConnect was updated to use the Google Sign In - Google OAuth 2.0 API in mid 2018. This latest 8.0.5 release removed the remaining Google+ calls/widgets.

-Melissa

Glad I could help current/smile Let us know if you have any further questions.

-Melissa

Glad it resolved. If you run into the behavior again, please let us know and we'll try to help you narrow down the cause.

-Melissa

Feb-07-19 15:40:36
Question about what to do for Google+ Update
Category: JFBConnect

I mistakenly forgot to check in the social login buttons for "Login with Google" in the last release. I was going to include them in our next bug fix release. In the meantime, if you'd like the new buttons, they're attached to this thread.

https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/73/icon.png
https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/73/icon-label.png

Otherwise, if you are seeing other functionality that is still using the Google+ API calls, please let us know.

-Melissa



Thanks
-Melissa

Looking at our code, it strips out line breaks and HTML/php code. If you pass HTML tags to Facebook, they'll be posted as plain text. However, I do notice that if you do a manual post from the front-end and put a carriage return, it will show up in the post. We'll have to investigate improving our tag stripping to do the carriage returns properly.

Also, I wanted to note, if you're using the Autoposting feature to post to FB, it currently uses the article text to generate the auto-post description (not the og:description on the page). We have plans to improve this, but for now setting the SCOpenGraph tag for description won't update the autopost text.

In short, Alex and I need to look into this more on our side.

-Melissa

This is in JFBConnect's language file /language/xx-YY/xx-YY.com_jfbconnect.ini. If you want Google, set the value for the key COM_JFBCONNECT_LOGIN_USING_GOOGLE. It should be as simple as changing that key value.

-Melissa

Feb-01-19 21:29:47
I'd like responsive layout just like SCSocial Stream
Category: JFBConnect

Yes, it appears that 100% is no longer a valid value to pass to the widget. If you check out the plugin generator at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/pl … ge-plugin/, the same behavior is shown.

From this Page Plugin documentation, I would recommend that you could set the width to the maximum of 500px and enable the "Adapt to plugin container width" setting. On load, the page plugin will then adapt down its parent container's width.

The plugin will by default adapt to the width of its parent container on page load (min. 180px / max. 500px), useful for changing layout
If the width of the parent element is bigger than the Page plugin's width it will maintain the value defined in data-width
The plugin will never be smaller than 180px

So there will no going larger than 500px (by Facebook's design) and it will do it's best to resize down for a smaller parent. I think Facebook has just limited what's available for this plugin now.

-Melissa

Jan-30-19 13:12:24
On March 7, 2019, all Google+ APIs and Google+ Sign-in will be shut down completely

We recently put out a new release of JFBConnect v8.0.5. This release makes removed Google + features (Google +1, Google + API calls, etc), along with some additional small bug fixes. Please update to this release.

We'll be monitoring closely how Google authentication evolves and release any updates as necessary if issues are encountered.

Thanks,
Melissa

Thanks for letting us know. Looks good to me. Let us know if you run into any further issues.

-Melissa

Jan-21-19 18:40:26
Category: JFBConnect

Can you please let us know what steps you've taken and where you're running into issues? Specifically:
* Have you setup the Request in the JFBConnect Admin -> Requests area?
* Have you tried the {JFBCRequest ..} tag? Either of the following variants should work:

Code:

{JFBCRequest request_id=1 link_image=http://www.sourcecoast.com/images/jfbconnect/home_jfbconn.png}

{SCFacebookRequest request_id=1 link_image=http://www.sourcecoast.com/templates/sourcecoast/images/logo.png}

The request_id=XX must match the ID of what you setup in the Requests area.
* Have you tried the SCSocialWidget module to setup the Facebook -> Requests widget? This is the same as the Request tag, but an alternative option to show the request feature.

Please let us know what you've done and where things aren't working as you'd expect.. and how. Once we understand where you're getting stuck, we should be able to help get you going.

Thanks,
Melissa

Just wanted to point out that we put out a new release of JFBConnect last week which removed the old Google+ API/widget calls. Please update and let us know if you continue to have any issues/warnings about the shutdown and your application calls.

-Melissa

Jan-21-19 18:31:18
Import Last name, Age and Gender from Facebook
Category: JFBConnect

I also just wanted to note that we realized that some of the pages in the documentation link that we provided were being incorrectly redirected, so you weren't seeing the correct documentation. If you check out that configuration guide again and go to the profiles section, you should see the correct help docs. That should give you better information on how to set up the profiles. I'm sorry for the confusion.

-Melissa

Jan-21-19 17:58:44
Import Last name, Age and Gender from Facebook
Category: JFBConnect

The plugins are located in the "Social Profiles" group. So if you're using EasySocial as your user profile extension, you need to look for the 'Social Profiles - EasySocial' plugin.

If there are no plugins in the "Social Profiles" plugin group, it means that JFBConnect did not detect the other 3rd party extension when you installed JFBConnect. If that's the case, please try reinstalling JFBConnect so it detects the plugins.

-Melissa

Glad to hear it. Let us know if you run into any further issues and need help.

-Melissa

Great. Glad we could help!

Let us know if you need any more help with other issues.

-Melissa

Thank you for the credentials. We were able to log in and see the behavior.

Yes, one is coming from sclogin with the element for ".sourcecoast .caret" and one coming from the bootstrap.min.css in your template with the ".dropdown-toggle::after" element.

You can add the following style to hide SCLogin's caret

Code:

.sourcecoast .btn.dropdown-toggle .caret {

display: none;
}

I'd recommend putting that in a theme for SCLogin so that you don't lose any changes if you upgrade SCLogin. Check out how to do that here

-Melissa

I put up a new release of JFBConnect/SCLogin yesterday. The double tooltip change is in the release, so please test it out and let us know if you continue to have any issues.

-Melissa

Glad we could help. Let us know if you run into any other problems.

-Melissa

I see the double tooltip on your site.

The problem is that there is a tooltip coming from Bootstrap and there's a second tooltip coming from the title option on the anchor tag. I'll have to investigate how to best fix this in SCLogin, as not all sites use bootstrap, so I simply can't remove the second from the code. I'll add an issue to our tracker to address this in the next release. However, if you'd like a workaround in the meantime, you can edit /modules/mod_sclogin/helper.php. This change will take out the title for the input and just use the bootstrap tooltip

Around Line 526, replace this block of code

Code:

if ($registerType == "communitybuilder" && file_exists(JPATH_ADMINISTRATOR . '/components/com_comprofiler/plugin.foundation.php'))

{
   $forgotButton = '<a href="' . $forgotSharedLink . '" class="forgot btn width-auto hasTooltip" tabindex="-1" data-placement="right" data-original-title="' . $forgotSharedText . '"><i class="icon-question-sign' . $buttonImageColor . '" title="' . $forgotSharedText . '"></i></a>';
}
else
{
   $forgotButton = '<a href="' . $forgotButtonLink . '" class="forgot btn width-auto hasTooltip" tabindex="-1" data-placement="right" data-original-title="' . $forgotButtonText . '"><i class="icon-question-sign' . $buttonImageColor . '" title="' . $forgotButtonText . '"></i></a>';
}

with

Code:

if ($registerType == "communitybuilder" && file_exists(JPATH_ADMINISTRATOR . '/components/com_comprofiler/plugin.foundation.php'))

{
   $forgotButton = '<a href="' . $forgotSharedLink . '" class="forgot btn width-auto hasTooltip" tabindex="-1" data-placement="right" data-original-title="' . $forgotSharedText . '"><i class="icon-question-sign' . $buttonImageColor . '"></i></a>';
}
else
{
   $forgotButton = '<a href="' . $forgotButtonLink . '" class="forgot btn width-auto hasTooltip" tabindex="-1" data-placement="right" data-original-title="' . $forgotButtonText . '"><i class="icon-question-sign' . $buttonImageColor . '"></i></a>';
}

-Melissa

Yes, the above styles do need to go into a CSS file. If you're using the SourceCoast default theme, the file you mentioned is the correct place to put it. However, once you upgrade SCLogin any changes made to that file will be lost. To avoid this, we recommend making your own theme, following the instructions found here.

-Melissa

Those two fields are getting font: inherit from your style which is what's causing the problem. If I set the following in dev tools, I can see the values and type in the input boxes.

Code:

.sclogin.sourcecoast input[type="text"]:not([class*="uk-"]),

.sclogin.sourcecoast input[type="password"]:not([class*="uk-"]) {
font:initial;
}

You can put that in your theme for SCLogin. I hope this helps.

-Melissa

You can adjust the z-index for the tooltips on your page. Currently your template has it set to 1070 which is less than the offcanvas-menu z-index 10000. To show on top of the offcanvas menu, you'll need to increase the z-index value.

For example, you can use

Code:

.tooltip {

z-index: 10001 !important;
}

This belongs in your template and is not related to any of the styles set by CSS.

-Melissa

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