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Sorry we didn't reply to this in time, but I'm glad that you were able to resolve the issue. Let us know if you run into anything else that you need help with.

-Melissa

Jan-19-20 19:35:23
Category: JFBConnect

The content of the welcome emails are found in our language file /language/en-GB/en_GB.com_jfbconnect.ini. Search for the key "COM_JFBCONNECT_EMAIL_REGISTERED_BODY" to find the area for the appropriate strings

The subject is in the com_users language file, /language/en-GB/en_GB.com_users.ini. Search for COM_USERS_EMAIL_ACCOUNT_DETAILS.

-Melissa

It looks correct to me at a quick glance.

Please verify that:
1. login-review is the position of the module
2. the Joomla plugin is enabled for 'Content - Load Modules'
3. the access level is correct to show the module to all users
4. the module is published
5. if you inspect where the module should be whether the code is present, but styles are just preventing it from showing.

Those are my quick suggestions...

-Melissa

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-Melissa

Jan-17-20 21:16:33
Integration into Blog Factory
Category: JFBConnect

Ok. Let us know if you have any questions.

Jan-17-20 13:59:51
After update of Sendy to Version 4.0.4.1, the integration with Joomla is not adding users to the...
Forum: Sendy

Thanks for letting us know!

-Melissa

Jan-15-20 15:36:12
Category: JFBConnect

Check out my answers to your other thread. Most of it's pretty straightforward CSS. If you have any questions for the changes, please follow up on that thread.

-Melissa

First, it looks like you've selected the sourcecoast theme for SCLogin. Have you tried switching to default? This usually fits in better with the template on the page. The sourcecoast one is what we use on our site here.

a) How can you easily adjust the same horizontal height for the controls and buttons (intermediate size between the two, half size button)

Code:

.sourcecoast .btn {

padding: 8px 11px;
}
.sourcecoast input[type="text"],
.sourcecoast input[type="password"] {
height: 36px;
}
b) if it was possible to have the lines (in case of forgetting ..) below on the same line because (you will notice) that I wish to have the minimum space before the content, to encourage visitors to see full content below

Code:

.sclogin.sourcecoast li {

float: left;
margin-right: 30px; /* example to get more space in between the forget items */
}
c) moreover it would also be a suggestion, when I buy JFB connect, that the networks also take up the minimum of space (and if possible by configuration in the back-end)

You can set up JFBConnect and SCLogin to use icons for each social login button (instead of the button with the icon and label) to take up less space (Instructions here). Going further than that, it would be a matter of CSS styling to get it shrunken down more. If you need help with that, I can give you suggestions if needed.

I like the way you present the registration | login in the menu at the top (see image).

I'd suggest starting with the Common Support Questions for SCLogin. The "How can i open the SCLogin Modal Popup with a regular link?" discusses our initial suggestions on how to get the menu bar item like ours. If you check it out and have any questions, please let us know.

-Melissa

If you need the full functionality with Joomla login and social login, I'd suggest that you load the SCLogin module into the view. Create an instance of SCLogin and then either
1) put it in an existing position on the page or
2) use Joomla's loadposition or loadmodule tags to add it directly to the content instead of the JFBCLogin easy-tag you're using. See this page for examples.

That is the incorrect code:

Code:

<?php echo $this->{JFBCLogin}?>

The correct text to add is

Code:

{JFBCLogin}

It is not php code. Our JFBConnect system plugin looks for the JFBCLogin text in the HTML (surrounded by braces to indicate it's an easy-tag) and replaces it with the appropriate social login buttons

-Melissa

Can you send me a private message (using the envelope icon under my avatar) to send us credentials and a URL where we can see this behavior?

-Melissa

1. Yes, you can use CSS media queries to target different screens.  Just figure out the widths for the views you need the smaller margin in. For example:

Code:

@media (max-device-width: 480px) { your css here } 

2. This would require a code change in JFBConnect that's not in place yet. I've added an issue to our tracker to add it. The change should be relatively simple to go into the next release.

-Melissa

Jan-13-20 15:22:46
auto registration is not working for facebook
Category: JFBConnect

It doesn't look like your Facebook account had an email address associated with it, just a phone number. Without an email address coming back from a social network, automatic registration will not work - hence, why you're seeing the mini-registration view. An email address is required information for creating a Joomla account. 

I added the email address to the test FB account, but you will need to verify it. Once that's done, can you please try to log in our your site again with the credentials and verify whether the automatic registration goes through or not.

-Melissa

Jan-13-20 15:01:58
Integration into Blog Factory
Category: JFBConnect

Then #2 would be the way to go.

For figuring out description from article text, if you look at our /libraries/sourcecoast/openGraphPlugin.php file, the getFirstArticleText method is what's called to grab the first X characters or words out of an article. This could help you out to get started.

Jan-10-20 15:25:44
Integration into Blog Factory
Category: JFBConnect

You can use our easy-tags to add the Open Graph values to the page. If you've added a key in the JFBConnect backend > Social > Admin area, this will need to be included in that tag with a parameter like key=12345; if not ignore that param in the following example.

Insert them into your content in the following format:

Code:


{SCOpenGraph og:image=FULL/PATH/TO/IMAGE.jpg}
{SCOpenGraph og:description=Your description here}

Now the trick is figuring out where to put the easy-tag.
1. You can manually put it in each blog entry when you create it in the editor.
2. You can find the right view that's displayed on the front-end and do a template override. This would require more work and PHP knowledge to dynamically create the tag values.

-Melissa
I'm not familiar with Blog Factory. But in general, for components look in the view directory and see if there's a file that you can do a template override for.

Ok. When you get a chance to try the standard module, let me know if you see different behavior.

Jan-09-20 14:28:14
auto registration is not working for facebook
Category: JFBConnect

I see the behavior you're experiencing. My thought that is that it still has something to do with the existing users. If you look at the username that's generated for this new user, it's rollau2. Can you look at the user details for the existing rollau user? If this doesn't shed light on it, you can send me a private message (using the envelope icon under my avatar) with backend credentials so that I can take a look.

-Melissa

I have disabled user registration but the form still appears. There appears to be a disconnect between SCLogin and com_users, as the extension seems to be ignoring the user options settings?

When you attempt the login with SCLogin, we're just passing the username and password to the com_users extension (the Joomla User component). Any subsequent behavior on what's shown is not under our control. Can you verify if you use the standard Joomla users module that you're seeing the same behavior?

Can you tell me which file the language string is in...I will edit that as suggested.

Without knowing the exact language string, I'd suggest looking in /language/xx-YY/xx-YY.com_users.ini

-Melissa

Jan-08-20 14:58:17
auto registration is not working for facebook
Category: JFBConnect

The Facebook account that you provided to test with has an error on attempting to log in that it's scheduled for deletion, preventing the login for me.

I was able to use my own test FB account on your site and the user was automatically created and logged in.

Can you double-check if you have an existing Joomla account with the "[email protected]" email address? If there's an existing account and an existing Facebook mapping to that account (found in JFBConnect > User Map area), JFBConnect will have to prompt to create an account to prompt for a new email address. This would be my first guess at what's happening with this account, so double check the Joomla account and User Map area and let me know.

-Melissa

Yup.

The buttons in SCLogin are in a module with class "sp-module". The buttons in the login page are in the Joomla login component with the ID "sp-component". To target just the ones in just the login page, use:

Code:

#sp-component .login img {

...
}

This functionality is not available within our extensions SCLogin or JFBConnect. I think there are extensions that do this but don't know of any specifically.

-Melissa

1b - The has a pull-left on it, so you can add this maybe?

Code:

.sourcecoast .intro {

float: none !important;
text-align: center;
}

Then I'd suggest tweaking the left padding on that item from 0 to something like 15px

Code:

padding: 6px 8px 0 0;

to

Code:

padding: 6px 8px 0 NEWVALUE;

1.a. To get the buttons under the text:

Code:

.social-login.facebook.jfbcLogin.pull-left {

clear: both;
}

1.b. To center on page

Code:

span.sourcecoast.login {

justify-content: center !important;
display: flex;
}

2. The CSS on your site includes a padding of 10px in the common.css file. This is not present in our version that's checked in and distributed. Is it possible that you've added it yourself at some point? Either way, I'd add the element for instagram in there if it's still an issue.

-Melissa

Dec-23-19 14:23:59
Facebook login button does not work anymore
Category: JFBConnect

Glad you were able to resolve the issue. Let us know if you need further assistance.

-Melissa

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