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Nov-29-18 18:04:34
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Category: JFBConnect

Glad we could help and that it was an easy fix current/smile

Nov-28-18 13:57:08
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Category: JFBConnect

Bad request token usually indicates that the Callback URL is incorrect. It should be formatted as your full website URL with 'index.php'. You can add as many callback URLs as necessary for all variations of your site, like:

Code:

http://www.sourcecoast.com/index.php

https://www.sourcecoast.com/index.php
http://sourcecoast.com/index.php
https://sourcecoast.com/index.php

You also might want to quickly run through Twitter Application Setup Guide to verify that your other application settings are correct.

Let us know if that helps. Sometimes there are other less common causes for that error.

-Melissa

-Melissa

I'm sorry for the delay in response. What you're asking can be accomplished with our Channels feature in JFBConnect. When the Joomla article is published, we can automatically push a post to the FB page.

You can find detailed instructions at our Quick Start Guide for "Post Content to Social Networks".

In general, you'll have to 1) create a channel to the FB page 2) set the channel owner to an administrator of the FB page 3) set up an Open Graph object to that specific category and then 4) configure the autopost options in the channel. There are other nuances such as accepting permissions, etc, so I highly encourage you to read the Quick Start Guide section first. Of course, if you have any further questions, please let us know.

-Melissa

It sounds as if you have two instances of the SCLogin module on your page. If you want to fix the warning now, you'll have to do a template override of the /modules/mod_sclogin/joomlaLogin_vertical.php file and update some styles.

1. In the file you'll replace the line around line 48

Code:

<input name="<?php echo $passwordName; ?>" tabindex="0" id="sclogin-passwd" class="input-block-level" alt="password" type="password" placeholder="<?php echo JText::_('MOD_SCLOGIN_PASSWORD') ?>" required aria-required="true">

with

Code:

<input name="<?php echo $passwordName; ?>" tabindex="0"class="sclogin-passwd input-block-level" alt="password" type="password" placeholder="<?php echo JText::_('MOD_SCLOGIN_PASSWORD') ?>" required aria-required="true">

2. In your CSS file (/media/sourcecoast/themes/sclogin/sourcecoast.css), you'll need to replace instances of #sclogin-passwd with .sclogin-passwd

I'll create an issue in our tracker to fix this for the next release, but the above should help you workaround it for now.

-Melissa

Nov-21-18 16:02:03
add uri redirection for App of vk.com
Category: JFBConnect

Generally, this error is because the application setting for the redirect URI is incorrectly formatted.

In the Instagram Developer area, navigate to your client app > Security tab. The "Valid redirect URIs" setting should be in the format of https://www.yoursite.com/index.php.

-Melissa

Oct-24-18 16:11:08
og:url generation problem
Category: JFBConnect

In Social Meta > Configuration area, do you have any values set in the "Defaults" setting?

In the JFBConnect backend > Configuration > Advanced section, can you enable the Social Toolbar option? Then on the front-end of your website, use the Social Toolbar at the bottom and click the "Social Meta" button. Let me know what the og:url Origin column value is. This will help us figure out how JFBConnect is building up that strange value.

-Melissa

Sep-27-18 15:01:29
Facebook related JFBConnect modules not loading properly
Category: JFBConnect

I went to the page for that article and the comments plugin loaded for me.

https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/73/mini_comments.png

Does your browser have any extensions/etc running that may be blocking the content? Did you already resolve this on your own?

-Melissa

Sep-26-18 20:25:33
JFB does no redirect to the correct page
Category: JFBConnect

Glad I could help. Let us know if you run into any further issues.

-Melissa

You can send me a private message if you click on the envelope icon under my avatar.

My first and obvious guess is that the JFBConnect install you're using is too old. However, sometimes we do conflict with other extensions that integrate with Facebook. JFBConnect uses the recommended javascript library from FB, but there are still some extensions that have not been upgraded to the current library - which causes login/social widget/etc functionality to break. Without seeing what you've added, I wouldn't know which it is. Could you point me to a URL that has the chat or provide the code that you added?

That being said, version 7.0.2 from 2 years ago is definitely outdated. Facebook has changed extensively in that time period. I'd be surprised if all of the functionality is still working in that JFBC version...

-Melissa

Sep-26-18 13:50:36
invalid_request OAuth authorization cannot be used from native VK applications
Category: JFBConnect

Glad that I could help and it was a simple fix current/smile

Sep-26-18 13:43:57
JFB does no redirect to the correct page
Category: JFBConnect

You mention that you've set the option for redirection in the module (SCLogin?). We have several options for redirection. The redirection settings for social logins are actually found in the component in JFBConnect backend > Configuration > General section. SCLogin's options for redirection only apply if logging in/out with a standard Joomla user. If you've already set the component settings and are still having problems, please let us know.

-Melissa

Sep-24-18 17:04:18
invalid_request OAuth authorization cannot be used from native VK applications
Category: JFBConnect

Ahh, when I click on the VK login button on that page, the client ID in the authorization request does not match the client ID that was in your screenshot. Make sure you're using the Application ID and Secure Key, not Secure Key and Service Token.

Sep-24-18 14:14:08
invalid_request OAuth authorization cannot be used from native VK applications
Category: JFBConnect

Hmm. Those settings look correct. The only difference I see from your app to ours is a / at the end of the website address. Can you try adding this?

Also, I can't find the login buttons / SCLogin module on your website. Can you point me to a specific URL where I can try to reproduce the behavior?

-Melissa

Sep-21-18 14:43:26
invalid_request OAuth authorization cannot be used from native VK applications
Category: JFBConnect

Usually this error is seen if the application is set up incorrectly. Can you go into your app at https://vk.com/dev and tell me that values for Website Address Base Domain, and Authorized redirect URI?
* Site address should be the home page of your website with http or https
* Base domain should not include https or www.
* Try leaving the redirect URI's blank

-Melissa

Sep-19-18 14:33:39
Fail: Another Facebook extension is installed, including the Facebook Javascript library, and may...
Category: JFBConnect

Nope, the two scripts right above that one are ours.

I see the following in your source:

Code:

<div class="fb-quote"></div>

When we include the quotes widget with JFBConnect, we try to add a URL to that widget. Could you try checking out the social integration options in K2 one more time? I don't see any other obvious choices. Unless there are comments in the code from the other extension developers, we usually have to go extension by extension in the backend to see what else is adding it too.

-Melissa

Sep-18-18 14:13:02
Link to user profile not showing

Currently in SCLogin, we only display the profile link on the profile picture image. If "Enable Profile Picture" is set to Joomla and you're using a third party extension for "Registration Component" that stores the avatar, we'll use that component's profile link. However, since Joomla profiles/users don't have an avatar, we're not displaying the link anywhere right now.

It would be pretty straightforward to add the link, without having the profile pic.

1. In /modules/mod_sclogin/helper.php at line 271, replace

Code:

$this->profileLink = '';

with

Code:

$this->profileLink = JRoute::_('index.php?option=com_users&view=profile', false);

2. Now that the link is built, you'll need to display it somewhere. You can do a template override of the /tmpl/logout.php file
At line 29 after the block to print out the greeting name call, you can just add

Code:

echo '<div><a href="'.$helper->profileLink.'">View Profile</a></div>';

I've added an issue to our tracker to add an option to display this profile link, but hopefully this should get you going in the meantime. Let me know if you have questions or problems with the code snippet.

-Melissa

Sep-17-18 20:44:20
SC Login not showing up a custom themes

SCLogin looks at the file system to see what themes are available.

A couple of thoughts
* verify that this is the correct template that's enabled for your site
* make sure you have a unique name for the theme file
* check the permissions on that directory to make sure you have read permissions.

Let us know if this helps point you in the right direction or if you are still having issues.

-Melissa

Sep-14-18 00:51:31
Authorised domains are correctly saved in App configuration, but they aren't recognised by...
Category: JFBConnect

The JFBCFeed widget was removed from JFBConnect quite some time ago. For an updated list of available easy-tags, please go into the JFBConnect backend > Social > Examples tab. Then select Facebook as the provider to the see the list of FB widgets. You can also add the widgets to your page using the SCSocialWidget module by selecting the FB provider, appropriate widget type and the widget's parameters.

[Edited to add] Since you're setting up a channel and talking about test preview, it sounds like you want to use the SCSocialStream module. In that module, you'll be able to select the channel you've just created and the module will pull in that channel's posts.

-Melissa

Sep-13-18 13:00:44
Registration option not showing
Category: JFBConnect

Sorry for the delay in our response. That screencast looks like the login view for the Joomla users component. JFBConnect can either prepend or append the login button to that component view, but doesn't insert anything into the middle of the form. To add your own button, you'll need to do a template override of the com_users view. The file you want to create an override for is located at /components/com_users/login/tmpl/default_login.php

-Melissa

Sep-06-18 14:44:37
JFB Login module does not show the username and password
Category: JFBConnect

Glad it was an easy fix and I could help.

Sep-06-18 14:44:37
JFB Login module does not show the username and password
Category: JFBConnect

Glad it was an easy fix and I could help.

Sep-05-18 15:36:03
JFB Login module does not show the username and password
Category: JFBConnect

This is coming from a conflict with your template and our css.

Your template has a style

Code:

.uk-checkbox, .uk-input, .uk-radio, .uk-select, .uk-textarea, .uneditable-input:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=checkbox]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=color]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=date]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=datetime-local]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=datetime]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=email]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=month]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=number]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=password]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=radio]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=search]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=tel]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=text]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=time]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=url]:not([class*=uk-]), input[type=week]:not([class*=uk-]), select:not([class*=uk-]), textarea:not([class*=uk-]){ 

font:inherit;
}

If I add a style for that input for font-size:initial, the text is readable again.

If you add the following to your theme for SCLogin, you should be set:

Code:

.sourcecoast .input-append input, .sourcecoast .input-prepend input {

font-size: initial;
}

-Melissa

Glad we could help. Let us know if you run into any further issues.

-Melissa

Aug-19-18 13:13:53
I would like all social media icons to fit into one line.
Category: JFBConnect

There are two places you can do this.

* Set the SCLogin module > Social Button Settings > "Image Style" setting for each of the social network providers. If you'd like to just change the SCLogin module button sizes, you can do it here.
* If you'd like to change it for any time the login buttons are displayed (e.g. the Joomla login page, with easy-tags, etc), also set the JFBConnect backend > Configuration > "Default Login Button" setting for each provider tab.

-Melissa

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