After logging into your site, I see that you have not authenticated your channel owner on the front-end for either Twitter or LinkedIn. (In JFBConnect > UserMap, there are no entries and also when you open the LinkedIn channel in the backend, the error message 'The selected user has not authenticated with LinkedIn' shows up).
From the front-end, you will need to log in with your user and then connect to both LinkedIn and Twitter to get the streams to be able to show up. Once you have authenticated with these, please open up the channels in the backend to make sure there are no further errors listed. If there are, please refer to the channel configuration setup guide again to see how to resolve them - https://www.sourcecoast.com/jfbconnect/ … l-channel.
That's strange. I made the same change on my site and the picture that came in looked fine with no pixelation. Here are some things to try:
1) Verify in Facebook that your profile picture actually has dimensions that are 800x800 or greater. If not, upload a newer higher-res picture to test with.
2) In Components > JFBConnect > Configuration > General Tab, set the 'Cache Duration' to 0.
3) On Components > JFBConnect > Profiles > K2 tab, set 'Always Import Profile Data' and 'Import Avatar' to yes.
4) Log out on your front end and re-login with the Facebook account you're testing with.
5) Re-check the K2 item on the front-end and see if the avatar looks ok.
Could you check that 1) the pic_tmp.jpg file actually exists and 2) the directory it's being copied to (home/ysirios/public_html/images/avatar) exists and has the correct write permissions?
It looked like you were coming from an older version of JFBConnect (4.x) and there were some problems with the upgrade. Some of the plugins and libraries did not get installed properly. I was able to get the latest version successfully installed, so you shouldn't be seeing the fatal error anymore. A lot has changed since v4.x, so make sure you review all of our new configuration settings.
It looks like you're using a separate module (not SCLogin) to get the modal popup from the text links at the top of the page. Then you're embedding the SCLogin inside of that popup. You can see this happening by first clicking your 'Log In' link and then clicking the 'Log in' button on the modal. The SCLogin form with username and options appear now.
You have two options to fix this: 1) Set the SCLogin 'Login View Settings' to always visible instead of modal, and the login form should show up within the modal you have created or 2) Use the SCLogin module instead of your modal/and text links - for this, use the SCLogin 'Modal Style' text links option to get text links instead of buttons and 'Login View Settings' of modal.
Just to clarify a point from Alex, if you follow the steps for switching the registration component to Joomla, you should still be able to have the profile fields imported from K2. Keep the Social Profiles - K2 plugin enabled, and set the 'Always Import Profile Data' and 'Import Avatar' settings to Yes. The profile data should still be imported into K2, but the user may not have the ability to edit the field data on registration. As always, test this out and let us know if you continue to have issues.
Please follow our guide here: https://www.sourcecoast.com/jfbconnect/ … tion-setup
If you're still having trouble after following these steps, please let us know what specific issues you are having and we'll gladly try to help you out.
Right now we don't have the greatest way to do that from the backend component, but for now you can edit the following file to change the dimensions.
In components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/profile/facebook.php around line 214, you will see the following two lines of code where you can change the 300 to 800:
$width = $params->get('width', 300);
$height = $params->get('height', 300);
Please note, that not all Facebook profile pictures are going to be that large, so you may still get some pixelation, but this can get you closer. I will also put a task in for our next release to be able to set this easier from the backend, instead of needing to edit code.
You will also need to enable the 'Social Profiles - JomSocial' plugin. After it is enabled, go back to JFBConnect > Profiles and the settings for the JomSocial import will then be displayed. Make sure to enable the Always Import Profile Data and Import Avatar settings for the avatar import.
This should get you going, but let us know if you need any further help.
Pinterest requires an image to be set for the article before the Pin It button is displayed. For JFBConnect to automatically detect an image on the page, please enable our "Open Graph - Content" plugin. The plugin will try to pull in an image from the article or its category, so make sure at least one of these has an image set.
Let us know if you need any further help if this doesn't fix your issue.
Here's a quick overview of how to add posts to the SCSocialStream module:
To access the posts from a Twitter Stream, Facebook Page or Group, or LinkedIn Company Page, you will need an API key for those services, so you'll need to create an application for them. The API key is what's used to authenticate your site for posting to, or reading from, the streams. Make sure you have these configured properly in JFBConnect.
Once you have those, you need to setup the Channel in the admin area and authenticate with the right user on the front end. Full documentation on creating a channel (whether for posting to or reading from) can be found below:
https://www.sourcecoast.com/jfbconnect/ … al-channel
After the channel is set up, then select them in the SCSocialStream module.
If you need more help going further, please let us know.
From a quick look at your front-end, it looks like you've set the Position setting to "Float". This will float it to the side/top of your screen like I'm seeing on your page. Try switching the Position setting to the "Fixed". This will put it into the module position you specify.
If you do change your mind and want it to float, you can also change the margin, padding, and float position settings. You can see an example of it floated on sourcecoast.com
Let me know if you need further help going forward after trying this.
Here are some quick things to try:
First, could you verify that the JFBCSystem plugin is enabled?
Second, please make sure that the "SourceCoast Extensions Library" version 3.2.2 is installed and enabled. If it's not, then try reinstalling JFBConnect.
Let me know how that goes and we can work from there.
I just posted the new 6.2.2 version. Please let us know if you continue to have this issue after updating.
We're sorry for the inconvenience.
Hi there! We recently overhauled our website and left off the Version Verification Tool for Joomla 1.5. I have posted the last stable release for Joomla 1.5 on our site. Please use the following link to download the installation zip file: http://www.sourcecoast.com/index.php?op … Itemid=259
As is recommended by Joomla.org itself, we recommend you upgrade to Joomla 2.5 or Joomla 3.x. We no longer support Joomla 1.5 either, but have no problem providing our older tools for you. We hope they help!
Thanks for letting us know about the bug. I just checked in the change for the next release.
With version JFBConnect v4.2, we started using Transifex for our language translations and the bug was introduced there. If you'd be interested in seeing the translations before our releases come out and thus causing issues like this, feel free to create an account on transifex.com and request to be a translator for our JFBConnect project - https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/jfbconnect/. We'd love to have your contributions.
Just checking back in for this issue - Which versions of JomSocial, Joomla and JLinked are you using? I am trying to reproduce this with JomSocial 2.6.0, Joomla 2.5.6 and JLinked 1.2.2. I was able to succesfully import the Date of Birth from LinkedIn into both a text field and a birthdate field in JomSocial with no problems.
I just posted a new version for Joomla 2.5 which checks for 2.5.5 and 2.5.6. You should be able to download it from our extensions page: http://www.sourcecoast.com/free/free-product-overview
Sorry for the delay in response to this post; we've been busy working on getting new releases of JFBConnect and JLinked out. I've just uploaded new versions of Version Verification Tool and they should be available for download now. For Joomla 2.5, versions 2.5.0 through 2.5.4 are now supported. For Joomla 1.5, version 1.5.26 is now supported.