I would have to agree. Please let us know what your plans are. You are heading in the right direction, but as of yet I don't see the value of this. Please keep us informed of a update that would bring real value to this plug in. Good Luck!
If a user is logged in can you provide an option for an indetifier to appear with their name and photo just above the FBConnect/Logout Button?
Also provide a way to pass the FB contact info to Joomla User Manager.
Good work so far. I know you are planning to add more features. I thought I'd suggest some as well.
Tthe main reason for allowing FB connection is to easily obtain user contact info and to allow facebook users to provide content to my site.
I had tried using an older FB connection module that was free. It allowed you to store the FB contact info into the Joomla user mangaer. If someone logs in from FB they should be able to post a question or write an article, then a link to that article should be posted back on their FB wall.
With a facebook user logged in, shouldn't they show up as a guest user and be able to participate in other site features where joomla guest users are given access, like forums, etc..
Getting closer. The log in info works great
However, On inviting friends and choosing to send, i am redirected to facebook with this message...
The page you requested was not found.
You may have clicked an expired link or mistyped the address. Some web addresses are case sensitive.
I have installed 3 modules related to this plugin.
logi, connect, and invite
I only see these in Modules Manager
I have put in my API from facebook.
Not sure what to put under Facebook test user ID, so I put in my facebook login in username.
This is all I know to do. Are there any further instructions. As stated earlier I'm not getting content in the pop up and also the text "JFBCINVITE" shows up below the "FaceBook Connect" but there is no link or button to click on.
Upon clicking on the Facebook Connect Logo Button I get the following pop up with message:
500 - View not found [name, type, prefix]: xdreceiver,fbml,facebookView
You may not be able to visit this page because of:
an out-of-date bookmark/favourite