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Jul-02-14 04:45:37
The page you are trying to access is restricted due to a security rule
Category: JFBConnect

Hi,

I am using the latest JFBConnect and SCLogin module but lately I realize that the SCLogin login gives me error when I try to login. After I type in the user and password, the URL becomes http://mydomain.com/mod_sec.html with page showing the following error text:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The page you are trying to access is restricted due to a security rule.

If you believe the security rule is affecting the normal operation of your website, contact your host support team and provide detailed instructions how to recreate this error.
They will be able to assist you with rectifying the problem and adjusting the security configuration if needed.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This error happen to direct login and also during post-logout of Google+

I use EasySocial registration on my website, so I did a test on EasySocial login, which is okay. Apparently this error is caused by JFBConnect/SCLogin components.

Please help shed light on this issue


https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/18109/mini_mod-sec-error.png

Mar-03-14 16:37:45
All the Facebook, Twitter, etc login options are missing from the EasySocial login page!!!
Category: JFBConnect

Alex,

HI thanks for the info. Yes, now I remember. The buttons have to be added manually. That's what I did last time during first EasySocial installation. Let me look at the steps. If it doesn't work, I will ask questions again.

Thanks

Mar-03-14 03:27:22
All the Facebook, Twitter, etc login options are missing from the EasySocial login page!!!
Category: JFBConnect

Recently I upgrade JFBConnect and JLinked, to use with my EasySocial. However, the Social login options are no longer appearing at the EasySocial login page. In other words, EasySocial login with "Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc, etc" line are missing. (See screenshot) Can you tell me what have I missed?

I have also just followed the JLinked migration steps to migrate the JLink function to the JFBConnect 6. Anyway I think this migration shouldn't matter because now NONE of the Social button show up at Easysocial. How to fix this problem of  the JFBConnect Social Button not appearing at the EasySocial login  main page?

Thanks for any suggestion!!

Regards,
https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/18109/mini_social-missing.png

Dec-14-13 04:15:35
How come I don't see any Opengraph plugin for Easysocial?
Category: JFBConnect

Hi,

Yes, your explanation has always been very clear.

Thanks!

Dec-14-13 04:12:42
Documentation instruction doesn't work
Category: JFBConnect

Hi,

Very subtle relationship between JLinked and JFBConnect. My immediate feedback to you is that JLinked should really really have been incorporated into JFBConnect the soonest. Why should just a Linkedin login be separated from the rest of the Facebook, Google+ and Twitter? These 4 community login are considered the 4-musketeers in the Social network world. It caused some 3rd party extension support issue. For example, some paid-subscription extension made it clear that they only support JFBConnect but not JLinked!!! And our client suddenly missed out the Linkedin liason capability!! Quite a disappointment!

Having given the above feedback, I must say that your explanation is very clear and made me understand the situation.

Thanks!

Dec-12-13 21:14:14
How come I don't see any Opengraph plugin for Easysocial?
Category: JFBConnect

For the JFBConnect component,  I see Opengraph plugin for Jomsocial, but where is the Opengraph function for Easysocial?

Thanks!

Dec-12-13 21:01:38
Documentation instruction doesn't work
Category: JFBConnect

Hi,

Yes, good advise. I re-installed JFBConnect and the EasySocial plugins finally appeared at the JFBConnect backend. However, it looks like the jfbclogin code addition is still a manul edit process. Hopefully this code can be added automatically during installation in future versions.

Next follow-on question: How about JLinked for Easysocial? Is it supported?
Now that the jfbclogin code seem to have added the LinkedIn login button for EasySocial, what is the role of JLinked in this context? The JLinked backend shows Jomsocial support but not Easysocial. In your site, you only mention about JFBConnect support for EasySocial, but no mentioning of JLinked support.

Any configuration change needed for JLinked component? Support or not supported? Need re-install to detect Easysocial plugin?

Please advise on the JLinked portion.

Thanks!

Dec-12-13 08:49:24
Documentation instruction doesn't work
Category: JFBConnect

My apology. Apparently this is a non-issue. The social login button won't appear at the front page but appears only at the Easysocial dedicated login page.

Please ignore this post. (sorry I can't find any option to delete it.)

Dec-12-13 02:58:43
Documentation instruction doesn't work
Category: JFBConnect

I have been using JFBConnect for quite a while and work with Jomsocial. Last week I installed Easysocial, but I have problem integrating the new EasySocial with existing JFBConnect login options. Nothing JFBConnect shows up.

Then I saw your site documentation asking us to edit the file /components/com_easysocial/themes/wireframe/login/default.php
to add the section -

<div class="row-fluid">
  <div class="span12" style="margin: 10px 0 0 0">
      {JFBCLogin text=Or, Login with}
  </div>
</div>

After adding the above lines, the EasySocial login page still doesn't have the JFBCLogin login option.
Also coincidentally, the JFBConnect configuration backend only shows various options for Jomsocial but nothing for EasySocial.

Can you tell me how come the JFBConnect components don't seem to detect my new installation of EasySocial and how to fix it?

Thanks!

Nov-20-13 02:38:22
Where has the download page gone to?
Category: JFBConnect

After I log in, in the My Dowloads page, there is no download. The "My Downloads" page just show the generic front page with my subscription ID and the bunch of Q&A statement. Is the website a little misconfigured?

Oct-22-13 04:13:14
EasyBlog and (JFBConnect and JLinked) integration???
Category: JFBConnect

Hi,

From your marketing collaterals, you mentioned that JFBConnect (in fact also JLinked) can be integrated into EasyBlog login, but in my site, I can't find where to integrate the JFBConnect (and JLinked) with EasyBlog. Can you tell me where is the missing link and docs to show me how to do that?

Thanks!!

I used Jlinked for login to my website with Jomsocial, but after clicking LinkedIn, the registration page come back with some "unnecessary" user profile fields like "Favourite Book" and a few other fields which I don't know why the fields came from. These fields should've been there. Looking at the URL they seems to be generated by jlinked. Can you tell me which possible part of Jlinked could have generated these unnecessary "User profile" section? See the screenshot. The URL name bears the jlinked part.
http://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/18109/Jlinked-regrs.png

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