We are making use of a new software delivery and licensing system called
DigitalDeliveryApp.com and we've written a simple component to interface with that system.
If you are a registered user and you used you account email to buy the package your purchase will show it in your orders @ http://jrumblr.com/my-stuff/my-purchases.html
Otherwise, you don't even need to login to get the package, just keep the email that you received when you purchased the package. The download link will be good for one year from the date of the purchase.
We get 90% of our traffic from the Joomla! Extension Directory. People like you find us that way and we appreciate the Joomla! community and what OpenSource Matters does on a daily basis.
Recently Facebook removed the autologout attribute from their <fb:login-botton> xFBML tag. This means that the Login/Register button will show and do nothing once the user is logged into your site/application.
All JFacebook users should upgrade to at least version 1.5.3, which is now available @ http://jfacebookjoomla.com/download-jfacebook.html.
Just use the following Coupon code at Checkout: MMIUP001
Recently I received a good question about development and deploying of Facebook applications on your localhost.
The process is pretty straight forward, but requires some editing of some Apache and System files.
You need to set up your System's host file to render a domain to your local host and set your Apache configuration file to serve up the appropriate file path for that domain. After you have that working,
Likes and Comments on All Pages
The latest addition to JFacebook functionality is the ability to add Facebook Like Button (with or with out a Send Button) and/or a Facebook comment box to your page.
The Username strategy is there to let you chose the Scheme you want or customize your own. The three and three username scheme for example takes the first three letters of the first and last names and applies them as the username, for example.
We get all kinds here. Great Joomla developers/admins with no exprience with Facebook. Great Facebook devs, with no experience in Joomla. This short piece focuses on the first group of these two.
Yes, Facebook is social. We all know that. Social information, by its very nature is personal information. Its about us (and our users)
Being "social" also means relationships and as importantly communication.
This fall has seen Facebook go through one huge change in the way they provide their SSO (single sign on) service. All new Apps on Facebook must use the OAUTH 2.0 authentication protocol (http://oauth.net/2).
Here are a couple of "Layout Overrides" for all you guys who use RocketTheme templates (I love em).
If your Facebook login/logout buttons aren't working properly in the Popups, just upload these guys to a folder in your current template directory called "html/mod_jfacebookloginmodule" (You need to make the directory, before you ask, ;)).