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Did I shut "shut off my other Facebook extensions"This is the number one reason for conflicts, and "Bad Things".
Are My "Domain" and "URL" settings correct in my Facebook App Settings?All to often an admin is working on a development site and these settings are actually wrong
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Here are some quick instructions of the use of the "Post to Wall on Register" plugin for JFacebook users.
- Install it
- Configure the above settings to what ever you like
The JF Login Module
This part is important. To be able to post any information to a user's Facebook page you have to have "PERMISSION". In this case that means the "Publish Stream" permission. That means you will need to ask the user at registration for that particular access.
In the JF Login Module configuration do the following:
- Check the 'Yes' option in the publish_stream permission parameter
- Also in the JF Login Module: Check the 'yes' option in the 'Use the custom permissions below' parameter
How to alter the default.php file to display your own logout button in JFacebook
We generate the logout button with the following:
<div class="fblogout"><?php echo JHTML::_('xfbml.logout', $ourparams); ?></div>
Which gives you:
If you have other Facebook extensions already installed and published on your site you may want to unpublish them while you are installing and working with janty electronic cigarette JFacebook.
Everything you can do with these other piece meal extensions can be done with JFacebook.
Go to the next Page to have a look.
One of our customers recently asked: "How do I get the likes for my website to show up on the Facebook Page I have set up for my business?".
Wanting to know the answer to this question myself, but having little time to think about it (being buried in code and all), I re-examined notes and documentation, and came up with the wrong answer. The answer I put forth, was "A vote for one, isn't a vote for the other". A Like for your Joomla website, is not a vote for your Facebook Page. They are two separate and distinct objects on the Facebook Social Graph.
While this is true, there is an obvious (now) solution. Put the url of your Facebook page in an href in your Like XFBML, i.e.
<fb:like href="http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=83144710678" mce_href="http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=83144710678"></fb:like>
Do that one your site, and VOILA! Likes from your webpage will show up on your Facebook Page.
To prove it, just click the Like button to the right and go check out the MMI app page:
Good Luck all!
The Like Box: From Joomla to Facebook
So this is how we solicit "Like" from our site for our Facebook Page. At this point in time you can't publish "Likes" and "Comments" for your website to you Facebook page. A vote for one thing, is not a vote for something else and they are two different things.
You can "Like" this article, because its a Object in the FB Social Graph, but that doesn't mean you like the Facebook Page that I use to promote my site.
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