SCLogin instead of Joomla login

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5 years 2 months ago #6169 by myisobel
myisobel created the topic: SCLogin instead of Joomla login
How do I make a link use SCLogin instead of Joomla login (User Component)?

Description:
I am using SCLogin (JFBConnect, one of the most popular I believe for facebook integration) which sort of overrides the native Joomla login to add social integration (fb/g+ authentication in my case) options as well for logging in / registering users.

It works a charm from my home page (all pages actually by clicking on the Login/Register buttons on the top-bar)

Under, 'advert specific settings' (DJ-Classifieds / Options) I set 'Contact only for registered' to YES.
Now when a non-registered user tries to view the contact details, it shows a link under contact that says "Please login to view contact".
Click on above link takes it to the 'Joomla Login (User Component). Ideally this should point to the SCLogin (JFBConnect) as well

How can I make this happen?
In short, all links on the site should only point to the SCLogin module & not the native Joomla module..

If you could suggest me please, how to accomplish this..

Thanks in advance

Davis

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5 years 2 months ago #6170 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: SCLogin instead of Joomla login
Hello,

DJ-Classifieds is using Joomla user component. There are two login views available:
- component view
- module view
SCLogin is just a module view, so when a user will be redirected to login, he will see the login component view.
What you can try to do is:
1) Create a login menu item on hidden menu
2) Assign SClogin module to the previously created menu item.
This way a user will see the component view and SClogin module on the same page.

Regards,
Marcin

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5 years 2 months ago #6189 by myisobel
myisobel replied the topic: SCLogin instead of Joomla login
Thank you Marcin. As usual, prompt reply & spot on with the suggestion.

Cheers

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5 years 2 months ago #6195 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: SCLogin instead of Joomla login
You are welcome :)

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4 years 10 months ago #7071 by zeleniy
zeleniy replied the topic: SCLogin instead of Joomla login
I have about the same problem. I have a site bazar.place . On the main page if not authorized user click "Login" in topBar he will come to the "proper" page with icons of social authorization. If click "Register" it will come too to "proper" page with icons of social authorization. But if click "+Post advert" user redirects to some page/view where there is no social authorization. How to fix this?

P.S. I use Slogin extension and integrate them to the login-form and registration-form pages.

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4 years 10 months ago #7085 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: SCLogin instead of Joomla login
Hello,

Well, it is a little different issue.
The login form at post advert page does not have any menu item id.
There is no possiblity to assign a module for that login form only. It will display those modules which are assigned to all pages only.

I have discussed this issue with the DJ-Classifieds author and you can contact the DJ-Extensions.com support for a solution to this issue:
dj-extensions.com/submit-a-ticket

Regards,
Marcin

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