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[resolved] Password, Avatar and comments issue (3 posts)

  1. bluesalman
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    First of all great work and appreciate your efforts.
    Hope your beta goes smooth and wish you get good response after the launch.

    1. Password
    When Users are registered/signed in with social login, a new user is created and email is saved, either by manual entering or fetching from social network. But when user try to change his password he is unable to change it,

    My question is , is it by design ?
    in this case every time user has to click on social network icon and he must be signed in with his social network. or he has to manually reset his password through forgot password. Is it by design?
    any solution of above issue?

    2. Avatar
    I was able to change the avatar size for thumbnails in sidebar but i am using buddypress, and in buddypress profile this avatar is not being displayed, an example http://tacbit.com/members/xohaibsiddiqui53/

    this user's avatar is displaying fine in sidebar.

    3. Comments
    as per description visitors can comment using social login but i dont know how to activvate this feature, can you please guide? is it only placing social login tag in comments template or, there is something else required?

  2. bluesalman
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    4. Many Companies block facebook and social networks on their corporate network.
    I have just observed that users who signed in using facebook, their avatar is not showing anywhere when connected to corporate network, which means it is being fetched every time page is loaded, and if facebook is blocked no avtar will be shown for users registered with social login. Please consider this for future release,

  3. Claude
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi bluesalman,

    But when user try to change his password he is unable to change it,

    A user that has logged in with his social network account doesn't need a password on your website. Why do you want him to change it?

    I was able to change the avatar size for thumbnails in sidebar but i am using buddypress, and in buddypress profile this avatar is not being displayed,

    The theme that you are using probably does not use the WordPress/Buddypress avatar hooks. Could you check how does the theme displays the avatars?

    ut i dont know how to activvate this feature, can you please guide?

    You can just add the shortcode [oa_social_login] into your HTML-Code, at the location wher you want the buttons to be displayed!

    hich means it is being fetched every time page is loaded, and if facebook is blocked no avtar will be shown for users registered with social login.

    Thank you for this suggestion, we will have a look.

    Regards,

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