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  • Resolved daro2013

    (@daro2013)


    Hi Developer,

    I have tried your Nextend Social Login plugin on my wordpress website, it does not allow me to save the settings for Facebook login after I entered App ID and App Secret. Here is the message generated when pressing Save button in Nextend settings:

    By replacing your existing Facebook App, users with linked Facebook accounts will no longer be able to login with Facebook.

    I have read the guide on your website, and use this short code on a registration page of my website:

    [nextend_social_login login=”1″ link=”1″ unlink=”1″ heading=”Connect Social Accounts”]

    so that users can link/unlink their facebook account with my website. But it does not show anything on front page except the same shortcode.

    Any advice is very appreciated.

    Cheers

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  • Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Great. It is working now. I ll give five stars shortly.

    One last question: is it possible to have different text for Login and Register pages? for example:

    Login with facebook for Login page
    Register with facebook for Register page

    Cheers

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by daro2013.
    Plugin Support Laszlo

    (@laszloszalvak)

    Hi @daro2013

    I am glad that solved the problem!

    As for your question about the labels:
    If you go to our Global Settings > General tab:

    then there you will find the setting called “Custom label for register buttons”.

    If you enable that setting, then on the Buttons tab of each provider:

    a new field will appear, called “Register label”

    The text that you enter into the “Login label” will be displayed in the Login forms ( that we have integration for ), and the text that you enter into the “Register label” will be displayed in the Register forms ( that we have integration for ).

    If you display the social buttons with shortcode, then with the “labeltype” shortcode parameter you can control the label that the social buttons should display.
    E.g.: this shortcode:
    [nextend_social_login labeltype="register"]
    could display the social buttons with the register labels that you set.

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    The best social login plugin for wordpress!

    5 stars has been given.

    Many thanks for great and wonderful support.

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Hi Laszlo,

    I could not see those users who registered using Nextend plugin on the User list at Backend of wordpress.

    Do I miss some settings?

    Cheers

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Update: I could see theme, but they are not registered in the order of users’ IDs?

    Cheers

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    that is difficult to find out who are the new users? Any better solution?

    Thanks

    Plugin Support Laszlo

    (@laszloszalvak)

    Hi @daro2013

    Thank your for your review! 🙂

    Returning to your questions:

    “Find out who are the new users”
    I am sorry, we don’t really have a feature to track if a user registered recently.
    But if you have some coding knowledge then actually you can do that with some custom coding, since in our <wp-preffix>social_users table ( e.g.: wp_social_users ) we are storing the link between the social media account and the WordPress account. And in that table we store the register date, the last login date and the link date as well.
    For those users who registered with social login, you will find a valid date under the “register_date” column.

    “I could not see those users who registered using Nextend plugin”
    Those users who have a valid date in the “register_date” column are the users who registered with Nextend Social Login.
    If you see a null value then that means the registration not happened with the provider that you see there. But:
    -it either happened with another provider of Nextend Social Login
    -or the user already had a WordPress account and the person linked a social media account to it.

    “Finding out if users have linked social media accounts”
    In the Pro Addon we have the “Show linked providers” setting at our Global Settings > General tab:

    and with that we can display the linked social media accounts in the WordPress default user table.
    However please note that, on this forum we are not allowed to provide help for commercial products, as it is only for the Free version.
    So if you are interested in this premium feature, then please rather get in touch with us directly over the ticket system here:

    and we will answer your questions about the premium features.

    Best regards,
    Laszlo.

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Hi,

    thanks for your support.

    I have also got errors saying:

    “User registration is currently not allowed”

    when registering using Google social login of the plugin. Some gmail addresses are allowed, some are not?

    what could be an issue with that?

    Cheers

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Update: The reason the new user ID is not in the order is it is not a new user, it is a user register with a gmail address before I created Google social login using Nextend plugin. Basically, any new user is not able to register with Google social login of Nextend.

    Do you know how to fix this?

    Many thanks

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    FIXED. I was stupid that I did not enable social login in Global Settings.

    Does Nextend have social sharing widgets? I can see only social login widget available?

    Thanks

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Hi,

    If there are no social sharing widget available, dont worry. It is quite easy to use PHP code to display social data from the wordpress profile page.

    Many thanks again for this amazing support and plugin.

    Plugin Support Laszlo

    (@laszloszalvak)

    Hi @daro2013

    As for the registration error:
    Yes, by default we inherit the WordPress default registration from WordPress > Settings > General > Membership – Anyone can register.
    So if you have that setting disabled the registration with Nextend Social Login will also be disabled. This way only those users can login with social login who:

    • already owns an existing WordPress account and the social media account is linked to the WordPress account.
    • or those who has an existing WordPress account and the WordPress account email address matches with the social media email address

    To allow the registration with social login,

    • you can either enable the registration on your entire WordPress site with the mentioned setting
    • or you could enable the registration with Nextend Social Login always, by setting our own “Membership” setting to “Enabled” at our Global Settings > General tab: https://nextendweb.com/nextend-social-login-docs/global-settings/

    “Does Nextend have social sharing widgets?”
    I am sorry, Nextend Social Login is only a social login / registration plugin. So we don’t have a social share features.

    Best regards,
    Laszlo.

    Thread Starter daro2013

    (@daro2013)

    Many thanks and God bless you!

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