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  • Doc Fluty
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    I sure will!

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  • Deverill
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    Originally posted by Doc Fluty View Post
    No kiddin... i was ready to give up on it for a week, month or whatever until some update came out that made it easier lol

    Now I just gota find out how to get a tab on my fan page that leads to the app.
    I havent figured that part out yet so if you do then let me know lol

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  • Doc Fluty
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    No kiddin... i was ready to give up on it for a week, month or whatever until some update came out that made it easier lol

    Now I just gota find out how to get a tab on my fan page that leads to the app.

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  • Deverill
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    Yay! It's tiresome isnt it getting it going but I am chuffed that mines there and well mostly working lol. Just getting it 'there' was an achievement haha!

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  • Doc Fluty
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    Deverill!

    Thank you!

    That fixed it and the forum is not working on the app!

    It was a long process but Im glad we all came together in this task lol.

    Seriously... thank you all!

    Lonnie

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  • Deverill
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    Doc, for the error try the suggestion in this thread - https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...+foreach%28%29

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  • Doc Fluty
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    Trevor, thank you so much... I have got closer.

    I can actually click on the explore and forums button... but there is nothing there

    https://apps.facebook.com/military-f...egory_list.php

    I get this error on the forum section

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /nfs/c09/h01/mnt/127936/domains/bootcamp4me.com/html/apps/social/forums.php on line 28
    Last edited by Doc Fluty; Fri 17 Feb '12, 2:58am.

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  • Trevor Hannant
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    Facebook Settings:

    Site URL should be the same as AdminCP > Settings > Options > Site Name / URL / Contact Details > Forum URL

    The Canvas URL and Secure Canvas URLs should be the URL to the FB App files on your server.


    FB Config.php file:

    define('FACEBOOK_CANVAS_URL', 'https://apps.facebook.com/military-forum/');
    define('FACEBOOK_APP_SITEURL', 'WEB-PATH-TO-FB-FILES');

    define('vB_SITE_ROOT', 'http://www.bootcamp4me.com/military-forum/');



    I see you are using vBSEO on that site. The redirection of vBSEO interferes with using the Mobile Suite API on your forums. You will need to exclude vBSEO from interacting with API urls this in your configuration.

    In your vbseo settings, you will need to add api.php to your exclude section.

    1) vBSEO CP -> General Settings -> vBSEO Options -> Exclude Pages.
    2) Add api.php
    3) Save your settings
    4) Edit the vBSEO .htaccess file to change:

    Code:
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !(admincp/|modcp/|cron)
    to:

    Code:
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !(admincp/|modcp/|cron|api\.php)

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  • Doc Fluty
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    Thanks Steve, but I did that back in post #12

    Originally posted by Doc Fluty View Post
    Tech support suggested to take out the "html" part.... that helped a little.

    Im getting something on the facebook page but its still not working right.
    It did get my app showing on facebook... but none of the buttons still work.

    The forum still doesnt work or anything.. but my logo and the base plate shows up.

    Also, I tried changing out the "fb" file name for "social" to see if that fixes the problem like Deverill suggested.

    But it is still not working.

    https://apps.facebook.com/military-forum/

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  • SteveLV702
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    put your URL in everything as

    http://www.bootcamp4me.com/apps/fb/

    take out the html part.... as when I visit http://www.bootcamp4me.com/apps/fb/ I get the correct blank white page........

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  • Deverill
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    All I did was take the fb/ off the end of all the urls, save changes. Take fb/ off the urls in the app publisher on vbulletin, save changes, download files and reupload to server overwriting the existing ones and it worked!

    Just beats me why it wouldn't work when having the directory in the URL. Could be something to with me using a sub domain but still it doesn't make sense!

    Hope you sort it!

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  • Doc Fluty
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    All of my files are in a folder called fb also, I wonder if thats the issue lol

    Thanks for any help you can give... I wish for $100 that vbulletin would instal these or even offer instalation as an option for $40 or so lol

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  • Deverill
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    I just get a error when trying to view your app. I dunno then mate, I know how frustrating it is as I was banging my head against a brick wall for two days.

    I had the files installed IN a directory called /fb/ BUT it would not work with that at the end of my urls... Which is rather bizarre don't you think?

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  • Doc Fluty
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    Tech support suggested to take out the "html" part.... that helped a little.

    Im getting something on the facebook page but its still not working right.

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  • Deverill
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    Don't edit the config unless you know how.

    Just make sure in the publisher that the app site URL matches the one it's meant to in the Facebook settings. I.e if it's got fb/ at the end then remove it (reupload the files) And see if it works.

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