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The Facebook Connect Module was uploaded to the directory but when I install the module the whole site goes white blank, then we i delete the module from directory the site comes back.

This is the module i bought

I've paid $20 with the assumption that this will be an easy install !!

Please help ?

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    ok, I see that annoying in this site. Nothing more. All the best for everyone.

    | Posted 780 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    VA2013: Did you go into settings and set the required settings after you installed the module or would it not let you?

    Did you read the readme file include in the zip?

    | Posted 781 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    nop, its not letting me see the settings page in the first place, when i activate the module the whole site goes blank.

    | Posted 781 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    ok this is fixed, I've installed PHP5 curl which was missing in my host server...

    | Posted 781 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Do you created the facebook app?

    Right, i was install this module too, and people can login in my site with a not facebook address, anybody. This is a problem, i think.

    Try yourself, where say: ´Identifícate´ (login)

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    Even though you replied to someone requesting help on a different issue with your question I did notice your post and I did try your link. Seems to work the way I expected it to.

    I tried 'rattling the door' with a unregistered username with no password and received an error as I'd expect. You do want users who don't wish to use Facebook Oauth to still be able to register and login don't you? I do think that is working for you as it should.

    If you need help please post separately as it's hard to catch replies and replies make it appear as if the question or problem may have been answered already.

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