Thanks, simple and great!
Thanks for your very useful enhancement to the component. The ability to specify a page to redirect to upon logout has been added to QuickLogout 1.8.0. Thanks again!
The backend configuration could use a little clean up and organization, but for something that is free it is really superb and a great pice of work.
It is built properly allowing language & template overrides to be easily done!
Please remember that changes made in OpenX (especially on ramp) take time to trickle down through the web.
Setup took carful reading as you need to make sure you are grabbing the right links/numbers. There could be a touch extra documentation within the extension it's self, but truly is very simple.
Works great, maybe better then OpenX's own. (I choose this one as it is for 2.5)
Very happy customer!
I wish more extension authors would use MooTools, but beggars cant be choosers.
It was free so I won't complain. I also did not pursue help. May give this another whirl later.
I am sorry to hear you couldn't get it working... :(
9 out of 10 requests for help I get is related to jQuery (which you seem to suspect). I have included options to turn off jQuery loading and "no-conflict" handling in the options.
As many developers include jQuery inline there is also an option to include the dependencies for SFU as inline.
Mootools is great but unfortunately it lacks some functionality I need and the thick-box is quite limited...
I try to help out as best I can and I am sorry to see you didn't even bother contacting me before giving up...
Well, I hope you find something that works for you and if you want to give SFU a shot I am here to help...
One thing I do not like is that you must configure this via the plugin, and insert it via a module. But I can deal with this.
The setup does take awhile, because you need to setup users, apps, keys etc with Facebook, Google, Twitter. This is required by Facebook, Google, etc and can not be avoided by the developer. They do however provide great step by step instructions with screen shots. I had no idea what I was doing (ok, just a little) and got it up and running in about 30 minutes.
I do have one issue with login redirecting to the home/root page, when it "should" just stay put on the page. The issue seems to be related to the lack of trailing "/" on the SEF URL's
I am very satisfied with this extension