Forum Activity for @brian

brian
@brian
16 Jan 2019 01:20:25PM
9,726 posts

Video Poster Background Not Showing


Using Jamroom

SoftDesigns:
Is there no simple built in JR Tag that can embed an external MP4 into the bio field?

Just paste the URL in. The URL scan module will make a card out of it if the remote site has the proper OG tags. Otherwise how is Jamroom supposed what you are linking to?
brian
@brian
16 Jan 2019 01:18:24PM
9,726 posts

Make Custom Module Pages Searchable


Jamroom Developers

OK instead of going this route then, you need to just UPDATE your existing module that is writing the pages to the sitemap and in the same process add them to the datastore. You already have the URLs right there - there is no need to go out and re-read them back from the sitemap.
brian
@brian
16 Jan 2019 01:16:28PM
9,726 posts

seo search terms module


Suggestions

The information needed to provide this is no longer provided by Google or other search providers (i.e. the keyword used to get to to your page). You really should be using Google Analytics on your site if you want access to this type of info - that is way more in depth than anything we can provide for you.
brian
@brian
14 Jan 2019 03:48:48PM
9,726 posts

Mobile Menu Not Working


Installation and Configuration

This is fixed in the latest Audio Pro update - update and it should be fixed.

Thanks!
brian
@brian
14 Jan 2019 03:47:47PM
9,726 posts

Make Custom Module Pages Searchable


Jamroom Developers

I'm struggling to figure out what you are trying to do here. It sounds like you are trying to take the URLs in your sitemap.xml file and put them into a DS so they will show up in search? Is that correct? If so, you do not need to do any of this. The sitemap.xml file is generated off of the existing DS's in your Jamroom, so the data you are trying to ADD to search is already available in search.

So you have a profile URL like this:

huntsville-alabama-electricians

That's already going to be found in your jrProfile DS. There's no sense creating ANOTHER module to insert items into a DS, which in turn provides a search key for an already existing search. Does that make sense?
brian
@brian
14 Jan 2019 03:44:59PM
9,726 posts

Bridge search neq or ne


Proxima

You are correct - it is ne - I will fix the docs.
brian
@brian
14 Jan 2019 09:11:57AM
9,726 posts

Make Custom Module Pages Searchable


Jamroom Developers

PatriaCo:
PERFECT!

So this goes back to my earlier question of the best way to populate the datastore. Is there a way to bulk import or hardcode or take the data that I want to add from the sitemap module? Adding them one at a time via a form would take a very long time.

There's no built in way to do that - you'd have to create code that would parse out your sitemap and insert them into the DS.
brian
@brian
14 Jan 2019 09:01:37AM
9,726 posts

Mobile Menu Not Working


Installation and Configuration

mountaintop:
using Audio pro skin

I don't see this on Elastic2, but I do see it not working on Audio Pro, so something is up - we will check it out.
brian
@brian
14 Jan 2019 08:58:13AM
9,726 posts

Make Custom Module Pages Searchable


Jamroom Developers

To make your module work with search you just need to register for it in your module's init function:

jrCore_register_module_feature('jrSearch', 'search_fields', 'myCustomModule', 'key_one,key_two', 'Item Title');

Where:

key_one and key_two are the datastore key fields you want to search (you can have from 1 to N fields - as many as you want) and "Item Title" is the title that they will show up under when a result is displayed.

For jrCore_list you don't have to do anything at all - it is automatic once you use a datastore in your module.
brian
@brian
12 Jan 2019 07:37:12AM
9,726 posts

Can't get SSL to work


Using Jamroom

hello77957:
Hi, yes i'd checked and re-checked the config.php (also deleted the cache folders). I'm using the Elastic2 skin 'as is'.

Strangest thing, I've just tried the site again with https and it seems to be working. It's enabled from my server end but not in jamroom config. I'm loathe to 'fix it when it aint broken' but will it cause any issues down the line if I don't have the redirect in the config file?

I'm not sure what you mean about a "redirect" in the config file. There's only one URL setting in the data/config/config.file - make sure it is set with https - i.e.

$_conf['jrCore_db_host'] = 'https://www.yoursite.com';

I'd do it in these steps:

- log in to your site before changing anything and go to Developer Tools and turn on Developer Mode - that will prevent caching from playing a part
- make the change in the data/config/config.php file to update your URL to the SSL version of the URL

That's pretty much it - you can add a forced redirect from non-SSL to SSL in your .htaccess file once you're sure everything is working.

Let me know if that helps.
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