Forum Activity for @michael

michael
@michael
04/15/24 09:03:08PM
7,697 posts

Premium Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Just install them from the marketplace. All premium plugins can be installed on as many sites as you care to build on jamroom hosting.

If they're not showing up as INSTALL in ACP -> CORE -> MARKETPLACE then check your license key is matching at ACP -> CORE -> MARKETPLACE -> TOOLS -> MARKETPLACE SYSTEMS
michael
@michael
04/15/24 07:11:44PM
7,697 posts

Header from audio pro used on The Pro Jam


Design and Skin Customization

best idea is to copy the style, not the code. They're different skins with different css classes so you cant just grab a chunk of one skin's css and expect it to work on another skin.

Hit F12 on your keyboard, to bring up developer tools. Fiddle with the css of the elements you want to change, then add those rules in to the css file.
michael
@michael
04/15/24 05:56:30PM
7,697 posts

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Jamroom Hosting

Server should be ready now.
michael
@michael
04/15/24 05:54:45PM
7,697 posts

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Jamroom Hosting

In your HOSTING tab on your profile you should now see MY SERVERS and under that the server being created.

Could you go to the next tab along PAYMENTS and in the upper right there should be button UPDATE CREDIT CARD. Hopefully clicking that brings up the details modal.
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michael
@michael
04/15/24 05:44:48PM
7,697 posts

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I'll just build it for you then we can connect up the payments system after its done. should take 15 min ish then you'll get an email saying its up.

Thanks for the screenshots, i've used that info.
michael
@michael
04/15/24 05:38:55PM
7,697 posts

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Jamroom Hosting

huh. not good. Sorry about that. Do you get this popup modal. (screenshot)
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michael
@michael
04/15/24 05:07:37PM
7,697 posts

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well thats not a good start. :( where are you running into that? when you're trying to activate a server?
michael
@michael
03/26/24 07:19:18PM
7,697 posts

Implementing SSO and authentication


Using Jamroom

Normally for single sign on we suggest using the existing OneAll module
https://www.jamroom.net/the-jamroom-network/networkmarket/47/oneall-social

then they can use the same login on both sites = Single Sign On.

But it sounds like you're looking for something different in getting it to seam like the sites are not different but the same.

My first thought is disable login on the jamroom site, only enable it on the other system then add a listener

Docs: Events and Listeners
https://www.jamroom.net/the-jamroom-network/documentation/module-developer-guide/1011/events-and-listeners

to the jamroom side that picks up on anyone who is not logged in visiting a page.

The listener reaches out to the other system and requests who they are logged in as. Gets their email address and logs in the user with the same email address or creates the jamroom side user/profile with that info if they've not yet got a jamroom side account.

If they're not logged in on the main site and trying to access a jamroom page I'd probably immediately redirect to the login.

Something like that.

You could reach out on each page load to check the user status or if that was too heavy run a listener on the ten_minute_maintenance event to log out users who had logged out at the main site.
michael
@michael
03/24/24 10:47:18PM
7,697 posts

Create new user account from within ACP


Using Jamroom

Yup, that how it works for me too.
michael
@michael
03/15/24 08:16:55PM
7,697 posts

Installing modules/localhost


Installation and Configuration

I use it on my mac. I use UTM then install a debian server into the virtual machine. I like that setup. brian uses apache directly on on his mac installed via homebrew. many ways to do it.
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