As I stated, the fastest way to get this to happen is to remove the application from authorization in the Channel Owner's profile. Have you actually logged into your new Joomla site with your Facebook credentials yet? If not, is the FB user that you're attempting to log in with an administrator of the app?If you have not logged in via FB credentials, not Joomla credentials and not on facebook.com, then you won't receive prompts for scope/permissions. -Melissa I am in the process of deleting and recreating the Facebook App.However as it turns out, I will be creating an entirely new Facebook account that will be dedicated to this organization rather then what we currently have which is one of our member's personal Facebook account with a Business page.
In fact copying and pasting directly from the Facebook account to make sure I don't make a typo that would defeat my effort.I am really working way beyond burn out so I apologize if I am asking about things that should be obvious. On the page that loads, pull up the Apps that have been accepted by the user 4. Find the one for your Facebook Application on your website and remove it with the X button: 6.I need to go through the set up documentation again Understood. Log out on your front-end and log back using your Facebook credentials for that channel owner. If the prompt still does not show, then go to JFBConnect backend This is what I get for Facebook login: "URL Blocked: This redirect failed because the redirect URI is not whitelisted in the app’s Client OAuth Settings.The channel stream will not work until that permission is set up correctly. Make sure Client and Web OAuth Login are on and add all your app domains as Valid OAuth Redirect URIs." Ignore any API warning about the accounts endpoint until this is fixed. option=com_jfbconnect&task=authenticate.callback&provider=facebook option=com_jfbconnect&task=authenticate.callback&provider=facebook https://yourdomain.com/index.php? option=com_jfbconnect&task=authenticate.callback&provider=facebook https:// option=com_jfbconnect&task=authenticate.callback&provider=facebook 1. Your image shows "You haven't logged into any apps with Facebook".I took Microsoft's suggestion and decided to update my Windows 7 installation, But when I got up in the morning to check how the update went, all I had on screen was a text message that there had been an unauthorized access to firmware and that the boot-sector on the RAID 5 array could no longer be located.