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I installed this package in latest umbraco version 7.1 locally. and cound not find way to open page from where i can see page shown in below screenshot.
Can you please tell me some steps to navigate to above page ?
Any Update ?
For some reason I couldn't see the thread the other day when you created it, so I haven't been able to answer.
The package has four data types / property editors, and the screenshot shows these in use on a page in the content section.
To get started, you should do something like this:
You saved me a lot of time... Actually, I just spent few hours with trying to find how to integrate Oauth - OpenID and umbraco... But nothing... I was stuck...
Now, I'm going to implement this into our first project with umbraco...
So, as I'm so excited because I saw this great initiative I decided to offer you "my little" help...
Nothing special, I just wanted to make more clear documentation and to present it to others how they could use it easier...
To be honest, this is great thing which is really neccessary in most of the web projects but with the horrible documentation. I'm aware that you don't have a time for it, but there is somebody who want to participate in this project.
If you are interesting, just let me know...
This is all for now from me, sorry for admins if it was a SPAM, but still hope we can make this stuff better together ;)
Hi Almir. Thanks for the feedback, and congrats on your first post ;)
I'm looking into multiple ways for hosting the documentation since my current Umbraco 6 installation is hard to maintain. One of these ways is hosting the documentation for Skybrud.Social in a separate GitHub repository. One of the pros for hosting it on GitHub will be that I can make it open for contributions (which of course is more than welcome).
However Skybrud.Social is mostly something I develop in my spare time, or at work if I need for something specific, so features and bug fixes have a higher priority than documentation. But as developer I also know the pain in using a package that has little to none documentation, so I'll try to find the time needed for improving the documentation - and if possible, making it open for contribution ;)
From your instruction, I still don't know how to create a login form with google on home page of front-end. Could you give me some clue?
The use case that your mention is not a feature of this package. I have tried to describe this a little further in your thread here:
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