You can now login with Firefox, sorry!
Well it turns out that you have been unable to login using External Login Providers (such as google, facebook, twitter and so on) if you were using Firefox.
Basically, when you have an image input button in your form, like this:
<input type="image" src="/path/to/your/image.png" name="postname" value="postvalue" />
In firefox (and possibly some other browsers), the value isn't posted back.
<input type="hidden" name="postname" id="postname" />
<img src="/path/to/your/image.png" onclick="submitimg('postvalue');" />
So to summarise - sorry if you have been unable to Login!
The bane of any my life (IE) strikes again
As the tag line says, the bane of my life strikes again!
It was brought to my attention that the site wasn't rendering correctly in IE7 or IE8 any more, I found the cause of the problem and fixed it so all should be working again.
The news section of Jambr has been updated, it was lagging behind the Articles slightly.
I do however strongly recommend that you Upgrade your Browser
to something else if you're on either of these version of Internet Explorer!
I've also fixed a few bugs in the Facebook login process which meant users were unable to register. Please let me know if you experience any more issues.
More ways to log in and start commenting!
Well as promised, I have added more login methods to Jambr to save you from creating an account directly.
You can now log in using any of the following:
- Windows Live
Please let me know if there are any others you would like me to add that implement OAuth or OpenID and i'll get them added!
You can now add comments to Articles
I have just added the ability for you to add comments to Articles posted on Jambr.
As mentioned in my previous post, you do need to Log In
to do this. You can either create a Jambr account
, or you can log in with another service provider (currently I have enabled Google and Twitter, Facebook login will be coming very soon).
I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the Articles that I post!
You can now register at Jambr
Well development is in full flow here, you'll notice Articles are now SEO friendly URLs and "Blog" has been changed to "News" as it is more suited to the task.
Within the next week you'll be able to comment and discuss on articles that have been posted, but in order to do this you'll need a Jambr account.
Naturally this can be done by Registering
, but I will also be adding the ability to login via Facebook, Twitter or Google.
I've just finished the Google implementation today so head over to the Login
page to create your Jambr account by linking to Google.
I finished the Articles section of Jambr today.
You can't add comments yet! But I can start posting articles you may find interesting.
As of 17:00 today, Jambr is Live
As of 16:06 on 18/12/2012, Jambr is officially live!
Those of you who know me, know that I have been developing for almost 10 years, but due to the nature of my work I haven't been publically able to show what I do.
I decided that needed to change, that I needed to give myself an online presence, and in doing so Jambr was born.