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Dont’t buy this script. It’s not working and not supported by the developer anymore… CodeCanyon should delete this script and refund the buyers.

As others have said: FB login doesn’t work – leads to a “Whoopsie….” 404 error. Also to note, the htaccess file doesn’t appear to be included in this script (you have to make it yourself). Only by digging through old forum posts was I able to find the code to put in the htaccess file. Also, in the sidebar ad, my google code and facebook page aren’t showing up.

I wasn’t expecting much for the price, but I was expecting functional and working code to make a basic “viral” type site with, as was advertised and shown on the demo.

After a number of unsuccessful attempts at installing. Due to the documentation not being well written.

It doesn’t mention anywhere what files you need their change their permissions on. The quick install also didn’t work with my digital ocean setup, there was a lot of configurations.

In addition to the above the error messages are very vague, “error adding credentials” giving no indication as to why, what needed to be done in order to fix this. I managed to get around this by unzipping everything locally, uploading to the server, turning on laravels debugging which is under application/app/config/app.php turn debug to true.

Finally, I managed to install the script… the script itself was logging the data to the console with console.log(data) & install… to proceed with the install it was waiting for a response of “1” but then obviously with debugging turned on it wasn’t getting that so I had to incrementally turn on and off the debug.

so… I’m in, I log in to the site and navigate to my profile to change the password quickyly, I get an immediate message of validation issue, however it’s changes the password (so another bug). I then proceed to go to the admin panel and now not one admin page works… I can navigate around the panel with the sidebar but the dynamically loaded content in the bulk of the site response with laravels default “whoops something went wrong”... knowing what I know now I wouldn’t buy this script… I would avoid, I’ve put a fair few hours into it already and can imagine there’s many more to come.

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