Sumeer,Blog is a publish side component. So I used publisher instance.
Despite that it shouldnt matter where you are. Also we recommended you
to try the component at /content/community-components/en/journal.html,
did you try that ?. When you try at that path, we can isolate if some
other client lib ...
Thanks for sharing the code. Your component just works for me. I
installed your component, duplicated
/content/community-components/en/journal, and used
/apps/customblog/components/hbs/journal instead of the default journal
component.Initially there was a JS cache issue. But after that it was
Ok, back to the JS issue - are you using CKEditor ? From the first
screenshot you shared, it looked like the composer wasnt loading fine.
Also can you share your component, I can try to install it and see whats
Sumeer,I dont see any JS file, the customblog.js file (could have been
filtered as spam). So making a wild guess, is the resource type of your
custom blog registered in your customblog.js file.
SCF.registerComponent('custom_blog Component', Custom Blog Model, Custom
Its clearly a JS issue. Can you paste the six JS errors or screenshot
the JS console. I do see that you have the all the clientlibs. But its
clear that its not properly loaded. For Journal you only need these
clientlibs to be loaded on your page.
HiSincere apologies. The bundle version you see is correct.So it is
1.7.66 - Package and bundle versions can be different. I should have
double checked it on my end.Do you still face the same issue with the
new uber and your component. If so, is it possible to share your
component and pom file (and ...
Social-Commons bundle is installed when installing FP2 (packaged with
cq-socialcommunities-pkg-1.10.111.zip)Can you delete the bundle and
install cq-socialcommunities-pkg-1.10.111.zip again. (You might have to
restart the system, just to be sure)