Deep inside us all, we are activists. And we are pretty stern on the way we see things, so, if some Johnny come lately decides to start out with freedom and create actions against activists, that will turn off allot of people. So I see myself providing pods for those who want to be outspoken.
@SharonStrats what works for me is:
Registerbutton to create a new account on the local POD
I was able to put a
console.log into the
login() function in auth_buttons.js and I saw it printed in my browser console when I clicked the Login button after using the above workflow. Remember that when you click Login, a popup HTML window is created, which has its own JS Debug Console. The
console.log() message will appear in console where the Login button occurs, and NOT in the popup window's console.
Maybe this will help. Good luck.
https://localhost:8443/sharontestfor your ID provider. Instead, just click on the upper left button
https://localhost:8443and you will be prompted for username/pw. The
/sharontestmight be throwing things off, unless you are in multiuser mode (I'm not an expert at all here, just trying to figure out things myself).
So basically, for local dev, you are in a single-user mode unless you follow the multi-userinstructions here: https://github.com/solid/node-solid-server#running-in-development-environments
But I think the
/sharontest might be the problem in single-user mode.