I have finally added the ability to display more than one feed with the plugin. This is my first attempt at adding this frequently requested feature. There may be some limitations, like only being able to display public posts. Hopefully this will work out for everyone.
Facebook removed the likes count from the feed. This update uses a new method for getting the likes count. Also, comments now display their own likes count.
Updated the help section.
Hopefully, this update will generate fewer notification emails.
Fixed a bug introduced in v1.5.2. NOTE: I encountered a subversion error when I tried to post the latest update to WordPress.org. If you got a message saying “An error occurred while updating. Download failed. Not Found.” please try the update again. It should be fixed now.
Facebook changed the way they send privacy settings in the feed, so I updated the plugin to account for this. Also, some people were getting the style sheet embedded more than once in their WordPress site, so I fixed that too.
This update fixes a bug in the shortcode.
NOTE: Click “Save Changes” on the settings page for the plugin after upgrading to this version. This update adds an option to disable the make_clickable() WordPress function added in v1.4.2. Also, the automatic Facebook access token renewal added in v1.4.1 never worked properly. So now the plugin will now notify the WordPress admin that their […]
This is a minor update that adds the make_clickable() WordPress function to convert plain text URI to HTML links.
Facebook no longer allows tokens that never expire. So I have added a CRON task that should refresh your token automatically.