(…because why not)
February 27, 2012 Takanudo JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed, 2
Now with better language support.
JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed
JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed v1.2
JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed v1.4.1
Is there a way to make the plugin work fully under https? Do you see the broken pictures when the viewer enters https://www.omahaexploring.org/events/?ee=16
Thank you in advance,
I added a fix to the development version that may fix your image issues. Unfortunately, Facebook is using a bad certificate for the icons, so I put in an option to not show them. Just delete the ‘jsl3-facebook-wall-feed’ directory in your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory and replace it with the directory in the zip file.
Let me know if it works.
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