Takanudo

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JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed v1.4.1

Facebook no longer allows tokens that never expire. So I have added a CRON task that should refresh your token automatically.

9 thoughts on “JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed v1.4.1

  • Amy says:

    Still having a few problems with the tokens, I was working perfectly up until Monday??

    Any suggestions as to how to fix it? 🙂

    • Takanudo says:

      Facebook no longer allows non-expiring tokens. Make sure you have the latest version of the plugin. Then, on the settings page for the plugin, set “Renew Token” to a more frequent time, like “Once Hourly”. Then click “Save Changes”. Your token should be renewed after an hour.

  • Ryan OConnor says:

    Hi, this looks like a great plug-in and exactly what i’m looking for,

    however I cannot move past putting in my id’s and App Secret since I cannot find the “Save Changes” button…

    also, the toggle buttons for other wordpress options on the left menu to not work nor does the help button. I have this error listed in the text box:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function esc_textarea() in /home/content/05/5051805/html/wp-content/plugins/jsl3-facebook-wall-feed/php/class-jsl3-facebook-wall-feed.php on line 326

    thanks for any help!!
    i’m running wordpress v 3.4.1 with a Weaver theme

    ryanO

    • Takanudo says:

      It sounds like there is something wrong with the formatting.php file in your copy of wordpress. You can try the “Re-install Now” button on the Updates page, under Dashboard. If that doesn’t fix it, you can download the latest wordpress installtion zip file and extract “wp-includes/formatting.php” and replace the copy on your server.

      • Ryan OConnor says:

        Thanks! I was nervous to update wordpress and/or the theme since I have lots of customizing, however I took the plunge and updated WordPress with zero problems. Now your plug-in works great! thanks for the prompt reply! Now, for the theme update…

  • Henny says:

    I get notification :

    OAuthException: Invalid token: “www.facebook.com”. An ID has already been specified.

  • Rob says:

    Hi Takanudo,

    I was wondering if it is possible to configure this plug-in or the shortcode to only pull/display images posted on a user’s wall. Thanks!

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