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JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed v1.7.4

I apologize for putting up another update less than 24 hours after the last one, but I figured if I was going to spend time on this plugin over the weekend, I might as well update the Facebook App configuration guide. Hopefully, it will make the plugin easier to use for people new to Facebook Apps.

Also, Facebook has decided to make life difficult for new users. People who create a new Facebook App can no longer simply use their Facebook ID to grab their feed. Each new Facebook App generates a unique App Scoped User ID instead. It can be difficult to find for novice users. So I added a few new features that will automatically get the App Scoped User ID for you.

2 thoughts on “JSL3 Facebook Wall Feed v1.7.4

  • smrk says:

    Hi, thanks for nice plugin. I have a question: is it possible to get images bigger than 130×130 px? 130×130 images are good for widget in sidebar maybe, but I want to use them in a page and here they are really small, about 300×300 px would be ideal for me now, but I have absolutely no idea what and where to change. Thanks for any advice and sorry for my english 🙂 s.

    • Takanudo says:

      While Facebook has never made getting larger images easy, they used to provide ways to get them via the feed. It looks like they have stopped this. The only way I can see to get the larger image would be to make a separate request to Facebook on each post that contains an image. I have no plans to make that kind of modification. Sorry.

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