Custom Facebook Feed - Version 1.2.4

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  • Added clear fix
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Developer smashballoon
Plugin Icon 128x128 Custom Facebook Feed
Version 1.2.4
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Code changes from version 1.2.3 to 1.2.4

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  1. README.txt +10 -6
  2. css/style.css +5 -0
  3. custom-facebook-feed.php +1 -1
README.txt CHANGED
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Tags: facebook, custom, customizable, feed, seo, search engine, responsive, mobile, shortcode, social, status
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Requires at least: 3.0
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Tested up to: 3.5.1
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- Stable tag: 1.2.3
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License: GPLv2 or later
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License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
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= Are there any limitations on which page feeds I can display? =
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- The feed youre trying to display has to be a publicly accessible page. This means that you cant display the feed from your own personal profile or a group. This is to do with Facebooks privacy policies. You can�t display a non-public feed publicly.
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- If your page has any restrictions on it (age, for example) then it means that people have to be signed into Facebook in order to view your page. This isn�t desirable for most pages as it means that it isnt accessible by people who dont have a Facebook account and that your page can�t be crawled and indexed by search engines.
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- An easy way to determine whether your page is set to public is to sign out of your Facebook account and try to visit your page. If Facebook forces you to sign in to view your page then it isnt public. You can change your page to public in your Facebook page settings simply by removing any restrictions you have on it, which will then allow the Custom Facebook Feed plugin to access and display your feed.
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= What's an Access Token and why do I need one? =
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= Is the content of my feed crawlable by search engines? =
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- It sure is. Unlike other Facebook plugins which use iframes to embed your feed into your page once its loaded, the Custom Facebook Feed uses PHP to embed your feed content directly into your page. This adds dynamic, search engine crawlable content to your site.
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== Screenshots ==
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== Changelog ==
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- = 1.2.3 =
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= 1.2.1 =
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Tags: facebook, custom, customizable, feed, seo, search engine, responsive, mobile, shortcode, social, status
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Requires at least: 3.0
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Tested up to: 3.5.1
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+ Stable tag: 1.2.4
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License: GPLv2 or later
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License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
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= Are there any limitations on which page feeds I can display? =
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+ The feed you're trying to display has to be a publicly accessible page. This means that you can't display the feed from your own personal profile or a group. This is to do with Facebook's privacy policies. You can�t display a non-public feed publicly.
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+ If your page has any restrictions on it (age, for example) then it means that people have to be signed into Facebook in order to view your page. This isn�t desirable for most pages as it means that it isn't accessible by people who don't have a Facebook account and that your page can�t be crawled and indexed by search engines.
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+ An easy way to determine whether your page is set to public is to sign out of your Facebook account and try to visit your page. If Facebook forces you to sign in to view your page then it isn't public. You can change your page to public in your Facebook page settings simply by removing any restrictions you have on it, which will then allow the Custom Facebook Feed plugin to access and display your feed.
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= What's an Access Token and why do I need one? =
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= Is the content of my feed crawlable by search engines? =
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+ It sure is. Unlike other Facebook plugins which use iframes to embed your feed into your page once it's loaded, the Custom Facebook Feed uses PHP to embed your feed content directly into your page. This adds dynamic, search engine crawlable content to your site.
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+ = Can I prevent my comments on posts from displaying in the feed? =
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+ Yep. Comments will show up if you use the Access Token from an account which has adminstrative rights to your page (such as an owner or administrator). To prevent your comments showing up you need to sign up for a new Facebook account which is not associated with your page, register as a developer with this new account, and then use that Access Token to display your feed.
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== Screenshots ==
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== Changelog ==
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+ = 1.2.4 =
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* Added clear fix
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= 1.2.1 =
css/style.css CHANGED
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font-size: 11px;
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/* Like box */
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#cff .cff-likebox{
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float: left;
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font-size: 11px;
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}
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+ /************/
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+ /*** MISC ***/
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/* Like box */
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#cff .cff-likebox{
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custom-facebook-feed.php CHANGED
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Plugin Name: Custom Facebook Feed
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Plugin URI: http://smashballoon.com/custom-facebook-feed
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Description: Add a completely customizable Facebook feed to your WordPress site
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- Version: 1.2.3
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Author: Smash Balloon
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Author URI: http://smashballoon.com/
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License: GPLv2 or later
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Plugin Name: Custom Facebook Feed
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Plugin URI: http://smashballoon.com/custom-facebook-feed
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Description: Add a completely customizable Facebook feed to your WordPress site
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+ Version: 1.2.4
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Author: Smash Balloon
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Author URI: http://smashballoon.com/
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License: GPLv2 or later