Custom Facebook Feed

Create a custom title in your Facebook posts

This allows you to grab a certain piece of text from your Facebook post and create a title out of it.

Unable to download the plugin file as a zip. It’s just a folder of files instead.

If you’re on a Mac then your OS may be set up to automatically unzip zip files when downloading. You can zip the files up again by just right clicking […]

Add captions text to Photos grid layout

To add caption text below each photo in your Photos grid feed simply add the following to the plugin’s Custom JavaScript section:

Filtering your Facebook posts

The Custom Facebook Feed plugin has a post filtering feature built into it which allows you to filter your posts by a specific string or hashtag. You can set this […]

Images are not displaying in the feed.

Possible Causes: Possible Cause #1 – The Free version of the plugin is still installed and activated. You can quickly check this by going to your WordPress Dashboard – Plugins and […]

I’m having trouble updating the WordPress plugin

If you’re unable to update the plugin via your WordPress Plugins page then there could be a few reasons why: Your license key isn’t activated on the website If your […]

WordPress Plugin Installation and Configuration

Step-by-step directions on how to download, install, set up, and use the Custom Facebook Feed Pro WordPress plugin

PHP Standalone Setup and Configuration

Step-by-step directions on how to download, set up, and use the Custom Facebook Feed Pro PHP Standalone version

PHP Standalone Settings Reference

A complete guide to customizing the settings for the Custom Facebook Feed PHP Standalone

Displaying Facebook Videos using the WordPress Plugin

There are two main ways in which you can use the Custom Facebook Feed WordPress plugin to display videos from your Facebook page; from your Facebook Videos page, or from your Facebook page […]

Displaying Facebook Photos using the WordPress Plugin

There are two main ways in which you can use the Custom Facebook Feed WordPress plugin to display photos from your Facebook page; from your Facebook Photos page, or from your […]

Displaying Facebook Events using the WordPress plugin

The Custom Facebook Feed WordPress plugin makes it easy to display events directly from your Facebook page. How to show events If your primary feed is going to be showing your […]

Displaying Facebook Albums Using the WordPress Plugin

There are three main ways in which you can use the Custom Facebook Feed WordPress plugin to display albums from your Facebook page; from your Facebook Photos page, from your Facebook page […]

Getting a Facebook Access Token

This is not required but recommended. To obtain an ‘App’ Access Token from Facebook (which never expires) just follow the steps in this article.

My license key won’t activate

If you’re unable to activate your license key on your website then there could be a few reasons why: 1. The license key you’re trying to activate is invalid Make […]

Getting an extended “User” Access Token

Due to the security restrictions that Facebook places on it’s users content, in order to display some types of content outside of Facebook they require you to use a ‘User’ Access Token. View this article to find out how to obtain one.

Change Log

= VERSION 2.5.15 – November 9th, 2015 = * New: Events posted on your timeline will now show the full event cover photo and use whichever layout you select on […]

WordPress Plugin Shortcode Reference

A complete guide to all of the shortcode argument options available for the WordPress Plugin. Examples included.

My Facebook feed posts are not showing up, or all I can see is the Like box but no posts

There are a few common reasons why your feed might not be displaying. It’s recommended to go through the following checks before requesting support…   1) You’re trying to display […]

No Facebook posts displayed – unable to connect to Facebook API

If you’re not seeing any Facebook posts in your feed then the issue may be that your website isn’t currently able to connect to Facebook’s API. You can check this […]