In order to display a feed of posts from a Facebook group an admin of the groups must first add our app in the Facebook group settings by doing the […]
With V3.9 of the Custom Facebook Feed Pro plugin it’s now possible to display feeds from Facebook Groups. What can I display? You can display content from an open, closed, […]
Yes, you can add the shortcode to any block in the Gutenberg page editor. For example, paste the shortcode directly into a “Paragraph” block, as shown below: Or, into a […]
This is not required but recommended. To obtain an ‘App’ Access Token from Facebook (which never expires) just follow the steps in this article.
Unfortunately not. Facebook doesn’t allow you to retrieve and display offer posts from your Facebook page.
Important: If you are using our Custom Facebook Feed plugin on your website then please refer to our GDPR disclosure for full details regarding compliance and how data is transferred […]
If you have a Facebook page with a URL like this: https://www.facebook.com/smashballoon then the Page ID is just smashballoon. If your page URL is structured like this: https://www.facebook.com/pages/smashballoon/123654123654123 then the Page ID is actually the […]
Yep, you sure can. Here’s how: WordPress Plugin You can set your default Facebook Page ID on the Custom Facebook Feed settings page within the WordPress admin, you can then […]
You can display posts from an open Facebook group. In order to display your group posts you should ensure that have the Page Type setting set to Group on the Custom Facebook Feed settings page or directly in the shortcode: [custom-facebook-feed pagetype=group]
Unfortunately Facebook doesn’t actually allow you to comment on Facebook posts outside of Facebook and so we’re not able to include that functionality in the plugin. The only way to […]
The best course of action is to first search through our FAQ and Troubleshooting questions here as we’ve put together a list of the most common issues and their solutions. […]
We’re afraid not. As the plugin allows you to display your Facebook feed publicly on your website for the whole world to see then posts from private pages cannot be […]
While you don’t need an Access Token in order to display most types of content in the Custom Facebook Feed Pro plugin we do recommend it. An Access Token is required […]
Unlike other Facebook plugins which use iframes to embed your feed into your page once it’s loaded, the Custom Facebook Feed uses server-side code to embed your feed content directly […]
Which version of the Custom Facebook Feed plugin is right for me? The WordPress plugin or the PHP Standalone version?
Find out which version of the Custom Facebook Feed plugin is the right fit for your website.
Your web server should have either cURL or the PHP allow_url_fopen function enabled. If you don’t know what these are then don’t worry as they’re enabled on the majority of […]
The Custom Facebook Feed plugin should work in compatibility with most, if not all, caching plugins, but you may need to tweak the settings in order to allow the Facebook […]
Custom Facebook Feed is able to be fully translated into any language. There are different types of text that are included within the plugin – some from Facebook and some […]
The main differences between the free version and Pro version of the Custom Facebook Feed plugin are listed below. The extra features available in the Pro version are as follows: […]