= 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 […]
A complete guide to all of the shortcode argument options available for the WordPress Plugin. Examples included.
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 […]
If your Facebook feed isn’t updating then it could be due to one of the following reasons: 1) Posts are shared to your Facebook Page from a user’s Personal Profile […]
There could be a number of causes for this: 1) The plugin’s CSS file is not being loaded into your page. You can check this by right clicking on your […]
Facebook made a change to their API on February 7th, 2018, which means that it’s no longer possible to display names or avatars for users who comment on your posts […]
The most common reason for this is that either your theme or another plugin is replacing the lightbox photo with a 1×1 pixel placeholder image. This is most common with […]
WordPress plugin You can customize the feed by setting the options on the Customize page, which can be found under the Facebook Feed menu in your left hand WordPress admin menu. If […]
If you’re only displaying one Facebook feed on your site – even if you’re using it in multiple places – then you don’t need to use our shortcode options. You […]
Displaying posts horizontally To display your posts horizontally you would need to do the following: 2 posts Set the number of posts to be 2, or use the following shortcode: […]
CSS WordPress Plugin: Copy and paste these into the Custom CSS section, found under the Misc tab on the plugin’s Customize page. Standalone Plugin: Add these snippets to your website’s […]
Pin a post to the top of your Facebook feed using this handy code snippet.
Set your feed to display posts only if they have a minimum amount of shares, likes, or shares and likes.
Set all images to a specific height and width or a specific height and fluid width with the image cropped and centered. Please see the two methods below:
If you’re using a hashtag to filter posts (eg: #showonwebsite) then you may not want that hashtag to show up in your feed. You can use the following snippet to remove a particular string or hashtag.
If you receive an error message when trying to display your posts then you can use the table below to diagnose the issue and find the relevant solution. Error Message […]
This issue occurs with some WordPress themes due to them using their own content formatting function which overrides the WordPress default function, causing some additional HTML elements to be added […]
The Facebook “Like Box” widget can be optionally included in your feed, but if you’d like to only display the Like Box and not any posts then you can use […]