It is now possible to permanently extend an Events Access Token so that it never expires. Just enter your existing 60-day Access Token into the tool on this page.
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 posts […]
On April 24th, 2018, Facebook made a change to their platform which means that if you’re using an “App” Access Token from your own Facebook app and it’s still in […]
Due to recent Facebook API changes, it is not currently possible to display events from Facebook pages that you’re not an admin of using the Facebook API. As a temporary […]
If you need to reauthorize our plugin app (or you’d like to remove it altogether) then you can do so by going to the app settings within your Facebook account: […]
Update: This issue should be fixed in v3.9 of the Custom Facebook Feed Pro WordPress plugin If you are sharing a post from your Instagram account to your Facebook page […]
In order for your Groups Access Token to never expire you must first be an admin of a Facebook “Page”. This is because Facebook Page tokens never expire by default […]
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 […]
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 […]
If you’ve used the “Log in and get my Access Token” button in the plugin to authorize the Smash Balloon Facebook app but some of the Facebook pages which you […]
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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 […]
Due to privacy restrictions, it isn’t possible to get the author information of a post in a Facebook group unless that group member chooses to allow our app which was […]
Unfortunately not. Facebook doesn’t allow you to retrieve and display offer posts from your Facebook page.
This is usually due to either a security plugin or a setting on your web server that is blocking the plugin from accessing the files needed to load the comments […]
Be default your Facebook feed should inherit the font from your website. If this isn’t the case then it’s possible that something in the theme is preventing this from happening. […]