Renewing an Events Access Token

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Renew or extend an Events Access Token

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.

Adding our app to a Facebook Group

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 […]

Display a Facebook Group Feed

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, […]

Displaying Facebook Events with the Facebook “Page Plugin” widget

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 […]

Facebook API Changes – April 4, 2018

Updated August 2019 Due to some sudden changes that Facebook has made to their API in April, 2018, some features of our Custom Facebook Feed plugin are either temporarily affected […]

Reauthorizing our Facebook App

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: […]

Extending a Group Access Token so it never expires

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 […]

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 […]

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

Due to some recent Facebook API changes there it is currently only possible to display events that you are a host of and are from a Facebook “Page” that you […]

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.

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

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WordPress Plugin Shortcode Reference

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