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 […]
Step-by-step directions on how to download, install, set up, and use the Custom Facebook Feed Pro WordPress plugin
Step-by-step directions on how to download, set up, and use the Custom Facebook Feed Pro PHP Standalone version
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
This is not required but recommended. To obtain an ‘App’ Access Token from Facebook (which never expires) just follow the steps in this article.
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.
A complete guide to all of the shortcode argument options available for the WordPress Plugin. Examples included.
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 […]
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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 […]
Simply paste the following shortcode into your page, post or widget – wherever you want the feed to show up: [custom-facebook-feed]. If you are using a widget then just use […]
As the free version and the Pro version are two separate versions of the plugin then you need to deactivate the free version prior to activating the Pro version. You […]
WordPress plugin You enter your license under the ‘License’ tab, which is on the Settings page, as shown in the screenshot below: Please note, if you don’t see a ‘License’ […]
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. […]
The Custom Facebook Feed WordPress plugin makes it easy to display events directly from your Facebook page. Just follow our guide here for more information on how to display and […]
Once you’ve defined your settings in the fbfeed-settings.php file then simply use the fbFeed($settings); function wherever you want the feed to be displayed. For more detailed instructions please refer to […]
I need to activate my Personal license on a development site prior to launch. Can I do this and still activate on my live site after launch?
A Personal license can only be activated on 1 domain at a time. You can activate your license on a development site, then when you’re ready to launch you can […]