jQuery Facebook Wall Plugin
Changes to Facebook’s api have caused a bug with this plugin. Facebook no longer returns ‘from’ data with feed comments unless the request is made with a Page Token. Until a patch has been developed jQueryFacebookWall will not be available on CodeCanyon.
Put your Facebook page’s wall or timeline on your website. You always wanted to… Now you can! jQueryFacebookWall is a jQuery plugin that lets you add a Facebook wall feed to any page on your website. It’s easy! The jQuery Facebook wall plugin provides you all the tools you’ll need to add a wall or timeline style Facebook feed in minutes.
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- NEW Facebook App Access Token Generator try it now >>
- NEW CSS3 Loading Transitions
- NEW Language Support ( Dansk, Deutsch, Dutch, English, Italiano, Francais, Espanol, Polski, Svenska, Turk ) v
- NEW Single Column style try it now >>
- NEW Customize display order (posts, photos, ablums, events, likes) try it now >>
- NEW Loading posts is optional try it now >>
- Customizable css
- Timeline or Wall style feed
- Options for Posts, Albums, Photos, Likes, and Events
- Documentation for configuring your Facebook app
- Php script to retrieve your Facebook access token
Pull multiple page feeds all with one plugin!
Photos & Video
Timeline style with integrated photos albums events and likes
What People are Saying
1/2/2015 Facebook app permissions changes
In their undying quest to protect your personal information Facebook has changed their permissions structure once again. Unfortunately, now newly created Facebook apps are not given publish_actions permissions with out a Facebook review. Because jQueryFacebookWall uses a Facebook app to publish likes and comments to Facebook, this can delay the plugins ability to post comments and likes for up to a 7 days while Facebook reviews the app. I added some fall back measures in case the app used by the plugin doesn’t have the publish_actions permissions yet. (ie an option to open a new tab or popup containing the targeted post or photo so the user can like or
comment). I also have plans to have a read only option for the plugin out shortly. This options would completley remove the likes and comments. Let me know if you have
any other ideas. You can get the gist of the permissions changes here https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/permissions/v2.2
On a positive note, it seems the new permissions restrictions only effect newly created apps, old apps work just fine. Happy new year.
Version 2 Changes
- Multiple Plugin instances on the same page. This allows for multiple feeds from different Facebook pages on the same page of your website.
- Dividable the plugin components (photos, albumns, feed, likes, events). You can divide the plugin components into different plugin instances and place them in different parts of your webstie page
- Past events display options.
- Display Animation
- Facebook Graph API calls and Login updated to API version 2.1
- Facebook profiles and groups are no longer supported. With the upgrade to Graph API 2.1 permission to personal profiles data via apps has been severely restricted. Please see these links for info on the difference between Facebook pages and Facebook profiles and how to convert your profile to a page.