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  1. radial
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have one site with multiple users. one admin, some editors and some authors. I have installed the fb plugin, linked the app i made.
    I don't want authors to post to facebook, how can i turn that off?
    I want to change the facebook account listed under a logged in users contact info, how can i delete the associated account for a user?

    Does each wp user use their own facebook personal account?

    Or is each wp user using one facebook account as set in the plugin settings when logged in as admin.

    i don't want any one to publish to their timeline, how can i turn that off? They should only publish to a page.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/facebook/

  2. radial
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    when i log in to wp as a user thats an author, somehow they've got in their profile contact info facebook field the facebook url of a fb account i've setup that is an admin of the page we want to post to.

    When I click Edit Permissions there, it takes me to the apps screen on my own personal facebook profile that I'm logged into.

    the wp admin user on the wp user profile page has my own person fb profile url in the facebook contact info field. I have no edit permissions button there.

    i dont want my personal fb to be associated with this wp at all.

  3. Niall Kennedy
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Each WordPress user with an account connected to their Facebook profile has the ability to uncheck a publish to Facebook box on their profile to remove the publish to Timeline functionality. Their Facebook account identifier would still be associated with the published page for authorship credit and, if the WordPress user has the manage_comments capability and Facebook Comments Box is enabled for the post type, their Facebook account identifier is added to the page to allow comment moderation.

    I believe your main issue is the presentation of a post to Timeline option for WordPress authors with a connected Facebook account. You can override the returned value of every facebook_timeline_disabled user meta, which would have the same effect as every WordPress user with a connected Facebook account unchecking the box on their profile page. Example: return '1' for fb_get_user_meta if $meta_key equals facebook_timeline_disabled.

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