Lists most recent Facebook posts from public Facebook pages. A faster, prettier and more customizable alternative to Facebooks Like Box.
Got this up and running i under 3 minutes!
What else is there to say? It installed and worked the first time and I'm so happy, I'm donating $20 to this fine developer. Thank you!
After trying other facebook plugins to use for my word press website, the Recent Facebook Posts plugin is by far the most reliable, easy to use, and did exactly what it said it would do. I recommend people to use this plugin if they want to incorporate their facebook page with their word press website!
I had a question about the plugin, and the plugin developer (Danny van Kooten) responded to my support question within 30mins. Was extremely helpful!
Just what the doctor ordered.
Also, you actually get an answer from the author when asking a question. Not only that, the answer came with a solution as well. Nice!
Once in a while you find a plugin wich does exactely what you want and without any hassle. This is one of those plugins. It's easy to use and it looks great on a website without ruining the layout with odd css styles. If you want your Facebook posts published neatly on your WordPress site; this plugin is all you need. Also; support is just awesome. Fast, very helpful and kind. I'd wish i could rate this plugin with 10 stars. :-)
Nice lean plugin that does the job well. And it has a very fine balance between getting the job done and not being complicated.
And superb support. Got an updated feature same day it was requested.
This is one of those plugins that just does what it says. The instructions (for setting up the developer account on Facebook, getting the authentication codes, etc.) were clear, concise, and helpful.
Once you have the necessary information, setup is a breeze, and the plugin worked instantly.
Also, I happened to have a support issue with one of my PC's (it wasn't working the way it should). Danny was quick to respond, and was willing to take responsibility for whatever was wrong. It turned out the problem had nothing to do with his plugin; but the fact that he didn't try to say something like "it works for everyone else, it must be something on your end" made me feel like he and his code could be trusted.
I've tried a bunch of these and this is one of the few that allow you to override it w/ CSS. This one definateley has everything you are looking for in a Facebook Feed widget and should be you're first and last choice.
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