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Facebook Comments to WordPress

Copy Facebook Comments Social Plugin data into your WordPress blog database.

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Q. I have some ideas about the plugin. What to do?

A. Great! The plugin is distributed under the GPL license. Everyone can contribute to it. There are many types of contributions. For example: * comments to existing features * suggestions for new features * ideas * translations in different human languages * direct code contribution

If you have critiques, please share your opinion with me. I would be glad to here your opinion. Maybe I am wrong, or maybe you. Who knows? :-) Let's make the world a better place - together.

Q. What happens if a Facebook user removes its comment for my blog post? What action I should take in this case?

A. Since version 1.1 of the plugin Import Mode control setting allows you to specify the plugin's behavior in this case. By default when user removes a comment from facebook, it is also removed from the blog comment's list. You can change this behavior by using the "Append new" option.

Q. Is the plugin aligned with the Facebook policies?

A. The plugin is aligned with all known Facebook policies and respects user rights. If you think there are some issues with Facebook policies and user rights, I would be glad to hear about them and introduce necessary changes. In addition some unique plugin features might be useful in this direction: * "Delete All Imported Facebook Comments" * Import Mode setting

Q. Can I separate comments comming from WordPress and from Facebook comments social plugin.

A. Yes, you modify your theme to visually and physically separate both types of comments. The plugin stores special value in the "comment_agent" database field which begins with "facebook-seo-comments". You can use this fact to modify behavior and visual appearance.

Q. Why the plugin stores the comments into the WordPress database?

A. There are three reasons * The most important reason is performance. The WordPress database is used to cache Facebook API requests. The result is significant reduce in Facebook engine hits and reduced website traffic. * Improved user experience. * Seamless integration for comments posted through Facebook comments social plugin and WordPress comment features.

Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.1.4
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Active Installs: 300+


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