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jQueryFacebookWallLight

jQuery Facebook Wall WP Light retrieves a Facebook account's data and builds a Facebook styled feed on a page or post.

Follow these instructions to get your Facebook feed on your website. When you downloaded JQFW-WPL you got a file called jQueryFacebookWallWPLight_download.zip

  1. unzip jQueryFacebookWallWPLight_download.zip
  2. Its contents should look this: /docImages readme.html readme.txt /jQueryFacebookWallWPLight.ZIP /css /images /js /licensing /template fb_app_token.php fb_get_app_token.php uninstall.php jQueryFacebookWallLight.php

  3. Install your plugin - Go to the Plugins page of your wordpress admin.

    1. Click the "Add New" button this wil take you to the Intall Plugins page.
    2. Click the "Upload" link on the Install Plugins page.
    3. Choose the jQueryFacebookWallWPLight.zip and click the "Install Now" button. You should see a message about unpacking and installing your plugin.
    4. Click the "Activate Plugin" Link this should take you back to your plugins page.
  4. Configure your plugin - Click the settings link in the jQueryFacebookWallLight row.

  5. Enter the Domain name of the website where the plugin is installed in the field labeled Domain.
  6. Get your Facebook Account Name (see below) and enter it in the field labeld Facebook User.
  7. Get / Create your Facebook Account App Id/Key and Secret (see below)
    1. Find App ID and App Secret fields and Retrieve Button Image
    2. Enter your App ID and App Secret and click the "Retrieve Facebook App Access Token" Button. Image 3.If your app token retrieval fails see Get your Facebook Access Token
  8. Save your settings. Click the button on the bottom of the settings page that says "Save jQueryFacebookWall Settings" settings example - this will show the National Geographic facebook feed. Image
  9. Add a Facebook feed to a page or post. In the wp-admin navigate to the page or post you would like to JQFW-WPL to. Paste the short code [jfw_light show=jQueryFacebookWallLight] in the content editor. Save and navigate to the page. You should see your facebook feed. Image
  10. Adjust Plugin Settings - At this point your plugin is ready to go, however you can adjust the the other plugin settings as needed. See the Plugin Settings on ironlasso.com for details on settings function.

Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.8
Last Updated: 2014-2-15
Active Installs: 30+

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