Really Simple Share
[resolved] Not compatible with the Facebook plugin (6 posts)

  1. odoremieux
    Posted 3 years ago #

    The plugin is not compatible with the Facebook plugin.
    When the Facebook options are not enabled on this plugin, the Facebook api / code shouldn't be loaded, that what's make the Facebook plugin unhappy / crash.


  2. whiletrue
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi odoremieux,
    the plugin is basically compatible with the Facebook plugin (we use them together in some test websites) because Facebook Like buttons are inserted as iframes. Just make sure you don't activate the "Facebook send" option, which may cause some issue because it hasn't an iframe implementation.

  3. odoremieux
    Posted 3 years ago #


    Are you using the latest version of the Facebook Plugin?
    It use to work for me until I did update.
    I don't have any Facebook option enabled with the Really Simple Facebook ... Plugin.
    When I do enable the 2 plugins, on the Facebook plugin I get
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function fb_admin_dialog() in /home/wphelpcl/public_html/blog/wp-content/plugins/facebook/admin/settings.php on line 328

    If I disable Really Simple Facebook ... Plugin, it work with no problem.



  4. whiletrue
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, I think the only way to solve it is noticing the issue to the Facebook Plugin guys ... the Fatal error you get is on their plugin. We don't use any "fb_admin_dialog()" function, so we can't help on our side.

  5. odoremieux
    Posted 3 years ago #

    It's because FB have you on the list of incompatible plugins. When the plugin is disabled, the list of incompatible plugins is empty. So it's a FB bug, but it's your fault :-) . Just pushing your buttons

  6. whiletrue
    Posted 3 years ago #

    It's a shame ... "Facebook Plugin" it's a much bigger business than ours, with lots of developers, but their releases are buggy and lots of people report them broken.

    Now, their plugin claims we aren't compatible, but the incompatibility only arises when using the "send" advanced option ... a clearer way of acting should be to explain these cases instead of directly banning other plugins :)

    Thanks for your support!

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