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[Plugin: Wordbooker] Wordbook only sees 2 FB pages even though auth multiple

  • tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    I’m having serious issues with this plugin.

    I tried to connect to multiple fan pages. It only shows 2 of many when try to ALLOW. Went to Facebook, added Wordbook to other Pages. Still won’t see additional pages.

    Deleted plugin. On reinstall, I get error message, can’t find page. Now the plugin doesn’t work at all.

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  • Steve
    Participant

    @steveatty

    And are you the administrator for those pages?

    Which version have you got installed?

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    First, sorry for the mis-title. I’m talking about your Wordbooker, not Wordbook by Stephen Tsai.

    Yes, I am the admin for all pages.

    At first, I got just two pages that were legacy attached to the plugin. I was wondering why the plug-in disassociated from the remaining pages.

    I then went to your App page, and figured out that I should add the app to my other pages, if it hadn’t been added already. I saw that all the ones I needed were not longer connected, so I added those pages to your app. The primary is Digital Strategy Works. That’s the most important.

    I checked my pages Settings in the Edit panel, and I see that Wordbooker is enabled.

    I’m logged into Facebook under my primary account, which manages all of my pages including Digital Strategy Works.

    The plugin had originally worked for my primary, and two pages, but now DSW. Now, the plugin doesn’t work at all. When I click to set it up, it sends me to my own site with a Page Not Found error.

    I’ve deleted the plugin. Logged in and out of Facebook. Logged in and out my blog. Nothing.

    Here is the string: http://digitalstrategyworks.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wordbooker&session={%22session_key%22:%2204695b5f75078e19d2f53f4f-833731%22,%22uid%22:%22833731%22,%22expires%22:0,%22secret%22:%22809846d977c49454b9035c6b51853d35%22,%22access_token%22:%22254577506873|04695b5f75078e19d2f53f4f-833731|u3Hp8n-ITj2D2jV73atUY8IaO28.%22,%22sig%22:%2250d5a7f4a61d7d002e72008bd9a45240%22}

    Steve
    Participant

    @steveatty

    A page not found error – thats very odd

    So you go to your blog and into the back end and you go to:

    http://digitalstrategyworks.com/wp-admin/options general.php?page=wordbooker

    That brings up the “Connect with Facebook” option which you click on and it should bring up a Facebook login box followed by a Facebook permissions box (assuming permissions need to be granted).

    It should then return you to the wordbooker options page with the Facebook session information tagged onto the end of it. Which would seem to be what you’ve pasted.

    So where is the 404 cropping up?

    And what version have you got installed?

    Steve
    Participant

    @steveatty

    I just looked at your site.

    Your blog is in http://digitalstrategyworks.com/blog/ but in the HTML its making a lot of WP resource calls to http://digitalstrategyworks.com/wordpress/

    which suggests you’ve changed the install directory as described here:

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory

    The problem is that my code uses urlencode(get_bloginfo(‘url’)) to build up the call back and that would seem to be returning http://digitalstrategyworks.com

    But your Admin url would seem to be:

    http://digitalstrategyworks.com/wordpress/wp-admin

    So you could try finding the following line in wordbooker.php:

    $par[‘next’] = “http://ccgi.pemmaquid.plus.com/cgi-bin/index.php?br=”.urlencode(get_bloginfo(‘url’).””);

    and changing it to:

    $par[‘next’] = “http://ccgi.pemmaquid.plus.com/cgi-bin/index.php?br=”.urlencode(get_bloginfo(‘wpurl’).””);

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    Using 1.8.4

    http://digitalstrategyworks.com/wordpress/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wordbooker

    Click on Wordbooker setup and return 404.

    http://digitalstrategyworks.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wordbooker&session={%22session_key%22:%2204695b5f75078e19d2f53f4f-833731%22,%22uid%22:%22833731%22,%22expires%22:0,%22secret%22:%22809846d977c49454b9035c6b51853d35%22,%22access_token%22:%22254577506873|04695b5f75078e19d2f53f4f-833731|u3Hp8n-ITj2D2jV73atUY8IaO28.%22,%22sig%22:%2250d5a7f4a61d7d002e72008bd9a45240%22}

    Not sure if it’s a cookie or something that it was looking for before. I’ll see if there’s a cookie somewhere looking for the old version and not the new version. I’m just guessing that this could be the reason, but I really have no idea.

    Steve
    Participant

    @steveatty

    See the post I made above with what I think will fix it.

    Then once we’ve got it authorising we can chase down the page problem.

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    Will continue this on Facebook discussion group.

    esmi
    Forum Moderator

    @esmi

    Previous post deleted. Please use the pastebin.

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    Oh, I didn’t even know what the paste bin was. Okay. Will do. Steve, I gotta hit you with that by email.

    Steve
    Participant

    @steveatty

    Or just use the pastebin here – knowing how flaky FB’s messaging/discussion system is

    esmi
    Forum Moderator

    @esmi

    Sorry about that, guys but the code was causing problems – to the extent that I couldn’t even edit the post in question.

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    No worries, I understand. Will use pastebin! Thanks.

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    Steve
    Participant

    @steveatty

    Can you try 1.8.5 which changes a couple of URLs which might help.

    Word booker does two calls concerning pages:

    First it gets the list of pages and then does a loop checking for missing permissions.

    Then it gets the name and pageID for all the pages you administer and loads them into the table.

    So what we need to do is work out if its finding all those pages and if it is finding them all why its going wrong.

    tonyzeoli
    Participant

    @tonyzeoli

    I’m with the newest version, but it’s still not seeing my pages. I am going to delete Wordbooker from my Digital Strategy Works Facebook page and then readd it. Let’s see if that works.

    I added Wordbooker to my Netmix blog and when I go through the second loop it’s not seeing my DSW page either.

    Let me test that and see what comes of it.

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