WPBook Lite
[resolved] Function does not exist? (3 posts)

  1. ken.w
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi there. I am trying to get WPBook Lite to work, but cannot get it to post to a facebook page. It works to the user wall, but not to the page. I am pretty sure that I have all the IDs correct. This is all I get from a test post in the debug log:

    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : publish_to_facebook running, target_admin is 508356119
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Post ID is 2467
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : My permalink is http://citycoach.org/test-post-8/
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Function does not exist, or no thumb
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Post thumbail is
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Post share link is
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Past stream_publish, fb_response is
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Publishing to page 204067896303497
    2012-08-16 20:46:47 : Publishing to page, image is
    2012-08-16 20:46:48 : Just published as page to api, fb_response is

    I have made some changes to the settings since generating the Stored access token, but every time I click to generate it, I get the same one. Not sure if that is affecting this.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.



  2. ken.w
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Scratch that. It was indeed the access token. I finally was able to regenerate one and it now works. And really well!

  3. John Eckman
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    The "Function does not exist or no thumb" just means your either running a version of WordPress which does not have the get_the_post_thumbnail function, or (as the error says) the post in question does not have a Post Thumbnail (aka "featured image").

    It won't prevent WPBook from posting, but what will happen is that when you post Facebook will come look at the post and "choose" an image for you, since you haven't told WPBook which image it should use as the post thumbnail.

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