Did you try adding a custom embed provider in Settings > Embed Privacy > Manage embed providers with the regex
Thank you for your answer. I don’t understand, Facebook was already present in the Embed Privacy options with the same regex.
But I tried to create a new one, nevertheless. It did something, but it actually borked the HTML code of my page:
You can see the original article here (I have now disabled the custom embed I created previously):
Thank you, I will take a look into it!
A quick notice though: It would be great to see something like this as support thread beforehand, so that we can react before getting a worse review than five stars, because this is our demand on ourselves. 🤗
I just released version 1.4.4 that includes a fix for Jetpack’s Facebook embed.
so that we can react before getting a worse review
I am sorry, it was not meant to be a negative review. In my view 4/5 was a positive one (rating as a bit less than perfect).
Thank you for updating the code in order to block Jetpack embeds. It seems that the plug-in now blocks the content, however it is not unblocked after clicking the black box.
I am not sure whether it has to do with the caching plug-in (WP Super Cache) or not. All other embeds work perfectly.
For now I resorted to remove all FB embeds from my site and replacing them with blockquotes, there were only four so luckily it was a quick job.
Sorry for my late answer. I had this on my list for so long but since it’s kind of complex, I always moved the task aways – especially since you don’t use these embeds anymore.
Of course 4/5 stars are positive. Unfortunately, that’s not what I intend to provide. 😄
Thank you for your feedback. I don’t have interest for re-adding Facebook embeds, but I did change the rating to 5 a few weeks ago.