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  • Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    From the popup help:

    “If you have a Facebook Application ID for your website, enter it here. Facebook Application IDs are used by Facebook to allow access to Facebook Insight data for accounts associated with the Application ID.”

    js.

    Ok, thanks. It is clear for me. Now, is it required?
    Wich is the difference between fill or not fill that field from the NGFB+ point of view?
    Moreover, I’m the admin of a Page in FB and the website is related to that page, how I can find the application ID for that page? I suppose is different from the one of my personal account.
    Thanks
    Fabio

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    You should probably google how to create a Facebook Application ID – there are a lot of howtos on the subject.

    js.

    Sorry but I still have doubt.
    Facebook Application ID created following instructions from other sources. Field in NextGEN Facebook Open Graph+ “Publisher settings” pupulated and saved?
    What else? Nothing seems changed from before.
    Can you link here a manual where is described the purpose of this setting?
    Thanks
    Fabio

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    The option allows you to enter an FB App ID, so the App ID can appear in the meta tags. What are you expecting?

    js.

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    I’ve updated the popup help for that option, which should – hopefully – clear things up for you and others. 😉

    “If you have a Facebook Application ID for your website, enter it here. The Facebook Application ID will appear in your webpage meta tags, and is used by Facebook to allow access to Facebook Insight data for accounts associated with that Application ID.”

    js.

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