Site currently caught in a redirect loop when trying to login.
It completely prevents our users from using our site!
Any ideas what it could be?
It looks like it is causing a CSRF error :::
CSRF state token does not match one provided., referer: http://lifegroups.newlifechurch.tv/admin
Hope that helps!
Your plugin has been a huge blessing to us!
Very thankful for it!
Could you send a backend access into my mailbox? I should check this to help for others who have this problem. Thanks!
I am having a redirecting loop error when trying to use the Nextend Facebook Connect Plugin.
I have used this plugin before on several other sites and it works just fine.
I suggest you to check the Facebook app settings. Maybe you should create a new clean up and try to follow the step in the plugin settings. I think that should work.
I received the redirect loop because of caching – our host (wpengine) had to remove caching on the specific redirect.
@roland – you helped me figure that out before, it may be the same issue for them.
I tried a creating a new app with the same results. It must be an issue with my hosting, which isn’t very good at returning emails when I have issues. I may be out of luck unless you have any other advice to offer.
Please update to version 1.4.53
I have added errors messages to the backend settings panel and it will tell you if a required PHP library is missing. Worth a try 🙂
I’m having this problem, too. There are about four other posts in the forums since this discussion that cite this problem.
Can anyone tell me IF they solved it and HOW?
I running version 1.4.54 (installed today) on WP 3.5.1
The same problem with the response from facebook. No matter the response is, the plugin keep redirect the user back to facebook. 🙁
I had to take it out. So embarrassing to have something that doesn’t work and not get an answer in a week – also posted on the plug-ins website.
Glad to turn it back on for trouble-shooting purposes. If the developer ever wants to get it working.
We have a lot of responses on this plugin and hard to track them all.
To speed up the solution, I have an idea which will really improve the fix of this issues. As on my system, it working fine, so the problems usually system specific. 99% of this cases I need admin account, link to your site and an FTP account(enough to point into the plugin directory).
Also I need to be developer of your Facebook app. You can add me there by send me a friend request, I have to accept it and then you can add me to the app. My FB: https://www.facebook.com/roland.soos
So, if you send me these details by email to my business address: roland[@@@]nextendweb[.]com I will check the problem within 24 hours(except weekends). I think this will improve this problems 🙂
Waiting for your responses, also your mails to help me fix these issues.
I think that is the only drawback with successful plug-ins too much help needed for one person to give.
I highly recommend you write a more detailed FAQ – I looked for that first on your website before asking for help. 98% of the time I can solve my problem that way.
Also, I wish wordpress had a way to search ONE support forum. It’s hard to search for the answer to an issue I am having with ONE plug-in when the search barfs up results for my query for ALL plug-ins.
Any resolution of this error?
I have spent a lot of time researching this and still dont have a resolution.
It definitely has to do something with permalinks.. the plugin works if I put the permalinks to default. However, in that case buddypress does not work as it needs a permalink structure (other than default to work). However, when I turn the permalink on, I get the redirect error.
I am happy to share required access of my website is someone is willing to help me out here!
Please let me know
I know this is an old thread, but I just recently had the redirect loop problem similar to others here, yet could find no working solutions.
Finally, I found that my Facebook App was still set to sandbox mode and once I disabled sandbox mode, the Nextend Facebook Connect plugin worked as desired.
It’s not a problem on Nextend’s side, but it probably should be in the instructions for the plugin setup. Hopefully, this solution will work for anyone who still has this problem.
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