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WP4FB plugin (3 posts)

  1. yram
    Posted 4 years ago #

    This plugin involves creating pages specifically for the the plugin, called 'WP4FB pages' (not surprisingly) but when I create the pages, which is done in the usual way, and then try to view the page after publishing, I get a 404 error. The WPFB page url is mydomain.com//wp4fb-iframe/filename.
    Any ideas?

  2. alex locator
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Are you talking about the apps on fb? you can't view the apps you made through wp4fb? because I'm experiencing the same issue, but for me, when I'm trying to view the apps, it says...

    SSL connection error
    Unable to make a secure connection to the server. This may be a problem with the server, or it may be requiring a client authentication certificate that you don't have.
    Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): SSL protocol error.

    I really do need help on this! I've seen this question has been posted 10 months ago... I hope someone could see this and help us with this... here's the link for the app.. https://www.facebook.com/AllenApartments/app_331310650322289
    Thanks in advance...

  3. davidorich
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Alex, you're getting that error cos your domain name does not have an SSL certificate and anyone who tries to access your app using "https://" will get the error message.

    I tried your link and it was the same thing... but when i removed the 's' and just used 'http' it went through.

    content on your app as follows-
    "Now your pet has the opportunity to loosen up by your side
    and take pleasure in the comforts of your apartment home in Allen.
    Large dogs, multiple pets, restricted or aggressive breeds…
    We’ll help you find the best Pet friendly apartment that is perfect for you!
    Contact us NOW! (682) 990-3845
    so just remove the 's' and use only 'http'. but you should try and get an SSL certificate for your domain name otherwise anyone having https enabled in their browser won't be able to get through. ANd right now facebook is doing a campaign asking everyone to switch their profiles to https mode.

    hope this helps


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