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  • Have installed WPBook and created a facebook app as per instructions.

    2 issues – 1. I cannot see my app on my personal facebook page. 2. When I go directly to the URL: I get this message:

    Unable to connect

    Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at

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    my blog is at

    Facebook app ID is: 124728304274406
    Facebook profile ID is: 699995106


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  • Brooke


    Not sure what you mean by problem 1, are you talking about streaming or something else? I’m pretty sure once problem 2 is fixed so will problem 1.

    As for problem 2 there is a 97% chance this is a set up problem. Most likely with your canvas url inside Facebook or the WPBook settings (in WordPress) from the error looks like you may need a “http” in front of your url.

    Hello – thanks for responding. http is in front of the URL – in both WordPress and Facebook. Does this provide more info that could be useful?

    Application ID124728304274406API
    Keyafec4014c528bba9a98cc7ca95c640d1App secret2c526132183d835c7d99b0e6f098b302Site
    Canvas URL
    Secure Canvas URL
    Canvas FBML/iframeiframeContact
    App DescriptionAllows blog posts from inside facebookSample CodeGet started quickly with some example code!.



    I was able to get your app to work by going to instead of If you want to use https make sure your site has a certificate installed otherwise remove that from your settings.

    Note: You shouldn’t post your secret here, Facebook will let you create a new one so you may want to do that 🙂

    Thank you!

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