Simple and clean.
Maybe you can force the user to give permission for email with:
$loginUrl = $facebook->getLoginUrl(array(
'scope' => $scope,
Until enable permission.
The email "@facebook.com" generated does not seem a good practice.
Or add an action before inserting the user:
do_action('nextend_fb_pre_user_registered', $user_profile, $facebook);
Your Plugin Save my day.
I hava problem with google crawler in Webmaster tools google recive response error 500. How to fix it?
I was experiencing some problems at first (redirection after login not working properly sometimes and was sending me back to the login page) but with the latest updates it all seems to be working ok.
This is a critical feature though so it has me a little bit worried and I intend to implement it myself now I know all the nuts and bolts of facebook login. If I ever get the time (after all it is a blog I am running, not the NSA secret servers xD)
Anyway: great work. Thanks for sharing!
This is great, it came with Flatsome premium theme and is integrated into the theme a bit.
I find it conflicts with custom login logo, this may be due to the theme but i would like to see this updated to know its still in active development.
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