• 2012/10/5 18:28

  • sealdeal

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is there a way to have any posting on your facebook page to feed onto a xoops site?

Re: facebook
  • 2012/10/7 3:39

  • easyb9

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Do you mean you post an update on your facebook page and it become autopost on your xoops site automatically or
you make some update content at your xoops site then you need automatic autopost to your facebook fanpage?

Re: facebook
  • 2012/10/7 16:04

  • sealdeal

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we run a free classifieds for our area we want when our friends post on our facebook it will also be on our xoops web site

Re: facebook
  • 2012/10/11 16:11

  • Charles38

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I would very much like to know how i can automate integration of my FB page with the site, any help will be most appreciated.

Thanks and regards

Re: facebook
  • 2012/12/19 17:30

  • preachur

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I have been looking for a solution to this as well. Since facebook is cracking down on shelter pet code-red cross posting pages, I wanted to pipe posts in through the facebook .rss into a forum or at least into a database / page with a comments system. The facebook pages just aren't getting the exposure like they used to.

So far I can't get it to work with any of the feed modules. I can't even get a FB feed to display....

https://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=rss20&id=162378977151678 <- Was testing them with this URL.

Now, I found an old module for vanilla forums and tested it a few months ago. It imported the facebook posts from that feed link into the discussion forum, but used random users from the user database as "authors" and only posted to the root category... so it showed me that it is POSSIBLE to import them like that, despite the fact that the module wasn't functional enough to be useful.

(I don't like vanilla and uninstalled it after the test.)

I would love to see a module like this that would simply import and post each feed item and allow comments. I think it would be great to be able to pull page posts out of facebook automatically and discuss them on an XOOPS site.

Re: facebook
  • 2012/12/19 18:48

  • Dante7237

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I have the FB "Recommendation" plug in working in an iframe. It is a bit quirky matching images to links, but I think thats more a xoops issue than the functionality in the plugin.

There's a link to the FB integration scripts at the bottom of the block.

Re: facebook
  • 2013/1/6 22:35

  • Nayert

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Thanks preachur and Dante7237. Pretty useful suggestions.


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