Facebook test user error validating application

While loggedin to your Facebook account go to Facebook Developers page. New modal window will show, enter your Application display name, category and click “Create App” button. At the top of the page you should be able to find App ID and App Secret keys (we will be using them a bit later).

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Enter your App ID and App Secret keys generated earlier, save the form and (after page reload) click “Connect with Facebook” link. After successful authentication you should be redirected back to your site, where from the list you will be able to select to which account you wish to post updates (the list will allow you to select either your personal account or one of Pages to which you are assigned as an Administrator). Finally you will be presented with some automatic shares default parameters that will allow you to customize your FB shares, set them as you see fit and again save the form (you will be able to edit this at any time).

At the bottom of the configuration form “Send Test Share” button, once you finished your configuration it is recommended to use it in order to verify if your application is working as expected.

Quote: "For existing apps, there are no changes required for your app, but you should consider using the new endpoint".

This is simplified and robust example how you can post on user's wall when she/he is not currently logged in or not using your application. Access tokens are needed to make calls on facebook graph api. This example shows how to post message on user's wall and get user's data.

Read more about it here Notice: This article is updated (july 2011) after initial publish because of changes in facebook API.

I have to re-write or add fallow up articles to my posts about "offline_access" permission about that suggestion/change. But AFAIK - there is no hurry, because nothing gets broken that day.

Ready Graph is removed from the plugin Automatically add links to posts or pages that are being published to your Facebook wall, pages or groups. The way links appear on Facebook can be customized. The link description will be the excerpt, or part of the post text if there is none.

It is possible to configure a link image (Word Press icon, first image in the media library or in the text, featured image, avatar of the author or custom image) or you can let Facebook select one automatically.

It is possible to exclude individual post links from being added to your wall, pages or groups by ticking a check box just above the publish button.

Setup guide There is support for multi-user and network sites and shortcodes will be processed (option).

[Links checked February/10/2017] User’s input can be validated on the server and on the client (web browser).

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