facebook authorisation error

Forums SNAP – WordPress Plugin Forums facebook authorisation error

Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #394054
    Itouch
    Participant

    Hello,

    I’ve installad pro version of snap in a multisite.
    But I get an error “access denied” when I try to authorize with facebook.

    Multisite is built as following:
    http://www.domain.be
    http://www.domain.nl
    http://www.domain.fr

    And I have used http://www.domain.be as app domain and https://www.deceuninck.be/blog as siteurl, is this correct?

    I have tried this before with a single website without pro version and It dit work.

    Sincerely,

    Itouch

    #394226
    NextScripts.com
    Participant

    Domain can’t contain letters https://

    if you are authorizing from https://www.deceuninck.be/blog/wp-admin/ your domain must be www.deceuninck.be and URL https://www.deceuninck.be/blog

    #398254
    Itouch
    Participant

    Thanks but I already had it fixed!

    But I have new problem at the moment…

    I have made facebook apps for every website (nl, be & fr)

    My problem is: I want to share French posts specific to France & French Belgium and I want to share Dutch posts to Netherlands and Dutch Belgium.

    Can I do this with SNAP?
    I did a research and normally you would need to add an extra parameter(targeting) to add a specific audience rule. Am i Correct?

    Thanks for your response!

    #398272
    NextScripts.com
    Participant

    You can;t do that automatically at the moment. You need manually check/uncheck networks for each post. Future versions will allow that.

    #398280
    Itouch
    Participant

    Thanks for your response!

    What do you mean with future version? Next update? Version 4?

    #402122
    NextScripts.com
    Participant

    Version 4 will have advanced filters. You will be able to filter posts by categories, tags, type, status, format, author, search pattern, custom meta fields, taxonomies.

    I don’t know how you distinguish one language from another, but one of those should fit it.

Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.