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EE_Twitter is a good free solution for embedding Tweets via the API (it does not create entries in EE's database).


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Using this kind of conditional in a parameter won't work well: return_when_logged_in="{if segment_2}/'{segment_2}'{if:elseif segment_3}'{segment_2}'/'{segment_3}'/{if:elseif segment_4}'{segment_2}'/'{segment_3}/'{segment_4}'{if:else}/{/if}" First, you shouldn't need those single quotes, as this could cause more issues than less. Also with the above, you'...


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Unfortunately Facebook has a lot of control over the display of the Facebook-related UI in FBC, so your options are limited. You can change the label or size of the login button (the list of parameters can be found here: http://www.solspace.com/docs/facebook_connect/login/), but that's about what is possible with FBC. If you need to further customize the ...


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It'd be a tall order to synchronize activity on any third party social network and your EE site; if you absolutely need a unified experience, pick one and forget about the EE comments module. How is it a tall order? Imagine Facebook Frank leaving a comment on your Facebook site, which Local Site Larry (who doesn't have a Facebook account) responds to via ...


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I've had good luck posting to Facebook and Twitter using dlvr.it. I set up recipes to take the information from my RSS feed and post the title/story/link to both Twitter and Facebook. I speed up the turnaround using Superfeeder's pubsubhubbub service.


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I have not used it but I did stumble across "Smart Members PRO" on devotee https://devot-ee.com/add-ons/smart-members-pro


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try adding a protect_javascript variable in in config.php: $config['protect_javascript'] = 'n';


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Well, first of all, your {exp:channel:entries} tag has zero parameters, meaning you have little control over what's being loaded unless it is detecting it from the URL. I'm also guessing it's possible this Channel Entries loop lives inside of another one, which won't work. You'll have to provide significantly more information for us to give you a real answer....


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I think I've heard of this issue before, where the host forces query strings. http://ee2docs.com/urls/remove_index.php.html#exceptions Look under that reference and scroll down to the area referencing query string forcing. You apparently need to change this rule in your EE installation root's .htaccess file to match this: RewriteRule ^(.*)$ /index.php?/$1 ...


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Both the comment:entries and comment:form tags accept an entry_id parameter, so there's no reason you can't have multiple forms on a page, so long as you pass the correct entry_id to each. You might also run into variable collisions, since you'll need to use them inside of a channel:entries loop, so you may need to embed the comments/form and pass the ...


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For forms add a <input type="hidden" name="csrf_token" value="{csrf_token}"> or disable it in config.php $config['disable_csrf_protection'] = 'y';


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I know this will sound silly but have you tried changing your quotation marks within the EE tag to single quotes. I run into this issue all the time even though it 'looks' like it shouldn't be an issue. <meta property="og:description" {exp:streeng allowed='none'}content="{pages_summary}"{/exp:streeng}> I always use single quotes ( ' ) within an EE ...


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I think you can do this with standard OpenGraph meta tags. Just create a meta tag for each image in your entry and Facebook will handle the rest. I'm not sure it will create an "album" but it should attach all images to the shared post. <meta property="og:image" content="http://yourdomain.com/full/path/to/your/image.jpg" /> <meta property="og:image"...


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