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1 year, 6 months ago on CG Student Awards - Michel Seretis
The photo is from the Bahamas, there is a beach where local pigs go and take a swim :)
2 years, 11 months ago on A pig in the sea and other social network gripes
@PatrickHealy you need to create a Facebook application and put it's ID as a meta tag on your pages like this <meta property="fb:app_id" content="XXXXX"/> <meta name="fb_app_id" content="XXXXX">This will combine all (new) comments on your site under this application and you will seem the in the Facebook moderation tool
3 years, 1 month ago on The WordPress vs Facebook Game: Round II
The Facebook comments plugin (by Facebook) is an independent comments system. All comments are stored on Facebook servers and moderation can be done on a Facebook page https://developers.facebook.com/tools/comments (You need to have setup an Facebook application for that)
Livefyre integrates with WordPress, e.g. every comment you post via Livefyre is also copied in your WordPress database as well as the Livefyre system.
If something on your site appears or disappears without any hint for the reason you probably have some incompatibility between the wordpress plugins you are using.
3 years, 2 months ago on The WordPress vs Facebook Game: Round II
@PatrickHealy thanks for stopping by my blog. You seem to have both LiveFyre and the Facebook comments plugin on your site! The two systems are completely separate.
@hybriddomainer The problem for me is that I've been posting/sharing stuff on Facebook for years now. All this content was not very important (just thing I found interesting at the time) and was not intended to become an archived, easily accessible, representation of myself. The fact that the (old) wall feature only showed the last 10-20 posts and going back in time was very hard, meant these posts had a short lifespan. Now Facebook is making it easy (with no other alternative other than deleting posts one by one) for all my "friends" to dig up what I've been posting 4 years ago. Bottom line, when Facebook introduces such major changes we should have the tools to manage them easily. Otherwise they will have the negative reactions that they are getting.
3 years, 2 months ago on Sorry Facebook, But That Stuff I Share on Your Site is Not the "Story of My Life"
@jennalanger thanks for the like :)
tried deactivating / activating the plugin and just got the "It looks like you're done...start using livefyre!" message on the Livefyre plugin page. Is it something else i need to do ?
3 years, 2 months ago on Trying out the Livefyre commenting system
@jennalanger In fact, WP-FB keeps importing posts into WordPress. For example the one I did on FB https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Markos-Giannopoulos-Blog/138016936278322?sk=wall for this article http://giannopoulos.net/2011/09/02/the-html-validation-games-continue/ I can see it in the Dashboard but Livefyre didnt import it (I guess the import is done once)
@jennalanger I see so I need a username (and 25 fans :)). It's kind of a strange requirement though, I'm sure the connection would work either way (it did with the WP-FB Comments WordPress plugin)
Anyone have a portfolio site to share?
3 years, 2 months ago on Characteristics of a modern portfolio site
Another recent development in Google Maps http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/sharing_google_maps_made_easier_with_shortlinks.php
3 years, 2 months ago on Rain or shine, see the weather in Google Maps
Hi @jennalanger ,thank you for stopping by. When I try to put the url of FB page on the LiveFyre control panel I get "You entered an invalid Facebook fan page". My page is here https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Markos-Giannopoulos-Blog/138016936278322?sk=wall
Hello world, this is a comment using Livefyre :)
3 years, 3 months ago on Trying out the Livefyre commenting system
Well this post doesnt apply any more :)
3 years, 3 months ago on The WordPress vs Facebook Game: Round II