Facebook Connect WordPress Plugin 1.0

Ya podéis descargar la versión 1.0 del plugin para integrar Facebook con WordPress.

Descargar Facebook Connector 1.0

Principales cambios de esta versión:

  • Soporte multiidioma (español e ingles por el momento, se agradecerá cualquier ayuda para traducir a otros idiomas). Para seleccionar el idioma del blog, es necesario editar el fichero wp-config.php, y modificar la variable: define (‘WPLANG’, ‘es_ES’);. Para los que quieran traducir a otros idiomas, el fichero con los textos del plugin podeis descargarlo aquí : fbconnect.po
  • Más personalización del widget. Ahora se puede copiar el fichero fbconnect_widget.php y fbconnect.css al directorio del tema de wordpress y personalizarlo. (Thanks to Axel from my-guides.net)
  • Para evitar problemas con otros plugins que utilizan las librerias de Facebook, a partir de esta versión se evita cargarlas si se detecta que ya han sido cargadas.

Change log:

  • Multilanguage support (spanish and english for the moment, any help will be appreciated)
  • Widget and CSS personalization. Copy fbconnect_widget.php and fbconnect.css to your wordpress theme directory. (Thanks to Axel from my-guides.net)
  • Solved problem with Facebook libraries already loaded by other plugin.

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  2. hi there. Great plugin.

    I’m having an issue after user logs in, then clicks ‘invite your friends’.

    While I do get sent to : fbconnect_action=invite, FF is throwing ‘browser is null’ error.

    from XdCommRe….debug.js (line 96);

    I removed calls to jQuery incase it was some kind of conflict, but didn’t help.

    Any thoughts?

  3. Ok, it seems i Fixed the above mentioned problem by switching off SSL. However my first problem is still not fixed:

    – I can’t get the minifeed-function to work in Safari.

    Oddly enough, in here Safari doesn’t mind publishing my comments to Facebook’s minifeed. However not on my own blog.

    It’s only with Safari, I have this problem, though.

    – When inviting, and the Facebook-window appears after selecting friends, some of the window is hidden behind my sidebar. I have added to the invitefriends.php as it threw my sidebar down at the buttom of the screen before. But now this problem occurs in stead.

  4. Hi Javier!

    When I use Internet Explorer to enter my site http://www.mikael-lemberg.dk on which I have installed your plugin, it comes up with a security alert:

    «To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors. Click here for options…»

    Some of my visitors say that this prevents them from logging in, while others are able to do so despite the error notice.

    I don’t get this error-message when visiting your site, so obviously I must be doing something wrong with mine. Have you got any idea what that might be?