I know this does not have anything to do with Pagelines directly but this is happening on my PL5 site. At the bottom of my blog posts I have put the Facebook Comments Plugin and it works well but when people are leaving comments they are the same for every post. Does anyone have any idea on how to solve this so the comments are for the post they are on. Does that make sense? Ha!
Thanks for any ideas folks.
Regarding the 'global option' mentioned by Simon in this previous post (to turn off the facebook opengraph data if you are using another plugin that provides it) ...where is this option? I don't seem to be able to find it.
Many thanks in advance.
I'm sure this is just user fatigue...but where is the setting to delete the Facebook button in the Splash section of Teamwork? You'd think it would be in the Splash area, but it seems
to be hiding elsewhere! You can barely see it... I didn't even notice it until I changed the image.
We have started experiencing a crippling issue within the last few days. It seems that ever since three days ago the CSS will not load for our pages outside of the DMS editor. Inside of the editor everything appears to be looking fine, but after publishing and viewing the page in a new browser our elements are all over the place, and in the console it appears that there is an error stating that the CSS did not get loaded. Looking through FTP, it seems that the two CSS files in the pagelines folder in wp-content are now missing. We did not access this folder or modify any files prior to this. What kind of problem could this be? We are totally halted on any work we can perform until this is solved, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
An example of the phenomenon: http://datesafe2.21thirteenhost.com/category/ask-mike/
By Jeffrey Salim+
When trying to activate the Facebook Plugin, using the Bootstrap Theme under Platform 5, the following Fatal Error occurs:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[', expecting ')' in /wp-content/plugins/pl-plugin-login-facebook/libs/fblogin.php on line 35
If anyone has any advice, it would be greatly appreciated...