Get started with PHP-Fusion

Start a New Thread

Users Participated

  • younis
    Post made: 1
  • Craig
    Post made: 3
  • Kevin Maschke
    Post made: 1
  • HobbyMan
    Post made: 8
  • Skeeve
    Post made: 2
  • HaYaLeT
    Post made: 2
  • Ankur
    Post made: 1
  • Thomas_D
    Post made: 2
  • LordKisame
    Post made: 2

Related Threads

Yahoo Weather Feed Panel
updated 2 months ago
Orbit Panel
updated 6 months ago
jQuery News Ticker Panel
updated 8 months ago
Cookiebar Panel
updated 8 months ago
R8HL Translator Panel
updated 9 months ago
Top Slide Panel
updated 1 year ago
Windows 8 Menu Panel
updated 1 year ago
Horizontal Latest Articles Ticker Panel
updated 1 year ago
ThumbsUp Panel
updated 1 year ago
Birthday panel
updated 1 year ago

  1. PHP-Fusion Support Forums
  2. AddonDB
  3. Official releases [Panels]

Facebook Comments Panel

Support for Panels in the AddonDB

21 Replies 15,219 Views Last Updated on 2 years ago

HobbyMan


Admin

#1

Posted 4 years ago

www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusions/addondb/img/screenshots/968.jpgThis is an alternative to the built-in comments system. It allows Facebook users to leave comments on your site in News, Articles, Photos, Downloads and Custom Pages.

This is a completely standalone system that does not require any core file modification

see readme for installation and configuration.

-- View this Addon --

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

Ankur


Admin

#2

Posted 4 years ago

Good Work philip... Smile

This looks Nice Smile
Hi! Its me, Ankur Thakur! :)

Posts: 1279

Joined: 02/11/2010

Craig


Fusioneer

#3

Posted 4 years ago

Filially someone done this.

Well done Philip.

This should IMO be popular. Smile

Posts: 4526

Joined: 27/09/2005

HobbyMan


Admin

#4

Posted 4 years ago

Bug in v1.0 . Now fixed in download

v1.4 - Fixed (another) download id error, cleaned up URL identification, added page title to tweets. Fixed Like not showing in IE bug.
v1.3 - Validated G+1 code
v1.2 - Fixed download ID error
v1.1 - Added Tweet, Like and Google+ buttons

Fix: Overwrite comment_include_panel.php
Edited by HobbyMan on 13-07-2011 21:39
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

HaYaLeT


Senior Member

#5

Posted 4 years ago

Thank you Philip,very nice..But i have a problem..What is this mean?

Warning: http://www.site.com/news.php?readmore=4 is unreachable.

Posts: 260

Joined: 31/10/2008

HobbyMan


Admin

#6

Posted 4 years ago

That is a generic warning you'll get if you're testing the panel on a offline site on your comp. It can also be generated as it takes a while for your App ID to propagate the FB servers.
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

HaYaLeT


Senior Member

#7

Posted 4 years ago

Oh,i understand.Thanks again..No problem now
Live Demo: http://www.design...readmore=2
Added Turkish support site..
Edited by HaYaLeT on 05-07-2011 15:41

Posts: 260

Joined: 31/10/2008

HobbyMan


Admin

#8

Posted 4 years ago

Nicely done Cool
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

Kevin Maschke


Member

#9

Posted 4 years ago

But does this also allow comments for registered people who don't want to post from facebook? I mean, can people decide to post from facebook or normal coment?
<3 PHP-Fusion

Posts: 162

Joined: 11/12/2006

Craig


Fusioneer

#10

Posted 4 years ago

Just Facebook. Smile

Posts: 4526

Joined: 27/09/2005

HobbyMan


Admin

#11

Posted 4 years ago

Yes, the built in comments system is unaffected. You have the choice of using either or both.
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

HobbyMan


Admin

#12

Posted 4 years ago

The Like button doesn't work in IE. To fix it just add this to comment_include_panel.php

Code Gist: Download source  
add_to_head("<html xmlns='http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml' xmlns:fb='http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml'>");


Version 1.4 containing this fix and other updates will be submitted to the db soon.
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

Thomas_D


Newbie

#13

Posted 4 years ago

I get this error on my site:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function add_to_footer() in /home/www/single-forum.dk/infusions/comment_include_panel/comment_include_panel.php on line 38

Any help on this problem?

Posts: 2

Joined: 13/07/2011

HobbyMan


Admin

#14

Posted 4 years ago

The add_to_footer function was added to the core in v7.02. You are obviously still using v7.01 or earlier.

Try using add_to_head - it should still work ok
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

Thomas_D


Newbie

#15

Posted 4 years ago

Hey and thanks for the quick reply :-)

It helpt me so the site dosent report an error but the facebook button dosent show???

The site i am using it on is : www.single-forum.dk
The site is running in V. 7.01.05 and the readme file tels me that it is made for that???

But so far I say thanks for a quick reply Smile

Posts: 2

Joined: 13/07/2011

HobbyMan


Admin

#16

Posted 4 years ago

Not sure why it's not displaying, it's there in the source code. There's something conflicting with it. It could be one of the various scripts you have running. try disabling them one at a time and see if it makes a difference.

Also, try a different your theme and see does that fix it.
Just some Guy

Posts: 1488

Joined: 24/03/2007

Craig


Fusioneer

#17

Posted 4 years ago

I created an app called comments, I entered my user id and app id but no comments show up in the facebook moderation comments page???

http://developers.facebook.com/tools/comments?v...t_comments

I see nothing.....

Code Gist: Download source  
add_to_head("<meta property='fb:admins' content='100xx1x9xx832x9'/>\n<meta property='fb:app_id' content='x37xx5x32x76x38'>");


Philip, Please can you give me more details how to moderate comments etc, I have entered the information my user id and app id but I still can manage comments. I checked that page link above it says I have no comments so I guess its not working.

Please help me?
Edited by Craig on 09-11-2011 17:24

Posts: 4526

Joined: 27/09/2005

Skeeve


Member

#18

Posted 4 years ago

At the Facebook Developers page for Errors that must be fixed, I'm showing:

Missing Required Property: The og:url property is required, but not present.
Missing Required Property: The og:type property is required, but not present.
Missing Required Property: The og:title property is required, but not present.

Any idea?
"The world is my country, and do good is my religion." - Thomas Paine

Posts: 75

Joined: 02/08/2008

Skeeve


Member

#19

Posted 4 years ago

Also, the "Like" button posts directly to Facebook without choosing a thumbnail.

What is the easiest way to remove this button and continue using the Share This button already present on the page?

eta: OK, after having a friend test some things, I see that the thumbnail issue is a problem with the whole infusion. It takes the first available thumb from the page and uses it.

With the Share This mod, there is a option to choose thumbnails before posting. Can this be changed with the Comments mod, or at least disable the thumbnail completely?
Edited by Skeeve on 25-12-2011 20:11
"The world is my country, and do good is my religion." - Thomas Paine

Posts: 75

Joined: 02/08/2008

younis


Member

#20

Posted 3 years ago

Nicely done!

Is it possible to change the colour of the comment text? At the moment it's black text, but I have a dark blue background, so it's kind of hard to read the text. Can the text colour be changed? Or is it possible to change the colour of the background of the Facebook comment area (maybe in a DIV Class or something)?

UPDATE: Never mind, I worked it out on my own. Just altered the "tbl" class settings in the various DIVs.
Edited by younis on 10-05-2012 06:52
Steve Younis
Superman Homepage - http://www.Superm...mepage.com
Christopher Reeve Homepage - http://www.ChrisR...epage.com/
Steve's Stuff - http://www.younis...

Posts: 83

Joined: 06/08/2004

Jump to Forum:
10 users are online
0 member and 10 guests