I’m trying to connect my wp site http://wordpressdownload.cu.cc with my faceook app using the Social Network Publisher Plugin (SNAP) (in fact I have used many other plugins) to publish my wp posts to fb page, however, it always get a connection error. I think that there is something in the PHP.ini settings (allow_url_include) which prevent this kind of connections.
Thanks for your time.
Hello @Don_Elyes. I think it may have been better to ask for help on WordPress forums or send a email to developer who develops that plugin. They will have bigger knowledge about this issue. We can provide hosting-related questions not CMS, PHP script or plugin related help.
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I hope that you will be able to solve out your issue.
I am having a hard time connecting to your website. that could be one of the issues. it may be timing out allot due to a plugin or something on your website. Facebook has the .cu.cc blocked. so you may have to find a way to change the domain to something facebook will allow. facebook allows .tk domains but it seems like the host doesn’t.
btw mods do you allow pirated items to be hosted on your website?
dude your a ripper.
btw i am reporting that site to envato. I know you do not have permission to share those files. thats copyright infringment. I know some of the themes your giving for free cost money. You are not allowed to reshare any of em if you purchased them.
allow_url_include is a way to load in external PHP code through a URL. Using it is bad for both security (the remote content could change to something dangerous) and performance. As far as I know, no public API relies on it and Facebook definitely wouldn’t rely on it because it would mean you could only use their API from PHP.
The first thing you should do is to ensure that you actually understand what this “connection error” means. We could help you with that as well, but we’d need the full error message in order to say anything about it.