In the section labeled ## SITE/SERVER INFO: ## you should see the three items highlighted below.
Solution: If JSON is marked as No, then this means that JSON isn’t running on your website server.
Solution: You don’t actually need your own Access Token in order to use the plugin, so try unchecking the Use my own Access Token setting and just using the token that’s built into the plugin.
In order to retrieve your posts from Facebook the plugin requires a few basic PHP modules which are enabled on the majority of web servers by default.
Solution: Try creating a new post on your page or in your group and then viewing the plugin’s feed again.
When creating a new Facebook page it isn’t actually published publicly until you click ‘Publish’ at the top of your page.
If you are familiar with editing this file then you can enable one or both of them yourself, otherwise it’s recommended that you contact your web host and request that they enable one or both of these extensions on your server.
The maximum post limit varies depending on how much data is associated with your posts, but it’s usually around 100.If it isn’t published then the plugin isn’t able to retrieve your posts.Solution: Check the top of your page to see whether there is a ‘Publish my page’ or similar button.You can then remove any Country Restrictions and Age restrictions (see screenshot).Once removed this will allow the Custom Facebook Feed plugin to access and display your posts.