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Thanks for the quick attention! That did the trick.

I'm getting an error after the recent software update (see below).

Notice: Undefined variable: card_type in /home/*********/public_html/libraries/sourcecoast/openGraph.php on line 374

Hi. When I have SSL active on my site, my Facebook data isn't showing (like and comments only display without SSL). Is there a setting in JFPConnect that addresses this? Thanks.

Jan-20-16 10:04:13
Maintain Social Shares After Site Migration with new URLs
Category: JFBConnect

Thanks for the great support. That fix worked, but then I was able to keep the old links by using sh404sef! Luckily I had less than 50 to configure because I had to set each one by hand. But then JFBConnect was pulling the correct social share history. Thanks again.

Jan-19-16 21:05:34
Maintain Social Shares After Site Migration with new URLs
Category: JFBConnect

Hi. I am migrating my content out of K2, so my article links have changed. I have 4 years of "social history" associated with those links. Is there a way to keep the new and old link associated using JFBConnect? I read that you can create a separate like tag for each article, but I'd like to use JFBConnect if possible. https://searchenginewatch.com/sew/how-t … -migration

Thanks.

Jan-19-16 11:13:38
Category: JFBConnect

Thanks. I did find a similar hack on an older page in the blog. Originally I thought it was only on the page that had the JFBConnect short code on, so I thought that was suspect. But it seems you're correct that there is something else going on. Thanks for the fast reply.

Jan-18-16 23:39:20
Category: JFBConnect

I just installed JFBConnect on j3.4.8 and used it in a k2 item and the following hacked code was injected into the one page I had a JFBConnect tag on - injected into my Rockettheme roknavmenu. Are you aware of this vulnerability? Does it have to do with my particular combination of extensions - K2 and Rockettheme with JFBConnect?

Code:

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<script language="JavaScript">mxurlhs=document.getElementById(zqoppsx); mxurlhs.style.display=rbayb;</script>

This is the JFBConnect tag I was using:

Code:

{SCOpenGraph image=http://www.astroraven.com/images/concussion250.jpg}

Thanks.

PS This code only shows up in Firefox with the noscript extension installed and running. I can't figure out how to clean up this hack - if anyone has any ideas let me know. I removed the JFBConnect tag and cleared the cache, but the hack is still showing on that page. I'm taking it down or I'd include the link. There was no injected code in the item itself. If I created a new item but gave it the same link as the old item, the hacked code showed up. But if I gave the original item a new ID and published it, there was no hacked code. So somehow, the hacked code is specific to the original item number and link.

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