Fb error validating application

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I can't subscribe to the bug because I'm suddenly not a developer. All of the accounts and apps should now be restored.

If any are not (and were disabled between 3pm and 5pm PST today), please let me know the app ID and I will investigate. Can people here verify that all of their apps are back?

We're working on restoring the set of apps that were accidentally disabled. (As people have pointed on the thread.)Sorry about this. I lost 4 apps but this is the most important one as it's integrated with an i OS app in the app store so I can't just create a new app and carry on as I've done for the other apps.

Any chance you can look at restoring 309852345803454.

Enter your App ID and App Secret keys generated earlier, save the form and (after page reload) click “Connect with Facebook” link. After successful authentication you should be redirected back to your site, where from the list you will be able to select to which account you wish to post updates (the list will allow you to select either your personal account or one of Pages to which you are assigned as an Administrator). Finally you will be presented with some automatic shares default parameters that will allow you to customize your FB shares, set them as you see fit and again save the form (you will be able to edit this at any time).

At the bottom of the configuration form “Send Test Share” button, once you finished your configuration it is recommended to use it in order to verify if your application is working as expected.

Profiles have ‘Friends’, pages have ‘Likes’ and groups have ‘Members’.

Before you can use Facebook integration you need to create Facebook Application in order to generate App ID and App Secret keys.

Could you please try on a different machine/server?

The easiest way to check whether you’re trying to display posts from a personal profile instead of a page or group is to view your page on Facebook and see whether you have ‘Friends’, ‘Likes’ or ‘Members’.

If you’re using the profile to represent a business, organization, product, public figure or something else other than yourself, then we’d advise converting your profile to a page per Facebook’s recommendation: as there are many advantages to using pages over profiles.

It is in fact against Facebook policies to use a profile to represent something other than yourself (see ‘Why should I convert my profile to a page’ in the link above).

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