I think I'm going crazy. I can't get it to work. I simply want to check if a user has liked my page with javascript in an iFrame app.  FB.api({     method:     "pages.isFan",     page_id:        my_page_id, },  function(response) {...
So apparently because of the recent scams, the developer tools is exploited by people to post spam and even used to "hack" accounts. Facebook has blocked the developer tools, and I can't even use the console.    How did they do that?? O...
I am just trying to implement the facebook login on a WebView in Android. The problem is after I click the facebook button on my HTML page and insert the username and password on Facebook dialog. The url redirect is just giving me a black page....
I am trying to create a Facebook iFrame app. The app should first show an image and if the user likes the page, he will get access to some content.  I use RoR, therefore I can't use the Facebook PhP SDK.  Here is my iFrame HTML when the user ha...
Is it possible to upload a file using the Facebook Graph API using javascript, I feel like I'm close.  I'm using the following JavaScript  var params = {}; params['message'] = 'PicRolled'; params['source'] = '@&#...
Have you had any experience in Facebook in-app browser detection? What's the core difference in user agent?  I don't want to know if it is a only mobile/ios/chrome. I need to know whether user agent is specific from Facebook in-app browser...
The Facebook OAuth popup is throwing an error in Chrome on iOS only. Both developers.facebook.com and google have turned up nothing about this. Ideas?...
At first I thought that hash hack is a requirement, however judging from the recent updates from facebook, I am thinking otherwise.  The original hash hack (I am not sure if this is the correct term) is that by changing location.hash, one may save a...
I use Facebook as the membership system of my website. It uses the  code to generate a login control, allowing users to login via their facebook account. It's essentially one click if they're already a member, 2 if they're not (for granti...
While surfing facebook and using the Firebug network debugger I noticed that facebook's AJAX responses all start with an empty for loop.  Example:  for(;;);{...}   Does anyone know why this is done?  I assume it's to prevent some sort of XSS...

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