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How To Display Facebook Page Events on Website using PHP?

Announcement:

Hi visitor,

We reached out to Facebook and they said that certain Facebook API features are temporarily down due to the changes they are making to the Facebook platform.

We digged into the new API documentation, and it says that once the Facebook changes were done, they will require the users of Events API to use a reviewed and approved FB application.

In other words, it will be harder to display FB page events because FB has to review your app first to make your access token work. We'll send you instructions how to do it once we got our app approved.

As a temporary fix, you can use the Facebook page plugin here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/page-plugin/

Thank you for understanding and patience.

Mike

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