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I have transferred my Wordpress site from Shared Hosting to Digital Ocean. http://livingwithict.com

I have installed various plugins for Facebook Likebox and tried to place it under the "Find Us On Facebook" at the right Sidebar. But the like box is not displaying. It was working on localhost as well as the previous shared hosting. But after migrating the site to VPS from Digital Ocean, it stopped working.

Thanks in Advanced.

Regards, Tushar

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Did you check your browser console? I'm getting Application Error: There was a problem getting data for the application you requested. The application may not be valid, or there may be a temporary glitch. Please try again later. Could be a bad plugin. –  Brian Dec 8 '13 at 3:36
    
Why not just roll your own so you don't have to deal with plugins? There's a wizard provided by facebook: developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/like-button/#settings –  Andrew Bartel Dec 8 '13 at 6:07
    
@AndrewBartel: Your suggestion worked. The iframe code worked. Thanks. If you could Answer it then I would mark it as Solved. But, Why didn't the plugins work? –  Tushar Khatiwada Dec 8 '13 at 7:47
    
I don't know, the only facebook plugin I've used is Otto's and that one works pretty much every time. The facebook api is very complicated and has very inconsistent and often out dated documentation, not to mention it's quite slow. It's easy for even good developers to miss something and have their plugin not work on some configurations. Glad you got it working, happy coding. –  Andrew Bartel Dec 8 '13 at 8:21

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