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The Activity Feeds has been deprecated and no longer works after 23rd June, so this is why it would have stopped working. https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/activity This is probably the nearest thing you will be able to have that is similar to the Activity Feed: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/page-plugin


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If you are using W3 Total Cache or any other caching system make sure it does not cache the feeds. WordPress uses SimplePie for parsing it's feeds. They are many things that are happening at the same time that can cause some confusion. First SimplePie does cache the feeds, I haven't figured yet how to clear it or where it is stored. But you can use this ...


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To stop W3 Total Cache from minifying the feeds you need to go to: In the menu: Performance > Minify Meta Box: HTML & XML > HTML minify settings: Check the box for: Don't minify feeds One of the issues with feed minifying is that it adds CDATA wrapper around javascript in the content and that breaks the XML. I had this issue with videos that were in ...


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Things added by WordPress core can not be deleted or removed, or better said, shouldn't be modified directly. Instead, you can use any of the actions and filters. Specifically, to disable comments feeds, you can use this (note the priority parameter): remove_action( 'wp_head', 'feed_links', 2 ); The above code will remove also other posts feed link, ...


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look in header.php A trial an error way of finding it is to delete the whole php page, load your wordpress page, check your source (usually ctrl+u depending on browser) and see if your code is there. If not then your code is on that page. If you cant find it still - delete half the page and check. Repeat.



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