This happens because you have a specific App Type on Facebook. Each labeled types give access to different permissions. Consumer will let you access your profile, while Business would only let you access your page. JIG needs an app that does both at the same time (unfortunately they are moving in a direction that will [...]
Generally speaking, whenever you have a problem that appears when saving (making a POST request), and it's dropping data, it's nearly always a problem with the max_input_vars setting in PHP. This defines the total allowed variables that can be sent as a POST request and menu items, JIG settings, Facebook pages tend to have [...]
While that loader screen is present, JIG is communicating with the image source's API. It should only take a few seconds, up to 10-20 seconds for profiles with lots of content. Anything longer means it's likely stuck. The most likely reason for getting stuck is not receiving the data via AJAX in the required format. [...]
Make sure the content is public. Photos marked with private/family privacy option or those that are age-restricted: "unsafe" are not available. Not all content on your profile needs to be public, only those that you wish to show with JIG.
With that said, make sure the profile you've added is in fact yours. Missing the option [...]
Flickr went SSL only on June 27th, 2014. Old JIG versions were not accessing the Flickr API via https. Just update to the latest version.
If you have no luck, try requesting a new API key from Flickr. Make sure OpenSSL is installed and active on your server (the hosting company's support can help you [...]
This happens when the feed does not contain any images. Having the item simply link to an is not the way to go. Images need to be in the feed as either:
HTML img tags in the feed item's description field.
Added as an enclosure.
Added as media:thumbnails to Media RSS.
Make sure your feed [...]
The core error goes like this: SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK.
The first thing to do is to go to JIG settings > Advanced section > SSL verify peer setting and choose the No option. If this solved the problem, please note that it's not an optimal solution and [...]
CSRF means Cross-Site Request Forgery and is a type of attack. Most likely it's a false positive. Aggressive caching may prevent JIG from adding users of external content sources. Try disabling W3 Total Cache plugin or other caching plugins just while you add your user. Once it is successful and saved, you can re-enable caching.
Go to JIG settings > Facebook tab > Facebook overview slug setting and click the link in the help bubble to flush rewrite rules. If you've customized the slug, revert it to facebook-album as you may have set a conflicting slug.
If it didn't help: certain plugins interfere with rewrite rules. Try disabling some [...]
It's just a default limit. The limit originally comes from the Facebook API, where it is 100. JIG also adds a limit of 100 to Flickr. Recent posts source has a limit of 50. The reason behind the limit is to not overwhelm the site with an unlimited number of thumbnails, on the first try. [...]