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I configured Web Identify Federation between AWS Cognito and Facebook and I'm getting the following error message when I tried to authenticate:

"Can't load URL: The domain of this URL isn't included in the app's domains. To be able to load this URL, add all domains and sub-domains of your app to the App Domains field in your app settings."

I'm struggling to find out which is the correct URL I have to add in the App Domains.
I tried the URL for the static-website on S3 and its CloudFront URL, and it doesn't work.
Does it need a proper domain name to work?

I'm just looking for an example.

Thank you,

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I am looking for a tool to track social media comments for multiple sites (FB, Twitter, etc.)
I want to be able to select the date range / URL link to the FB and Twitter Page(s) and be able to extract the date of post and comment.   Does anyone know of a free tool that provides this?   I have seen a few that provide a keyword search, but not for comments posted to specific URL links.  Thanks for any assistance.
I have a video  on my mobile which I would like to move  to whats up so can I send it from there
What can you benefit from moving Program files from C drive to D drive?

Can you simply move a program file from C: to D: ? In Windows, programs aren’t single files. Often, they’re not even found in a single folder, but rather in dozens of places on the hard drive. The file locations are referenced troughout Windows, which means that moving any of them would cause the program to fail. A simple file-move operation will be unsuccessful. Or will you manually uninstalling them and reinstalling to the D drive? Obviously, it’s not a good way especailly when there are a lot of applications installed on C drive.

Then, what is the best way? I think a third-party data migration software can make things much easier. Such programs are usually capable of dragging and dropping the program files from C drive to D drive safely and quickly. Here, EaseUS Todo PCTrans is recommended for its easy-to-use feature. It can help you transfer data and application to new PC/OS in simple steps in Windows XP/Vista/ 7/8/8.1/10 & Server 2003/2008/2012. All programs files like Facebook, Photoshop, Movie Maker, installed games, etc. that you downloaded from website and regarded as third-party software are supported.

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I would uninstall and reinstall the programs.  As you said, files are stored in different locations on the C drive, but there are registry entries that are created in every program's installation as well that point to those files and directories.  There maybe software that analyzes the software completely to move it, but if you have the software, I would uninstall and reinstall and pick your D drive and you won't have to worry about the software missing anything.

The advantage of installing on a different drive is if you are running out of room on your C drive, which can cause a slow down in your PCs operation.  If you have the room on the C, I would leave them on C, unless you are trying to organize your drives by having an app drive.

Most transfer software that I have used has been to transfer a complete drive to a new drive, not selected programs.  The transfer software images the disk and transfers it to the new drive (usually done because I've purchased a larger drive for my C drive).
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by:William Fulks
This reads more like an article than a question. Did you post it in the wrong category?
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SEO can seem like a daunting process for many small business owners. You may not be sure what the most important SEO steps are for you to take. That depends upon your business’ goals, however, we do think that these 5 important SEO steps can help every small business.

Up the +1 and Like – Lots of small businesses use WordPress plugins and Facebook content boxes and such to make their blog posts easier. With the emphasis that search engines are placing on social signals, one way to get even more social juice is to add the native Google +1 button and the native Facebook Like or Share button to the main or secondary header sections on every page of your site. This way you can increase the odds of your homepage and other core pages accumulating more social signals over time. It’s easy to add this content to your webpages. You can get the code for the Google +1 button and Facebook button by clicking on the appropriate links.
Embed larger images. This isn’t technically an SEO move, but it can add to better engagement on social networks which will help your SEO. In fact, social signals are becoming crucial to improve your SEO. A recent Facebook redesign places a lot of emphasis on images on pages by displaying them fully across a post – if they meet certain size guidelines. The enlarged images make your post stand out on mobile devices as well as laptops and should be something you …
This is a recent tech related issue that happened to someone I know.  A scam unfortunately and the hacker took advantage of a very fragile situation too.  Its amazing at what lengths hackers will go to take advantage of a person during their plight.

A friend of mine lost their dog so they made a post on Facebook about that and if anyone could help them find their missing dog.  They put their email and phone number out there in that post.  Their post was shared numerous times.  A few weeks went by and someone contacted them saying they found their dog.  My friend was very excited to hear the news and asked how they can get in touch.  The person said they need to verify my friend really owns the dog and asked them for the security code that was just sent to their phone.  Not thinking of anything other than having a chance to see their loyal friend again, they provided the security code that was sent to their phone to this stranger.

Boom.  Their email was hacked.

Guard your phone number and email folks.  Facebook is a new way to spread the word and get some traction for things we need urgency on, but displaying private information publicly, even in dire situations, can bite you in the butt.  Even if a person who is friends with you on Facebook prods for private information you have to guard yourself and consider if they've even been hacked and someone is posing as them.

It happens and it sucks.  Many of us here probably wouldn't fall for something like this, but …
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by:Brian B
what use the PIN number would be without the physical card?

Scammers probably already have the card number. It is possible to make a new card, so once they have the PIN they can do whatever they want just like they had the real card. Fortunately the new chip enabled cars make this scam more difficult.

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by:Nichole LaRue
Please verify it's your dog:

"What color is your dog?" Brown and white
"Does it have any characteristics that stand out?" Underbite and lousy attitude
"What color is it's collar?" Black
"What is your social security number?" uhhhh
Years ago, I setup a FB account for our Sawgrass Subdivision Homeowners Association.  Apparently, the account was defined as a "profile" and was never converted to a "page".  FB recently disabled the profile however after several identity confirmation submissions and pleading, they have now restored the profile login.  Issue now, obviously my name is displayed on the top rather than our organizational name.  I need help with converting this profile to an organizational page with appropriate name branding.

We use Infusionsoft order forms which have none of the facebook meta tags. We have been running facebook ads to these order forms. To do this, we used a meta redirect on a wordpress page. On that page was the same image (featured) that we use on the order forms as the hero image. Also on the wordpress page is the same text that we use on the order forms.

This had been working, but now, whenever I have the redirect on, it can't get a good facebook scrape. I get the following error: Object at URL 'http://xm8mastery.com/denver-co-xactimate-certification-training/' of type 'website' is invalid because a required property 'og:title' of type 'string' was not provided.

Here is an example order form: https://bq247.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/Denver-Certification-Training-Nov-6-8-2017
Here is an example page with the redirect turned on http://xm8mastery.com/denver-co-xactimate-certification-training/

The redirect method may no longer be viable. If it is, I'd love to hear some ideas on how to make it work. Or if there are better alternatives, I'd love to know.
I need a code that does like this site (http://findpostid.com/).

I need to get the unique id of each post by only providing the post URL. Can be in PHP or Javascript
Don't we all love to stay connected with our friends and the world outside, no matter how busy we are? I need your suggestion to use these applications for pc. tell me about their features, which application is with non-ad.





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Cyber News Rundown: 10/06/17

Yahoo Breach Expands to All 3 Billion Users

In a recent statement, Yahoo announced that its 2013 breach, which took nearly 4 years to investigate, has impacted all 3 billion of their site’s unique users. Along with this recent update, the company is still reeling from a separate 2014 breach, which holds the dubious title of 2nd largest data breach to date. This update to the total affected users isn’t surprising, given that the original breach left questions as to why some accounts were compromised, while others remained untouched and showed no signs of malicious activity.

Facebook Under Fire After Russia-Based Ads Overwhelm Users

Recently, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg issued an apology for the site’s lack of action in stopping Russian advertisements and fake news articles, which have been circulating heavily since the 2016 election season. His statement goes on to promise that additional safeguards will be implemented to ensure Facebook can continue to be a safe platform for users to voice their opinions.
More stories you might have missed this week on the Webroot Blog!

We have a new Wordpress website. Our old Wordpress site had the Facebook "Like and Share" buttons on each page.
When a user clicked it, it would "Like" or "Share" that specific page.

Our web designer didnt put the FB Like and Share buttons on our pages on our new site.
I found the code from the link above and inserted onto all our pages, but all it does it just point people to Like and Share our business FB page, it doesn't ask people to Like/Share specific pages (i.e. our Employment Page or Contact Page etc).

  <title>Your Website Title</title>
    <!-- You can use open graph tags to customize link previews.
    Learn more: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/webmasters -->
  <meta property="og:url"           content="http://www.your-domain.com/your-page.html" />
  <meta property="og:type"          content="website" />
  <meta property="og:title"         content="Your Website Title" />
  <meta property="og:description"   content="Your description" />
  <meta property="og:image"         content="http://www.your-domain.com/path/image.jpg" />

  <!-- Load Facebook SDK for JavaScript -->
  <div id="fb-root"></div>
  <script>(function(d, s, id) {
    var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];
    if (d.getElementById(id)) return;
    js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id;
    js.src = 

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I've asked a related question before but starting over is best.
The neighbor used this camera to take videos to upload to his Facebook page.
These videos are between 3 and 4 minutes. The size of these are 50-60MB which I think is high. The uploads to FB take around an hour or more. He says he has the setting on the camera to be "standard." Standard what I do not know.
I have the 160 page manual and will ask questions as I go.
Page 94 says standard is for shooting standard quality movies. Page 95 has image quality options.
Image quality choices:
1280 x 720 pixels for high definition videos.
640 x 480 pixels for standard quality.
320 x 240 pixels for lowest quality.

Shooting times:
1280 frame rate = 10 minute (2GB), 43 minutes (8GB)
640 = 23 minutes, 1 hour 35 minutes
320 = 1 hour 13 minutes, 4 hours 52 minutes.

Before proceeding
is there anything you see above that causes these 50-60MB movies of only 3-4 minutes and what can be done to change them to a reasonable size to be uploaded to Facebook.
I had this question after viewing How to redirect after a user shares something one facebook.
Hi, I am a man in the street who knows nothing about coding……Please help, My aim is that when FB visitors click on this link on my post: https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u=https://goo.gl/nsbpk5
It will obviously take them to share dialogue, and when they click share, I need them to be redirected (URL Redirection or dialog/feed) to this one: https://goo.gl/HSo5rf    this one has to pop up. So how do I join these hyperlinks to make one?
I tried this: https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u=https://goo.gl/nsbpk5&redirect_uri=https://goo.gl/HSo5rf
 but it gives me a this blank page after clicking SHARE: https://www.facebook.com/dialog/return/close#_=_
In short this should  be a full page display, shown within Facebook.com.
and a popup page should be compatible to Mobile web apps as well.
Where did I go wrong???????
I am new to social media and was just invited onto a platform called "Alignable." I joined but need to fill out my profile.

Please explain what it is and how large they are?

I like that I am in touch with the organizer, which I think could be helpful as I work towards a press launch of my book.

Please help put it into perspective for me. Is it a good network? Who do they compete with?

I have a WordPress blog. Woks fine

However when I include a link from the blog sometimes it shows the image associated to the  link (a post) for example:

http://puroschistes.com/magia-y-sexo/ will show the image associated pf the post...


http://puroschistes.com/que-horas-son/ will come up with a number images all from the images in the library none of the ones corresponding to the post. In othe sites (whatsapp for example) each link show the corresponding image.

I have used:

I debug and scrape but I get unexpected results

Any ideas?
I have a Sony Handycam HDR CX240 camcorder.

This camera will be used to record video outside for a few hours.

A good few people would like to watch this video footage live while it is being recorded.

Facebook Live seems to be a good streaming service for this task.

How would I stream this video footage through Facebook Live through use of my Sony Handycam HDR CX240 camcorder?


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God forbid if any real news got out of the country

While NK is big in the news, China is not that much better - comrades in arms...
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by:Kyle Santos
Yeah I was smh.  Poor folks just want some form of privacy!
I see sub-domains available. What's it do?
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I'm trying to find a Wordpress theme that will be good for the following
- 2-3 simple pages, e.g. about us and contact
- an easy photo gallery similar to Facebook. Where I can have dates, perhaps 5-10 photos on each date. I don't use Facebook but want my own site to have ability to drop photos in on the fly and leave a simple 1 line description about it.

I have the domain and will enable the Wordpress app with the hosting company.
A woman was fired from her teaching position because allegedly made a post telling nwords to go back to Africa.  Other people see the post, but when she opens her own page, it is not there.  What kind of expert could i hire from here that could go back to her events Monday and prove she was hacked ?   Thanks,   Probably some neo-Nazi wannabe getting his rocks off from getting nwords shorts all in a bunch.  This is some serious stuff.
Hi everybody.
It looks I'm not able to understand how to do something I thought it be quick and easy. When I click on a 'share with Facebook' icon in a web page, sometimes I would like to share that content not in my main profile but in one of my pages. But clicking the share icon doesn't allow me to set the page where post the link I'm sharing: there's something I can do on my Facebook settings to get this feature available? Or does a workaround exist to get this result?

Thank you so much for your help.
Where did I go wrong here?

I promoted this post and granted have not spent much money yet, I don't want to until I can confirm that I am on the right track.

These are the results:

This is post I was promoting.

This is the product I was promoting on my website https://tedpenner.com/etracker

Assistance is greatly appreciated.
I need to stream live on facebook with other HDMI inputs ,
I thought of using Vmix ,

Which video capture card would you recommend and if you know of a different software as well ..
I need to stream live a show that I will get a HDMI cable from the camera crew.

How can I connect it and broadcast it live.






Facebook is an online social networking service. After registering to use the site, users can create a user profile, add other users as "friends", exchange messages, post status updates and photos and receive notifications when others update their profiles. Additionally, users may join common-interest user groups, organized by workplace, school or college, or other characteristics, and categorize their friends into lists such as "People From Work" or "Close Friends". Notable features include a News Feed, Friends, a Wall, a Timeline, the Like button, Messages and an inbox, Notifications and Networks and groups.