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  1. Hey everyone I finally reach a point where I need to go a little further in what social integration is about. That said, and starting with facebook, I've read a few docs and follow the documention but a few questions still remain. I will start to say what I have understood so far: I've created the app in facebook, configured everything just right (I even manage to get a local and production environment going on) I manage to successful login and get the returned url with the token flag From what I understood, I need to get an access_token from this return token, using the php sdk method provided by facebook (something along the lines of $facebook->getAccessToken(); ) The problem: I want to have a like button (with the share dialog). Currently I'm not managing to get the like to appear on the user timeline - I do have permissions, given upon user login. My question: Has anyone implemented something like this? Should I get the access_token and store it in a session variable? How can I associated the access_token to the "like" request? What is usually the basic workflow? What I have: The user click the login button, gets redirected to the facebook page. Logs in, accepts permission and gets back to the mydomain.com/token=facebook_token. I have a script associated specifically to this url (script that upon login, registers/logs the user into my actual website). I think in this script, I can store whatever tokens I need, I'm just trying to figure out where to use them! I've ask around and either this is just so simple no one cares to explain or I'm just having bad luck! Thank you very, very much for your attention. ps.: I'll buy you a beer!
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