I'm trying to submit the following question:
I have an application hosted on Azure and accessed through a web page. Authentication to the application is handled by signing in through Facebook. The application is not a Facebook canvas application, though it can share some activity to a user's Facebook stream. I have two URLs to access my service; one http://projectgreenwich.cloudapp.net/ points to the site in the cloud (on Azure) while the other http://projectgreenwich.research.microsoft.com relies on DNS to give the application a more official looking URL. My problem is that in the Facebook application set-up () I can only give one "App Domain" for the Facebook authentication to pass back to. I can fork from that domain, e.g. having projectgreenwich.cloudapp.net, projectgreenwichlocal.cloudapp.net, projectgreenwichtest.cloudapp.net, etc. But if I try to add a different domain (e.g. projectgreenwich.research.microsoft.com) I get an error when I save the Facebook app settings. My solution has been to add http://projectgreenwich.research.microsoft.com as what Facebook term the "Mobile Web URL" for the app. This fixes my immediate problem (authentication on Facebook from http://projectgreenwich.research.microsoft.com works) but it leaves me uncomfortable about two things: 1. It's a hack. The http://projectgreenwich.research.microsoft.com URL is no more a "Mobile Web URL" than the http://projectgreenwich.cloudapp.net/ is. 2. If I add other DNS entries resolving to http://projectgreenwich.cloudapp.net/ there's no further place to add them. There are a couple of related answers on Stack Overflow that suggest this is not possible and that Facebook’s blog-post to the contrary is misleadingly worded, but I’m hoping things have changed: - [Zachary Kestenbaum](http://stackoverflow.com/users/988990/zachary-kestenbaum)'s answer to [ginja](http://stackoverflow.com/users/628372/ginja)'s question "[Is it possible to configure a Facebook app to be used across multiple domains?](http://stackoverflow.com/q/7553607/575530)" here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/7722584/575530 - [Ross](http://stackoverflow.com/users/539394/ross)' answer to [Winaji](http://stackoverflow.com/users/540834/winaji)'s question "[Facebook Connect for one application with multiple domains?](http://stackoverflow.com/q/4431574/575530)" here: What’s the correct/best approach to have multiple unrelated App Domains associated to a Facebook application?
But I cannot, since Stack Overflow presents the error message:
"Oops! Your question couldn't be submitted because: Your post appears to contain code that is not properly formatted as code. Please indent all code by 4 spaces using the code toolbar button or the CTRL+K keyboard shortcut. For more editing help, click the [?] toolbar icon."
My post does not contain any code. Why does the Stack Overflow formatting engine (or whatever is throwing the error) think there's code in the question I'd like to post and how do I persuade Stack Overflow that there is no code present?