Thanks to Logan and this url structure, I was able to access the touch.facebook.com profile page for my app.
I encountered this fresh issue. It worked OK for a while, but suddenly, for no apparent reason, iOS Safari merely displays a red warning box informing users that an issue called "Entity 'nbsp' not defined" has occurred.
I looked it up on Google and discovered that it's a typical XHTML mistake that's largely disregarded by everyone except for XML-restrictive browsers like Apple's Safari. Okay, so that's the issue; the fix is simple: just turn my non-breaking spaces into XML elements.
The only drawback is that they are not mine; I had no need to employ either HTML or XML markup in their creation.
Those few words I have in my app's description, etc.
Therefore, touch.facebook.com itself must be the problem, right? If this is true, do you know if there is a solution to this issue?
Or is my only choice to revert to the standard m.facebook.com version? Since it functions and appears much better than m.facebook.com, I would like to utilise the touch version if feasible.
It's so strange that although while Facebook sharing only makes up 5% of the features in my iPhone app, it seems to be taking up 50% of my total development time. What's going on there?