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How do I display a Facebook feed on my site?


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What is the best way to display a RSS feed from my Facebook Fan Page on my website? Should I drop the RSS feed into a Code Block? If so how should I format it?

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So, you want to display a Facebook feed on a site. But you’re not sure of the best easy way to display RSS feeds for your Facebook Fan Page on your website? So follow an easy step to grow your Faceboo

There is a latest solution for this that I have found for your issue if it is still persist. Got a latest Facebook Widget that is free & usable without coding.  Go through Tagembed Facebook Widget

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For me, this is another great solution to display or embed custom Facebook page feed on website. I found it in this tutorial. I've pasted the step by step guide for you.

  1. Get a Free Access or Paid Access.
  2. Go to this login page and use the key to login.
  3. Once logged in, click “+ Create Custom Feed” button.
  4. On the pop up, name your custom Facebook page feed.
  5. On the drop-down, select “Facebook Page Feed On Your Website” option.
  6. Enter your Facebook Page ID.
  7. Click the “Proceed” button. This will show you the customization options.
  8. Click the “</> Embed On Website” button located on the upper-right corner of the screen.
  9. On the pop up, copy the embed code by clicking the “Copy Code” button.
  10. Paste the embed code on your website.

Visit the tutorial link to see a live demo there as well.

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So, you want to display a Facebook feed on a site. But you’re not sure of the best easy way to display RSS feeds for your Facebook Fan Page on your website? So follow an easy step to grow your Facebook feed is to display your website with a Facebook embed. Easily introduce visitors to your social side and boosts your real-time audience.

Embed Facebook feed lets you demonstrate user trust in your brand & website by displaying user-generated content such as Facebook posts, comments, likes, and shares more across the web platforms.

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There is a latest solution for this that I have found for your issue if it is still persist. Got a latest Facebook Widget that is free & usable without coding.  Go through Tagembed Facebook Widget and you will be able to embed facebook feed on your website with just a free sign up.

Try : https://tagembed.com/facebook-widget/ 

Hope you get what you want from this widget.

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Do this: https://developers.facebook.com/products/social-plugins there you will find anything you need. From like buttons to a complete Page feed. The developer page is buggy with adblockers installed so beware. Complete FB feed: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/page-plugin

Press: Get code. Paste first part of the code in advanced part of main page! Not the page where you want the feed to show.

Go to page where you want the page. Add an "embed" block. Not a code block! On the "embed" pop-up click the </> sign and paste the 2nd part of the code. "apply" and save the page and voila!

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Hello everyone,

Many of the solutions above don’t work, or are very outdated and misleading. There are lots of recent high quality products that work with Facebook. For example, you can check out this online demo to feel the difference in comparison with the old widgets: https://elfsight.com/facebook-feed-widget/ .

The installation of any widget consists of the following points:

  • Confugre a Facebook Feed for yourwebsite;
  • Get the code;
  • Install the code to a page or to thewebsite’s theme.

Find out more in this tutorial: https://elfsight.com/help/how-to-add-facebook-feed-to-squarespace/ (it’s a tutorial specifically for Squarespace websites).

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@sonnyonbass

I did it, it seem to work, because there the name of the business appears at the place where I infected the code, but the feed doesn't appear ! I did a couple of refreshes and nothing! Do you know why ?

thank you

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The POWr Facebook Feed is another great option for this. It shows your posts in a beautiful gallery: Facebook Feed An awesome bonus is that you can add other social feeds (Pinterest, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, etc.) to the same gallery.

We have a tutorial for how you can add this plugin to a Squarespace site here: https://www.powr.io/tutorials/how-to-add-facebook-feed-plugin-to-your-squarespace-site

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@sonnyonbass Your instructions say to post code one into advanced portion of main page. But what if the site is only one page? Main site is the same as where comments plugin will be?
Also I am using the embed block but I am getting "Unable to resolve URL."Thanks in advance.

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100% working ,I was facing so much problems to integrate that how to show facebook like, share, post and timeline on my website. finally i found and want to share this solution with you.

I've created a website and put the solution on it. 100% working . Simply visit my website eziotrendz.com/showfacebooktimelineonwebsite.html

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