Create a Facebook feed widget
Create a Facebook widget
- Click on the Try our new Facebook widget button or if signed in click on Create Widget
- From the modal that appears, select the Facebook icon
- Paste your Facebook page URL (e.g. https://www.facebook.com/techcrunch/ ) into the setup screen
- Choose styling options as required
- Select the Save & Get code button and a modal will appear with your code snippet (regular HTML or iFrame)
- Select the Copy code button. The code snippet then auto-copies to your clipboard ready for pasting into your web page
Trying out the Facebook widget without signing up
With FeedWind you can create a Facebook widget which will display your posts from any public Facebook page. You can try out the Facebook widget without having to create a signup. Note: Although you can see the widget you create in the preview window, you will not be able to save your widget or get the code snippet, so we really recommend you sign up for a free account to save and get the code.
After clicking on the Try our new Facebook widget button, your setup screen will be updated. Once you see the new setup screen, paste or enter your Facebook page URL into the field provided.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For FeedWind to display any content from Facebook, the source page must be a published page. i.e it must be publicly accessible. If you are not sure how to do this, please see this Facebook help article about publishing your page. If the page does not belong to you , you must contact the page owner to request publication; otherwise, you cannot publish posts using Feedwind as we use the Facebook API which disallows access to posts for unpublished pages.
Signed up users
Sign in to your FeedWind dashboard and select the Create Widget button.
You will then be presented a dialogue where you can click to choose between a regular RSS feed widget and a Facebook page widget.
Then, simply paste or enter your Facebook feed URL into the field provided and your feed will appear in the preview alongside the setup options. Updates on your site take place every 15 minutes. You can then make any design changes or choose other options to customize your Facebook widget to match your site design. For more advanced styling you can use a custom CSS.
EXAMPLE OF A FACEBOOK WIDGET
Our Facebook widget can easily be customized to match your site design. Try it now and share your latest Facebook posts or brand pages and broaden your social media coverage!
December 13, 2016 10:54 am