If design coherence is as important for you as it is for us and our clients then nothing beats FeedWind when it comes to embedding Facebook feeds to websites!
Saku Mikkola / Creative Director, Aptual Oy
At SOAS, University of London we have embedded Feedwind into our Moodle courses to draw the latest articles and jobs directly into our courses thus helping to keep courses fresh, dynamic and eye catching.
Sultan Wadud / E-Learning Officer, University of London
FeedWind's embeddable widget is awesome! No joke. Teachers are always looking for a visually-pleasing way to embed news, social media and blog feeds in their Haiku Learning classes. FeedWind makes it easy,fast and free!
Emily Jeanes / Sales Engineer, Haiku Learning
Ease of use and versatility are what FeedWind provides my web page, allowing me to project my unique style with their support.
Sherrie M Holloway / Elkton Middle School, Rockingham, US
Been using FeedWind for over 2 years. Easy to setup and embed. When I had an issue the developers were quick to respond and resolve the problem!
Tom Liscum / Web Developer
FeedWind is convenience at its best. We’re able to reduce the time it takes to build widgets for our clients by ten-fold. What could take up to a month to turn-around a solution, now takes minutes. Plus,the flexibility to instantly tweak is a bonus, enabling us to promptly respond to our clients' last-minute wants. Oh yeah, it's so easy, it's fun!
Brian Ferreira / President, Infotv Inc
Easy to use, highly professional, very helpful support, using it through our whole website to deliver content where needed and make a better user experience. Absolutely recommended!
Ryan Leclercq / Founder & Owner, FXTradingRevolution.com
Widgets on Free plan refresh once every 12 hours. Widgets on Basic plan refresh every 5 hours. Widgets on Pro plan refresh every 15 minutes. Widgets on Plus plan refresh every 5 minutes. Contact us about putting your Pro widget on a 10 minute refresh cycle.
Yes. You can place FeedWind embed code into any WordPress file if you are confident enough to dabble with the source code. But you may prefer to display your feed using a WordPress widget within for example, the sidebar in your theme.
Don't forget, if you need to tweak your FeedWind widget's appearance or add more RSS feeds, you don't have to re-paste the code back into your site - the changes are automatically uploaded.
We've tried to provide plenty of options for tailoring how your widget looks via the customisation page, but if you need to go a bit further, yes, you can style it with your own css.
You can either style it with CSS in your page, or go to the widget settings page -> "General" Section -> Click "Advanced settings" -> Custom CSS link -> Add your custom CSS link / custom CSS source code.