Social Media Marketing

Social Media Marketing

  • Submitted By: Rngo27
  • Date Submitted: 09/30/2013 3:37 PM
  • Category: Technology
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There has been a lot of talk and excitement about the new iframe Facebook Fan Pages and how this change will effect facebook users. I am not writing about all of the changes as that has been covered elsewhere – an excellent article is Everything You Need To Know About Facebook’s Epic Upgrade To Pages by John Haydon.

It is know that FBML Facebook Fan Pages has now been depreciated and it is no longer possible to add the Static FBML application to pages. Static FBML is what many of us have used to create custom Facebook tabs in the past. But have no fear,existing FBML tabs will still continue to work and it will be possible to edit them but you can no longer create new pages using this application. I don’t know how long Static FBML will work before Facebook takes it away completely but i believe they will in a few months once everyone has got used to using the iframe app and developer have produced dynamic ways of using iframe in facebook pages.

So how to you create a fan page using iframes? Read below.

Before we continue you should know that there are currently 2 ways to add iframe app to your facebook fan pages,
1. through facebook developers and
2. through the wildfire iframe app.

The wildfire app is easier to implement but it has some major compatibility issues and you cannot integrate normal html text into this app as it does not allow, align, cell spacing, cell padding, javascript, script or type html attributes which is quite poor. It does however allow you to easily create a landing page for non fans and hide content that only fans will see without having to input any fancy coding like before.

For more options and dynamic content it is best to use the facebook developers iframe app, as you can add whole html pages straight from your hosting as well as java, jQuery, flash and any other type of coding you can think of

Make a html, php, flash or other type of web page and then upload the document to you server (make sure all the files...

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