Protecting your account is a simple matter, you only need to spend a few minutes to complete it. Any hacker wants to access your account because it is a treasure of information: your personal information, credit cards, buying habits, and even whether you are in harmony with your family. Check your account security center regularly and don’t click on unreliable links.
Click on the Embed Widget button, in the left bottom corner of the editor screen, and select the CMS type on which your website is built and copy the code. Last, paste the code on the backend page of your website, and you are good to go with the amazing Facebook Feed Widget.
The Login button is a simple way to trigger the Facebook Login process on your website or web app. If someone hasn’t logged into your app yet, they’ll see this button, and clicking it will open a Login dialog, starting the login flow. People who have already logged in won’t see any button, or you can also choose to show a logout button to them.
3. Log a Person In. If a person opens your webpage but is not logged in or not logged in to Facebook, you can use the Login dialog to prompt them to log in to both. If they are not logged into Facebook, they will first be prompted to log in, then prompted to log in to your webpage. There are two ways to log someone in: The Facebook Login Button.
· The header of Facebook Feed widget is absolutely flexible and allows to show or hide cover and page picture, as well as add Like and Share buttons and even show likes count. In case you want to show the feed with no header at all, you can easily switch it off. To make necessary adjustments, go to Layout tab and choose Header – you are free to …