Jan 07 2011

Static FBML – A genius facebook application

Published by admin at 11:55 am under Social Media

Static FBML : This application will add a box to your Page in which you can render HTML or FBML (Facebook Markup Language) for enhanced Page customization.

The popularity of this application can be easily measured through the fan list on facebook itself. Check with this link – http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=4949752878&b . You can see – 617,874 People Like This.

How to Add Static FBML to Your Facebook Page?

It just need four easy steps -

  1. You should be an administrator of the Facebook page on which you want this application.
  2. Go the FBML Facebook Application Page
  3. Click “Add to my Page.”
  4. A window will appear that contains a list of the Facebook pages for which you are an administrator. Click “Add to Page” to add the application.

This is done now!

To setup it as a tab, you need to click on “Edit Page” under your FB page logo located on your wall. Scroll down to the “Applications” section and locate the FBML app and click “Application Settings”. Make sure that the “Tab” setting is “added”. You now have an FBML tab. To the left of application settings you will see an “Edit” option on your FBML. This is where you will ultimately paste your HTML code.  You can also add a “box title” and the box title will become the name of your tab.

To read more, click here

Enjoy it!

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Static FBML – A genius facebook application”

  1. Aaron
    on 09 Jan 2011 at 6:24 pm

    FBML is tough coding! I’m lovin lujure.com total custom NO code!

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    on 10 Jan 2011 at 9:35 am

    To setup it as a tab, you need to click on “Edit Page” under your FB page logo located on your wall.

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