Understanding and Using Facebook Social Plug-ins
In This Chapter
Using Facebook social plug-ins
Getting Facebook friends’ recommendations and comments
Connecting with the Login button, Activity Feed, and Like Box plug-ins
Showing visitors’ Facebook Profile pictures with Facepile
Using Live Stream to engage your users during a live event
Facebook offers ten different ways of bridging Facebook’s social activities with your website, each with its own take on the Open Graph data that your Page generates. These social plug-ins allow you to set up your website so that whenever a reader interacts with your site, such as by leaving a comment on a blog post, a story about that action appears on that person’s News Feed.
Social plug-ins can do lots of things: They can personalize the content that your visitors see, display the names of Facebook friends who have visited the site, or allow visitors to engage with their Facebook friends, all without having to log in to your website. ...