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Add a new Facebook Like Button to Your Website or Blog

By  |  Thursday, April 22, 2010  |   |  4 comments

One of the newest cool things to come out of the f8 Conference is the Open Graph protocol/API that makes it really easy to get Facebook integrated with your blog or website.

The easiest thing to do right now is to add a Facebook Like button to your site:



You can see one on this blogover in the right sidebar (for the ProWorks Blog)at the bottom of each postor try it for this post below:

To get this now, go to the Like Button Builder on Facebook.  It's super-easy for a single URL.


Once you get this going, you can add a news feed of all of the people liking stuff on your site.  That is done with the Activity Stream Builder.  Again, super easy.  Check it out:


For more information on the new Facebook features, take a look at the recorded stream from the f8 Conference Keynote.

4 comments for “Add a new Facebook Like Button to Your Website or Blog”

  1. Posted 4/29/2010 at 8:10:50 PM
    Gravatar of Andrew Beck

    Yes I can get the code, but "where" do I place it. Thanks

  2. Posted 4/30/2010 at 6:30:30 AM

    Depends on your setup.

    In WordPress, if you want it in your sidebar, then add a "Text" widget, paste the code in the big box, save, and voila you have a like button for your blog.

    You can also edit your template and paste it into the footer or body or something. Note: this may not be an option for hosted WordPress.

    Basically, anywhere you can put HTML, you can paste the iframe code. Even inside a blog post.

    Does that help?

  3. Posted 5/5/2010 at 5:21:43 PM

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  4. Posted 2/7/2011 at 4:54:33 AM

    Here is a build in control for facebook like button.
    If you need this to use your site then mail us from support page.

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