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
To get this now, go to the Like
Button Builder on Facebook. It's super-easy for a single
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
For more information on the new Facebook features, take a look
at the recorded stream from the f8 Conference
Yes I can get the code, but "where" do I place it. Thanks
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?
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Here is a build in asp.net control for facebook like button.
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