The best way to add a Custom Facebook Feed of any Public Facebook Page to your website.
Add A Custom Facebook Feed To Your WordPress Website
If you want to add a custom Facebook Feed on your WordPress website, this is the plugin for you.
Are you tired of your Facebook Feed not blending in with the rest of your website?
Do you need more control over your Facebook feed, such as limiting what posts are shown and how they are styled?
If so, you’ll love WP Social Pro.
With WP Social Pro, you can customize your Facebook feed however you would like, including using your own HTML and CSS. This way you can style your Facebook Feed to match the rest of your website, instead of having it stand out like a sore thumb. And since WP Social Pro is powered by Facebook’s Open Graph API, you’ll have full control over what posts do and don’t show up in your feed.
See It In Action:
Here’s some examples of customized Facebook Feeds created with WP Social Pro. As you can see, the only limit is your imagination.
Only Show The Items You Want
WP Social Pro gives you full control control of the items in your feed, by letting you hide or show different types of status updates. Want your feed to only show your events? No problem. Want to hide videos and photos? We’ve got an option for that too, and many others.
Power Your Website With Your Facebook Page
WP Social Pro can pull in your new status updates to display them on your website, in the sidebar or within any post or page. WP Social Pro can even pull in your Facebook photos automatically, giving your website a Photo Gallery powered by your Facebook photos.
We Deal With The Open Graph, So You Don’t Have To
Facebook’s Open Graph API is wonderful and will let you access almost any of your data, but it changes frequently. And each API update from Facebook means more development to keep up to date with the changes.
Stop the madness! Use WP Social Pro instead, and we’ll keep up with Facebook’s API changes so you don’t have to. You can add custom HTML and CSS one time, and be confident that the underlying data you’re expecting is there.