WP Social Pro

The easiest way to add a Custom Facebook Feed of any Public Facebook Page to your WordPress website.

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Overview

Add A Totally Custom Facebook Feed To Your WordPress Website

Do you want to show a Facebook feed, on your website, but you need it to blend in with the rest of your website?

Do you want 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 to show each post.

Features

  • Update your website automatically with your latest Facebook posts!
  • Show comments from your Facebook page on your website!
  • Show the Like Button on your website and gain new fans!
  • Supports a huge selection of fonts and colors!
  • Choose from 7 predesigned themes to choose from, or make your own!
  • Use your own Custom HTML for the feed!
  • And more! We have over 60 options for you to choose from

See It In Action

Here’s a demo of a custom Facebook Feed, using real posts from the National Geographic feed:

  • Peering back in time to find the earliest objects in the universe, a team of astronomers has discovered a bafflingly dust-rich galaxy that they say shouldn't be there at all.

    The dusty galaxy is just one of the recent surprises astronomers have found.

    The dusty galaxy is just one of the recent surprises astronomers have found.

    2344 likes
  • Help us caption this photo by #YourShot member Souvik Kundu.

    See the winning captions from last week's image here—and don't forget to submit your own photos: http://on.natgeo.com/1GIpiXv

    Help us caption this photo by #YourShot member Souvik Kundu. 

See the winning captions from last week's image here—and don't forget to submit your own photos:  <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1GIpiXv" rel="nofollow">http://on.natgeo.com/1GIpiXv</a>

    24466 likes
  • An expedition to Honduras has emerged from the jungle with dramatic news: the discovery of a mysterious culture's lost city, never before explored.

    Archaeologists surveyed and mapped extensive plazas, earthworks, mounds, and an earthen pyramid belonging to a culture that thrived a thousand years ago, and then vanished.

    Archaeologists surveyed and mapped extensive plazas, earthworks, mounds, and an earthen pyramid belonging to a culture that thrived a thousand years ago, and then vanished.

    31955 likes
  • Photo of the Day: A constellation of orbs, rings, and halos hangs above the Greenland ice sheet in this image by photographer Murray Fredericks, who spent months capturing the island's remote beauty. #photography

    A constellation of orbs, rings, and halos hangs above the Greenland ice sheet in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Murray Fredericks.

    A constellation of orbs, rings, and halos hangs above the Greenland ice sheet in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Murray Fredericks.

    24191 likes
  • Our editor's video of the day: See striking footage of an octopus attacking and capturing an unsuspecting crab.

    In the Western Australian town of Yallingup, a woman captured this footage of an octopus attacking and capturing a crab on shore.

    In the Western Australian town of Yallingup, a woman captured this footage of an octopus attacking and capturing a crab on shore.

    22122 likes
  • For African elephants, baggy skin helps keep cool in the hot sun. Why do other animals—such as naked mole rats and some dogs—have wrinkles?

    Elephants aren't the only creased creatures that benefit from wrinkles.

    Elephants aren't the only creased creatures that benefit from wrinkles.

    19779 likes
  • Young-Earth creationists believe the planet was created with fully functioning adults less than 10,000 years ago—while science holds that humans appeared long beforehand. Peruse through this gallery to learn more about controversial rejections to science.

    It's an old but troubling phenomenon: Many of us reject the evidence that scientists painstakingly compile.

    It's an old but troubling phenomenon: Many of us reject the evidence that scientists painstakingly compile.

    18774 likes
  • No more than a thousand Peruvian terns may survive today, largely because of human activities in Chile's Mejillones Peninsula—a critical nesting area for the birds. Can the species be saved?

    One naturalist has developed a soft spot for the bird.

    One naturalist has developed a soft spot for the bird.

    21253 likes
  • It's not just elephants and lions: East Africa is also home to vibrant fishing communities and countless miles of coral reefs. Learn about how the locals are working to protect the bustling marine life.

    Since the 1960s, East Africa has been ahead of many nations in establishing marine protected areas (MPAs).

    Since the 1960s, East Africa has been ahead of many nations in establishing marine protected areas (MPAs).

    22739 likes
  • We often refer to scientists based on their contributions and discoveries—Thomas Edison for the light bulb, for instance. But what do we know about their personalities?

    It took a long, hard road of experiment and discovery-and failure-to make scientific leaps.

    It took a long, hard road of experiment and discovery-and failure-to make scientific leaps.

    14176 likes
  • "Here an elephant is saying goodbye to another who has died," writes photographer Steve Winter of this image—adding that one of the animals is killed every 15 minutes for ivory. Follow @NatGeo on Instagram to see more snapshots from our photographers in the field.

    100,000 elephants have been killed in Africa in the last three years, Winter says.

    100,000 elephants have been killed in Africa in the last three years, Winter says.

    26565 likes
  • Can images influence the fate of our planet's natural wonders? See how photography has played a pivotal role in showcasing the fragility and irreplaceability of our planet's creatures and places. #YourShot #PlanetaPhoto

    The Por el Planeta photo competition celebrates the beauty of the natural world through the work of both professional and amateur photographers.

    The Por el Planeta photo competition celebrates the beauty of the natural world through the work of both professional and amateur photographers.

    35894 likes
  • Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Vedrana Tafra, dispersing fog and sunshine bring the foliage of Croatia's Plitvice Lakes National Park into view on an early autumn morning. #photography

    Dispersing fog and a moment of sunshine bring the falls and foliage of Croatia's Plitvice Lakes National Park into view in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Dispersing fog and a moment of sunshine bring the falls and foliage of Croatia's Plitvice Lakes National Park into view in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    71247 likes
  • Our editor's video of the day: It was a big day for Sumatran tiger cubs Bandar and Sukacita, who learned to swim the hard way: by getting dropped in the deep end.

    The two cubs live at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C.

    The two cubs live at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C.

    36684 likes
  • Zoologist Ivan Sazima was hoping to find an animal to study when he went for a walk in southeastern Brazil park—but didn't expect what he came across: a male lizard trying to mate with a dead female of the same species.

    "I felt a sense of wonder," says zoologist who observed male tegus mating with a dead female.

    "I felt a sense of wonder," says zoologist who observed male tegus mating with a dead female.

    30892 likes
  • See gorgeous photographs of clouds—such as this one, taken by #YourShot member Juan Osorio from an airplane flying over the Caribbean—on our Breathtaking Cloudy Skies board on Pinterest.

    From the Sonoran Desert to Gran Canaria, see spectacular photos from our #YourShot community showing how beautiful clouds can be.

    From the Sonoran Desert to Gran Canaria, see spectacular photos from our #YourShot community showing how beautiful clouds can be.

    32500 likes
  • The coyote will eat almost anything: rabbits, rodents, fish, and even deer. (Photograph by Frank Pall)

    Learn more about the adaptable predator—and see photos of it in the wild from our #YourShot community: http://on.natgeo.com/1BrxT0G

    The coyote will eat almost anything: rabbits, rodents, fish, and even deer. (Photograph by Frank Pall) 

Learn more about the adaptable predator—and see photos of it in the wild from our #YourShot community: <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1BrxT0G" rel...

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  • Artifacts shattered recently by Islamic State militants near Mosul, Iraq, represent two very different civilizations—and mark a major blow to the region's precious preserved history.

    slamic State militants released a video on Thursday showing the destruction of priceless antiquities in northern Iraq.

    slamic State militants released a video on Thursday showing the destruction of priceless antiquities in northern Iraq.

    25239 likes
  • Using the burst setting on a GoPro, photographer and skydiver Ben Nelson captured this image of 57 daredevils successfully making big-way formation—which set three world records.

    Extreme Photo of the Week: See new extreme adventure photos each week featuring tips from your favorite athletes and photographers. And get the stories behind the shots.

    Extreme Photo of the Week: See new extreme adventure photos each week featuring tips from your favorite athletes and photographers. And get the stories behind the shots.

    23373 likes
  • In this photo—taken at the Washington, D.C.'s Museum of Natural History in 1931—a woman gazes at lions brought over from Africa by Theodore Roosevelt. Visit Nat Geo FOUND on Tumblr to see more of our favorite images from the National Geographic archive.

    Peruse through fascinating vintage snapshots from National Geographic's archives.

    Peruse through fascinating vintage snapshots from National Geographic's archives.

    20965 likes
  • Scientists narrowed down the possible cause of Siberia's massive and mysterious craters—and think its related to global warming.

    When a massive and mysterious hole was discovered in Siberia last July, theories emerged ranging from a meteorite to a stray missile to aliens.

    When a massive and mysterious hole was discovered in Siberia last July, theories emerged ranging from a meteorite to a stray missile to aliens.

    52382 likes
  • Photo of the Day: Of encountering springbok on a South African safari, #YourShot member Charles Jorgensen wrote: "One of them started … jumping to amazing heights. I fired away and managed to capture this animal in its acrobatic display." #photography

    A springbok pronks in South Africa's Mountain Zebra National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    A springbok pronks in South Africa's Mountain Zebra National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    57096 likes
  • Our video of the day: This doctor traded a lucrative career as a neurologist for the chance to pursue a lifelong passion—rollerblading—and encourages others to do the same.

    Every day Kitchin skates along San Diego’s Pacific Beach boardwalk practicing his unorthodox form of meditation.

    Every day Kitchin skates along San Diego’s Pacific Beach boardwalk practicing his unorthodox form of meditation.

    14427 likes
  • Was it blue or white? In the mind-boggling viral debate over the true color of "the dress," scientists weigh in to explain why our brains see objects differently.

    For those who see white, it’s still tough to wrap their heads around the idea that their color perception is so totally off.

    For those who see white, it’s still tough to wrap their heads around the idea that their color perception is so totally off.

    16160 likes
  • An Italian angler made the catch of his life this week, hauling in a 280-pound (127-kilogram) wels catfish—Europe's largest freshwater fish—from the Po River.

    Wels catfish have been known to grow up to 15 feet (4.6 meters) long and reach sizes of 300 to 660 pounds, depending on the source.

    Wels catfish have been known to grow up to 15 feet (4.6 meters) long and reach sizes of 300 to 660 pounds, depending on the source.

    73793 likes

WP Social Pro outputs real HTML and CSS, so you can style your feed however you would like!

View our Examples Page to see more options.

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