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:

  • Where do you see transition in your surroundings? Snap a photo—such as this one by by T. Pfaffenbauer, depicting ice-covered trees in sub-zero Finnish Lapland—and upload it to the #YourShot assignment: http://on.natgeo.com/1LEG3ns

    Where do you see transition in your surroundings? Snap a photo—such as this one by by T. Pfaffenbauer, depicting ice-covered trees in sub-zero Finnish Lapland—and upload it to the #YourShot assignment: <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1LEG3ns" rel="nofo...

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  • Just discovered by astronomers, a massive black hole that weighs as much as 12 billion suns pushes theories of the early universe to the limit.

    The giant appears to have swelled to its enormous size only 875 million years after the big bang, when the universe was just 6 percent of its current age.

    The giant appears to have swelled to its enormous size only 875 million years after the big bang, when the universe was just 6 percent of its current age.

    46465 likes
  • When Navy SEALs raided a high-walled compound in Pakistan in May 2011 and killed the world's most wanted terrorist, another long-standing source of terror was also facing elimination: polio.

    After the U.S. used a health program to track down the al Qaeda leader, volunteers fighting polio became the hunted. This is the first of four articles on the forces that fueled polio's resurgence in the shadow of war.

    After the U.S. used a health program to track down the al Qaeda leader, volunteers fighting polio became the hunted. This is the first of four articles on the forces that fueled polio's resurgence in the shadow of war.

    5049 likes
  • Photo of the Day: A central glass dome in Berlin, Germany, symbolizes transparency in the 1894 parliament building—the Reichstag—damaged in World War II and restored in the 1990s. #photography

    In Berlin, the Reichstag's glass dome reflects visitors within and without in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Gerd Ludwig.

    In Berlin, the Reichstag's glass dome reflects visitors within and without in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Gerd Ludwig.

    7094 likes
  • Our video of the day: "I think society is definitely seeing masculine and feminine roles differently now—so hopefully we'll see more young girls get psyched to be brave and go for it," says renowned rock climber Hazel Findlay.

    Hazel Findlay talks about her experiences being one of the few professional female rock climbers.

    Hazel Findlay talks about her experiences being one of the few professional female rock climbers.

    20153 likes
  • Since beginning his seven-year walk around the globe, National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek has explored a range of countries—from Ethiopia to Turkey—to trace the roots of humanity. Find out where he's headed next. #EdenWalk

    "The rows of lush grape vines, the flexed brown muscle of the Euphrates River, the shining ice caps the Caucasus Mountains," are just a few of the sites Salopek has seen along the way.

    "The rows of lush grape vines, the flexed brown muscle of the Euphrates River, the shining ice caps the Caucasus Mountains," are just a few of the sites Salopek has seen along the way.

    8398 likes
  • How did our species populate the planet? Archaeologists have traced the route of our modern ancestors by following a "breadcrumb"-like trail of broken stone tools they left behind.

    A pair of American archaeologists claim to have uncovered the route those early Homo sapiens took.

    A pair of American archaeologists claim to have uncovered the route those early Homo sapiens took.

    15320 likes
  • As wolves make a rebound in Yellowstone National Park, they're significantly changing ecosystem of the wildlife-packed land—for the better.

    If you’re looking for the rebounding carnivores, Yellowstone is a good place. And winter provides the best odds of seeing them.

    If you’re looking for the rebounding carnivores, Yellowstone is a good place. And winter provides the best odds of seeing them.

    39825 likes
  • Every year, truckloads of live baby salmon are transported from the Sacramento River—circumnavigating a dam that blocks the path to the Pacific Ocean—in hopes that a few thousand return to spawn.

    Drought and man-made obstacles lead fishery to boost releases of Chinook into Sacramento River.

    Drought and man-made obstacles lead fishery to boost releases of Chinook into Sacramento River.

    16822 likes
  • Two cyclones made landfall in Australia within six hours of each other on Friday—a first in the country's history, but not uncommon in other parts of the world.

    "Two storms making landfall in the same country, different locations, within 24 hours is very rare," says Chris Davis, a senior scientist with the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

    "Two storms making landfall in the same country, different locations, within 24 hours is very rare," says Chris Davis, a senior scientist with the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

    17355 likes
  • See footage of a rare, swift octopus attack on an unsuspecting crab—one so aggressive it surprised even marine biologists.

    Elusive creatures known mainly for their eight arms, ink blast, and high intelligence, octopuses are also fearsome predators with a variety of natural weapons at their disposal.

    Elusive creatures known mainly for their eight arms, ink blast, and high intelligence, octopuses are also fearsome predators with a variety of natural weapons at their disposal.

    59146 likes
  • For indigenous peoples of Canada known as the First Nations, the fight to protect their ancestral homeland isn't just about reclaiming territory—it may also help slow global warming.

    If the trees are left standing, and the soil undisturbed, the immense amounts of carbon they contain won't be released into the atmosphere as heat-producing carbon dioxide.

    If the trees are left standing, and the soil undisturbed, the immense amounts of carbon they contain won't be released into the atmosphere as heat-producing carbon dioxide.

    21300 likes
  • "The foggy, exotic landscape gave me the opportunity to experience the beautiful sunrise hues while locals were making their way to the farms," writes #YourShot member Alexandros Tsoutis of this image taken in Myanmar.

    Village children walk with livestock on an early morning in Myanmar (Burma) in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Village children walk with livestock on an early morning in Myanmar (Burma) in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    15947 likes
  • Our editor's video of the day: See stunning footage of the spectacular, yet dangerous Marum Crater captured via drone.

    Video technology and science converge on an active volcano in Vanuatu, operated camera-mounted drones captured high-definition images of the spectacular yet dangerous Marum Crater.

    Video technology and science converge on an active volcano in Vanuatu, operated camera-mounted drones captured high-definition images of the spectacular yet dangerous Marum Crater.

    15293 likes
  • Extreme swimmer Lewis Pugh has experienced many setbacks and unspeakable pain on his quest to make record-breaking Antarctic swims. But that's not deterring him from one last shot—this one in the furthest south open water on the planet.

    Lewis Pugh has one last chance to break the world record for the furthest south swim in history. But the Antarctic is not kind to those who seek to push themselves here.

    Lewis Pugh has one last chance to break the world record for the furthest south swim in history. But the Antarctic is not kind to those who seek to push themselves here.

    6414 likes
  • To better understand the behavior of Arctic sea ice, a research vessel has locked itself in the shrinking ice cap to gather data needed to predicted the cap's future—and the planet's.

    Curious polar bears, venturing too close to working scientists, have had to be scared off with flares shot from a gun. Temperatures plunging 40 degrees below zero have snapped cables and crippled electronic instruments.

    Curious polar bears, venturing too close to working scientists, have had to be scared off with flares shot from a gun. Temperatures plunging 40 degrees below zero have snapped cables and crippled electronic instruments.

    14945 likes
  • Meet Xenia Viragh, an American high school student whose pen-pal program between her peers and children in Myanmar won first place in the National Geographic Student Expeditions Contest.

    2015 Student Video Contest Winners We asked high school students to create an original video about how they're making a difference in the world.

    2015 Student Video Contest Winners We asked high school students to create an original video about how they're making a difference in the world.

    427 likes
  • Does size really matter? Does listening to Mozart actually make you smarter? Bust some widely held myths about the mind tonight on a new episode of #BrainGames.

    Get ready to separate fact from fiction on a new episode of Brain Games tonight, at 9pm EST on the Nat Geo Channel.

    Get ready to separate fact from fiction on a new episode of Brain Games tonight, at 9pm EST on the Nat Geo Channel.

    5009 likes
  • Sky watchers: This week, spot the year's best sight of Mercury, a show between Venus and Mars, and multiple views of Taurus, the Bull.

    his week, the moon barrels through the celestial bull and winks out a star, while the gods of love and war part ways.

    his week, the moon barrels through the celestial bull and winks out a star, while the gods of love and war part ways.

    31111 likes
  • Help us caption this photo by #YourShot member Claire Schaper.

    Submit your own shots to our photo community—and view last week's winning captions here: http://on.natgeo.com/1BfGhlg

    Help us caption this photo by #YourShot member Claire Schaper.

Submit your own shots to our photo community—and view last week's winning captions here:  <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1BfGhlg" rel="nofollow">http://on.natgeo.com/1BfGhlg</a>

    15315 likes
  • The northern lights glow over Skagsanden beach in Norway's remote Lofoten Islands.

    Get your daily dose of outstanding travel photos. Today: The northern lights glow over Skagsanden beach in Norway's remote Lofoten Islands.

    Get your daily dose of outstanding travel photos. Today: The northern lights glow over Skagsanden beach in Norway's remote Lofoten Islands.

    68328 likes
  • Photo of the Day: Among the wildlife inhabiting Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park are chamois, red foxes, and ermines—such as this one wearing its white winter coat. #photography

    An ermine wears its white winter coat in Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Stefano Unterthiner.

    An ermine wears its white winter coat in Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Stefano Unterthiner.

    76660 likes
  • Our video of the day: Discover Serbia's dazzling capital city of Belgrade in this mesmerizing time-lapse.

    Belgrade, Serbia's capital, sparkles in this dazzling time-lapse from filmmaker Dusan Stojancevic.

    Belgrade, Serbia's capital, sparkles in this dazzling time-lapse from filmmaker Dusan Stojancevic.

    14618 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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