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:

  • Friday Fact: Women have more taste buds than men.

    1876 likes
  • In global health circles, the story of Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi—who helped track down Osama bin Laden—is a cautionary tale about consequences that can spiral out of control when health and intelligence mix.

    Editor's Note: This is the second of four articles on the forces that fueled polio's resurgence in the shadow of war.

    Editor's Note: This is the second of four articles on the forces that fueled polio's resurgence in the shadow of war.

    1971 likes
  • A polar bear and her cubs are stranded on an iceless shoreline in the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. In honor of International Polar Bear Day, see more of our favorite images of the beloved species.

    Today, on International Polar Bear Day, PBI hopes to promote public awareness about the need to address the advancing detrimental effects of climate change.

    Today, on International Polar Bear Day, PBI hopes to promote public awareness about the need to address the advancing detrimental effects of climate change.

    23384 likes
  • Photo of the Day: Trials cyclist Danny MacAskill sits atop Scotland's Sgurr Dearg—also known as the Inaccessible Pinnacle—in this image by #YourShot member Chris Prescott. #photography

    Danny MacAskill stands with his bike on the Isle of Skye's Inaccessible Pinnacle in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Danny MacAskill stands with his bike on the Isle of Skye's Inaccessible Pinnacle in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    23219 likes
  • Our video of the day: Wearing a custom-built heat suit equipped to withstand radiant temperatures of up to 3000ºF (1648ºC), this explorer stood at the front lines of a live volcano.

    Get a rare glimpse into an active volcano as Sam Cossman explores a bubbling lava lake on a tiny island in the South Pacific Ocean.

    Get a rare glimpse into an active volcano as Sam Cossman explores a bubbling lava lake on a tiny island in the South Pacific Ocean.

    12776 likes
  • Climber Hazel Findlay—one of the best in the world—shares insights on being a woman in the male-dominated sport, what she's up to in Tasmania, and why climbing beats hitting the gym.

    You probably remember UK-based climber Hazel Findlay from our recent National Geographic magazine story, Impossible Rock, where a team of climbers went to Oman to test the country's deepwater soloing.

    You probably remember UK-based climber Hazel Findlay from our recent National Geographic magazine story, Impossible Rock, where a team of climbers went to Oman to test the country's deepwater soloing.

    11723 likes
  • Wayne Wetherbee captured this image of a leopard with a unique eye in Botswana. Browse through more of our editors' favorite images from our photo community on the Your Shot blog.

    Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day's Daily Dozen, selected by our editors from thousands of uploads.

    Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day's Daily Dozen, selected by our editors from thousands of uploads.

    77555 likes
  • From early morning light on Chile's Torres del Paine Park to the famous bright blue waters of Iceland's Blue Lagoon, discover our best travel photos from the past month.

    The shots range from Paris to Jerusalem.

    The shots range from Paris to Jerusalem.

    42306 likes
  • São Paulo's worst drought in nearly a century as well as flooding in the Amazon are being triggered by the same wind-driven weather phenomenon—and the damage may not stop there.

    Boom-and-bust water phenomenon could become a new normal in South America, scientists say.

    Boom-and-bust water phenomenon could become a new normal in South America, scientists say.

    14453 likes
  • Rather than remembering specific events, a new study says, many animals store away information that help them with survival.

    The next time your dog happily greets an old friend, remember this: Your pup likely can't remember the last time they met.

    The next time your dog happily greets an old friend, remember this: Your pup likely can't remember the last time they met.

    12481 likes
  • Florida coral reefs that were once a vivid rainbow—already under siege from acidification and climate change—have turned a barren gray, choked by sediment from a dredging operation.

    See how seaport dredging to help shipping is killing endangered coral in the waters near Miami.

    See how seaport dredging to help shipping is killing endangered coral in the waters near Miami.

    13157 likes
  • Photo of the Day: On a frozen Lake Elmo in Montana, #YourShot member John Warner spotted a beaver chewing on a branch lowered by the weight of snow. #photography

    A beaver pauses in icy Lake Elmo near Billings, Montana, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    A beaver pauses in icy Lake Elmo near Billings, Montana, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    55294 likes
  • Our video of the day: "Salmon is a way of our life. I hope it doesn't go away," says Ray Waska, a native Alaskan who has witnessed the fish supply in the Yukon Valley diminish throughout the years.

    Subsistence fisherman Ray Waska is determined to pass down the Yup'ik way of life to his grandchildren despite the increasing decline of salmon in Alaska's Yukon Delta.

    Subsistence fisherman Ray Waska is determined to pass down the Yup'ik way of life to his grandchildren despite the increasing decline of salmon in Alaska's Yukon Delta.

    11539 likes
  • At night, larval click beetles living in termite mounds light up—and creatures drawn to the glow will find themselves devoured. Discover more stunning photos of Earth's bioluminescent life.

    More than four-fifths of Earth’s organisms known to make light live in the ocean. Their glowing existence has perks and pitfalls

    More than four-fifths of Earth’s organisms known to make light live in the ocean. Their glowing existence has perks and pitfalls

    38433 likes
  • A pioneer in conservation and the study of shark behavior, marine biologist Eugenie Clark—who died Wednesday—helped the public understand and appreciate the much maligned species.

    The American marine biologist fell in love with sharks as a child with her nose pressed against an aquarium tank.

    The American marine biologist fell in love with sharks as a child with her nose pressed against an aquarium tank.

    29462 likes
  • 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.

    88831 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.

    6996 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.

    9453 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.

    25170 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.

    10116 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.

    17603 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.

    43099 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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Show/Hide The Like Button Yes Yes Yes
Show/Hide Your Page Title Yes Yes Yes
Show/Hide Facebook Avatars Yes Yes Yes
Show/Hide Facebook Comments Yes Yes Yes
Show/Hide 3rd Party Posts Yes Yes Yes
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