WP Social Pro

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

See It In Action

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:

  • National Geographic shared a link.

    A new study finds that the nocturnal creatures follow a few simple "traffic rules" to avoid midair collisions

    To the naked eye, all this flitting may look chaotic. But after logging 70,000 pieces of data on flying bats, scientists found some "surprisingly rich" coordination.

    To the naked eye, all this flitting may look chaotic. But after logging 70,000 pieces of data on flying bats, scientists found some "surprisingly rich" coordination.

    7201 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    "Clearly we're still facing a crisis. We have not won the war for elephants," says CITES chief scientist Tom de Meulenaer. See the other key findings from a Botswana-led summit on elephants and wildlife trade.

    For trade in wild elephants, Zimbabwe is "open to doing business with the whole world," said Saviour Kasukuwere, the country's minister for environment, water, and climate, in an exclusive interview with National Geographic.

    For trade in wild elephants, Zimbabwe is "open to doing business with the whole world," said Saviour Kasukuwere, the country's minister for environment, water, and climate, in an exclusive interview with National Geographic.

    10151 likes
  • National Geographic updated their status.

    Friday Fact: If you continued to grow at the rate of an average baby, you'd weigh about 413,300 pounds (187,470 kilograms) by age 10.

    4720 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    In Arctic Quebec, the Inuit have relied on the same foods for centuries. But some of these traditional foods—including beluga, fish, and walrus—have become so contaminated with mercury that the IQs of schoolchildren in the remote villages are abnormally low.

    Inuit children, exposed in the womb, have lower IQs because their mothers eat whale meat and other foods tainted with contaminants that drift north.

    Inuit children, exposed in the womb, have lower IQs because their mothers eat whale meat and other foods tainted with contaminants that drift north.

    10173 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Two American hunters are one step closer to legally killing a pair of black rhinos in Namibia and bringing their body parts home as trophies.

    The U.S. federal agency defended its decision by saying the hunts, which are slated to raise money for conservation, are part of Namibia’s “science-based management strategy for black rhinos.”

    The U.S. federal agency defended its decision by saying the hunts, which are slated to raise money for conservation, are part of Namibia’s “science-based management strategy for black rhinos.”

    6266 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Photo of the Day: "[While] driving down a secluded dirt road ... I noticed a doe moving through the dried up sunflowers, trying to hide from me," writes #YourShot member Jeremy Baker of this image taken in North Dakota. #photography

    A deer is camouflaged in a field of dried sunflowers in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    A deer is camouflaged in a field of dried sunflowers in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    50107 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    In case you missed it: See a stunning, 1.5-billion pixel image of the Andromeda galaxy, providing a detailed glimpse at the sheer scale of our nearest galactic neighbor.

    In January 2015, NASA released the largest image ever of the Andromeda galaxy.

    In January 2015, NASA released the largest image ever of the Andromeda galaxy.

    39655 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    A mosaic jellyfish floats serenely in the waters near Australia. See more of the sea creatures that may help determine the Earth's climate in this gallery.

    Jellyfish are ubiquitous in the Earth's oceans.

    Jellyfish are ubiquitous in the Earth's oceans.

    46357 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Jesus of Nazareth was many things to many people—but in an age of ruthless Roman rule, those in power saw his growing influence as a threat. "Killing Jesus" on the National Geographic Channel tells the gritty tale of politics and persecution behind the death of one of history's most important figures.

    It's the greatest story ever told. But how it's told makes all the difference. For the first time ever, experience the life of Jesus and the events that led to his crucifixion from the unique perspectives of his followers and his adversaries.

    It's the greatest story ever told. But how it's told makes all the difference. For the first time ever, experience the life of Jesus and the events that led to his crucifixion from the unique perspectives of his followers and his adversaries.

    24484 likes
  • National Geographic added a new photo.

    Orcas come up for air in choppy waters off northern Norway in this image from #YourShot member Koen Hoekemeijer: http://on.natgeo.com/1yfFR80

    Orcas come up for air in choppy waters off northern Norway in this image from #YourShot member Koen Hoekemeijer: <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1yfFR80" rel="nofollow">http://on.natgeo.com/1yfFR80</a>

    72965 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    An enormous, weird bulge on Ganymede—the largest moon in the solar system—suggests its poles have shifted, scientists say.

    Ganymede’s bulge appears to be made of thick ice, suggesting that once upon a time, the moon’s icy shell rotated atop the rest of the moon.

    Ganymede’s bulge appears to be made of thick ice, suggesting that once upon a time, the moon’s icy shell rotated atop the rest of the moon.

    23078 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    A massive underground city found in Cappadocia, a region of central Turkey, may have sheltered more than 20,000 people in dangerous times.

    When the invaders came, Cappadocians knew where to hide: underground, in one of the 250 subterranean safe havens.

    When the invaders came, Cappadocians knew where to hide: underground, in one of the 250 subterranean safe havens.

    78149 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    What can we learn from elephants' extraordinary sense of smell? The U.S. military hopes to develop an artificial "nose"—based on the animals' superior sniffing—that could safely detect bombs.

    Elephants have 2,000 genes for smell, the most of any animal on Earth—more than twice those of the domestic dog and five times more than those of humans.

    Elephants have 2,000 genes for smell, the most of any animal on Earth—more than twice those of the domestic dog and five times more than those of humans.

    28155 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Dubbed the "punk rocker" frog, this tiny amphibian is the first vertebrate known to change its skin texture—going from spiky to smooth in minutes.

    Deep in the rain forest of Ecuador lives a very indecisive frog.

    Deep in the rain forest of Ecuador lives a very indecisive frog.

    28044 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Photo of the Day: Policemen in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh are put through a grueling commando course at the Counter Terrorism and Jungle Warfare College, in Kanker. #photography

    Policemen are put through a grueling commando course in Chhattisgarh, India, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day by Lynsey Addario.

    Policemen are put through a grueling commando course in Chhattisgarh, India, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day by Lynsey Addario.

    21288 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Our editor's video of the day: Despite the ability to swim faster than a torpedo, the Atlantic bluefin tuna is under serious threat from overfishing.

    The National Geographic Live series brings thought-provoking presentations by today's leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists right to you.

    The National Geographic Live series brings thought-provoking presentations by today's leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists right to you.

    15413 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Explorer Tim Baird traveled to Tanzania to investigate the impact of cell phone use in Africa—finding that the technology is playing a pivotal role for parks, farms, and poor communities.

    See what our explorers in the field are up to this week.

    See what our explorers in the field are up to this week.

    11034 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    In this image submitted by #YourShot member Anu Nadimpalli, swarms of people pass by New Delhi's famed Red Fort. What are your favorite spring travel destinations? Upload a photo using #BestSpringTrips.

    See all of our Your Shot photo community's pictures of #bestspringtrips. Get inspired and upload your own.

    See all of our Your Shot photo community's pictures of #bestspringtrips. Get inspired and upload your own.

    14081 likes
  • National Geographic uploaded a new video.

    Por el Planeta isn’t just a photography contest: it’s a movement seeking to transform our relationship with the planet. Submit your best shots here by March 27 for a chance to win—and to spread awareness about the plight of our Earth: http://on.natgeo.com/1bu0vfY #PlanetaPhoto

    Por el Planeta isn’t just a photography contest: it’s a movement seeking to transform our relationship with the planet. Submit your best shots here by March 27 for a chance to win—and to spread awareness about the plight of our Earth: <a href="http:/...

    Read More...11412 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    A $1.25 billion venture, NASA will soon send a spacecraft to an asteroid, pluck a boulder from its surface, and plunge it into orbit around the moon.

    Instead of bringing an entire asteroid back to lunar orbit, an uncrewed spacecraft will snag a boulder.

    Instead of bringing an entire asteroid back to lunar orbit, an uncrewed spacecraft will snag a boulder.

    15865 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    The hardest animal to attach a Crittercam to wasn't a great white shark or a whale—it was the slow-moving manatee. On Manatee Appreciation Day, see a video of the adorable endangered species in action.

    Things are looking up for the embattled manatee: The endangered species' numbers are up.

    Things are looking up for the embattled manatee: The endangered species' numbers are up.

    39419 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Paleontologists in Portugal have discovered the bones of an ancient metoposaur—a remarkable, salamander-like amphibian that could grow up to 10 feet (3 meters) in length.

    Finding fossils takes a combination of skill on luck.

    Finding fossils takes a combination of skill on luck.

    35937 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Photo of the Day: During extreme weather conditions in Quebec City, Canada, #YourShot member Dominic Roy captured this image of a snowy owl fighting the elements. #photography

    A snowy owl appears to fight against the winter elements in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    A snowy owl appears to fight against the winter elements in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    124233 likes
  • National Geographic shared a link.

    Our editor's video of the day: Travel in time with this stop-motion animation and see how Trajan's Column was built—according to one theory.

    Go behind the scenes of National Geographic's stop-motion video about Trajan's Column.

    Go behind the scenes of National Geographic's stop-motion video about Trajan's Column.

    10963 likes
  • National Geographic uploaded a new video.

    Captured by National Geographic's #PristineSeas team in the Seychelles, this close-up video features a green turtle making its way from sand to sea in the stunning Cosmoledo atoll.

    See more from the expedition: http://on.natgeo.com/1CnAYz5

    Captured by National Geographic's #PristineSeas team in the Seychelles, this close-up video features a green turtle making its way from sand to sea in the stunning Cosmoledo atoll.

See more from the expedition: <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1CnAYz5"...

    Read More...26013 likes

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