Saturday, May 14, 2011

How to Create a Facebook iFrame Page

As you would be aware, Facebook has changed its
requirements re the creation of Facebook Pages.

You now have to create Facebook Pages using iFrames
instead of Facebook's FBML (Facebook MarkUp Language).

This Facebook change in March 20011 means that you
now have to develop Facebook iFrame Pages and host
the design offsite.

The four basic steps now are:
1. Create the framework for a Facebook Page
(register a Page)
2. Develop a page design using iFrame coding (develop
and host offline)
3. Create a Facebook App to enable integration of your
page design into your Facebook Page.
4. Integrate your Page design into your Facebook Page
using the App you created.

All good fun! ... and requiring multiple small steps.

The best resource for value that I have found so far is
Facebook iFrame Training which provides video training
and a basic WordPress Theme for your iFrame
design. You have to have (or create) a Wordpress blog
to use this package.

The package comes with PLR rights. I am offering the
PLR package to my subscribers at a discount of 30%
on what I paid for it.

Check out this great package here:

I hope this helps you through the maze of recent
Facebook changes.


I would like to thank all those who contributed
category suggestions in my recent survey. We have
been able to incorporate your suggestions.

Our new social media site is undergoing testing
at the moment and we are looking forward to its
Beta release shortly. 

Ron Passfield, PhD, is the creator of,
a 24 weeks (6 months) training program in
social media marketing which covers content creation,
promotion and social networking including Facebook,
Twitter, Squidoo, Flickr, LinkedIn, YouTube, and

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