This Facebook Plugins for WordPress is the ultimate and most advanced plugin to integrate Facebook plugins, dialogs and Facebook comments into your blog or website. It’s using WordPress shortcodes to make it very simple to add a Facebook plugin or dialog into any blog post or page. The plugins also comes with 7 widgets ready to be customized.
Available exclusively on codecanyon
– 11 Facebook plugins that can be integrated with one line of code.
– 3 dialogs using native Facebook popups.
– Shortcode support for all the plugins and dialogs.
– 7 widgets ready to be customized (Like button, Send button, Follow button, Share Button, Page Plugin, Embedded Posts and Embedded Videos)
– Automatically add a Like Button to all your posts or pages.
– Automatically integrate Facebook comment to all posts and pages.
– Easy way to customize the look and options of the plugins.
– A way to disable the WordPress default comments.
– All widgets are supporting unlimited instances (based on the WordPress Widgets API )
– Customize in which posts and pages the automatic like button, and Facebook comment are displayed
– Rich documentation and each shortcode parameter is documented.
– Compatible with the Facebook WPress for WordPress.
Plugins demo (8 plugins that can be integrated with one line of code)
– Facebook Like buttons
– Facebook Send button
– Facebook Follow button
– Facebook Share button
– Facebook Embedded Post
– Facebook Embedded Video
– Facebook Pages Plugin
– Facebook comments
Dialogs demo (3 native Facebook dialogs that can be integrated with one line of code)
– Facebook Feed Dialog
– Facebook Send Dialog
– Facebook Share Dialog
Like button Automatic integration
On this blog, the settings of the plugin have been set to enable the automatic integration of a Like Button on the Top of this current page. You can define exactly on which pages or posts to display the Like button (and also the position top or bottom).
Facebook Comments Automatic integration
You can specify on which pages or posts to integrate the comments box. That feature has been added in the V2.0 of our plugin and has been requested by several of our buyers.
Your purchase this plugin from this page.
Hello, we recently purchased your plugin for wordpress and just wanted to know if there’s a way to hide comments and like button from certain pages?
That’s currently possible yes, we just made a major update to our plugin with that features. You can re-download it fron this page
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What about responsive design? Can the width be set as a percentage, rather than a fixed pixel width?
..I’m talking about the Comments box, the example is set to 650px, but this site has a fluid width, so it breaks?
Unfortunately no, the Facebook comments are not supporting a width in percentage, that would be good if Facebook think about making it possible!
Hi Jean-Philippe,I’ve tried installing your WordPress Limit a post title to X charcaters plugin, but when I do, it doesn’t work. The counter widget shows up at the top of the right sidebar’ on the post editing page, but the counter does not function.Any tips on how I might go about fixing or troubleshooting this problem? I’d love to make it work!Thanks! PaulThanks,- Paul
Not sure what you mean, can you send more details through our profile page here?
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Hi, can you get this working with content from facebook groups?
Not all widgets are supporting groups 🙂
Does this plug in allow me to display comments from different fanpages on my word press blog pages and posts?
In other words, I would like to place the comments of facebook.com/pages/fanpage1 on mywebsite.com/wp/page1 and facebook.com/pages/fanpage2 on mywebsite.com/wp/page2 ?
The Facebook comments plugins doesn’t support that since Facebook pages doesn’t support comments. The comments on Facebook pages are actually done on the posts or things posted on the timeline.
hi i just whant to know is it possible to comments via Facebook acount ?
Yes sure, the Facebook comment would need to be enabled 😉
For some reason whenever we activate your plugin it adds structured data. I’m not sure why but is there any way we can turn this off:
For whatever reason when we disable your plugin, refresh, the line goes away. When we enable it, the line appears again. And only with this facebook plugin.
Yes sure. That’s called the “open graph tags” and you can disable it from the plugin settings
Hi, it’s work with login with fb ? thx
Not this one, but if you search with “Facebook login” you can find our other plugin enabling the Facebook login and some other viral / social features
Is this plugin still supported or working? I can’t seem to get the comments to appear after posting them
Sure it is. The WordPress comments are moderated