Why Your Facebook Page Needs iFrames

Earlier this year, Facebook did away with FBML, their mark-up language that allowed page administrators to create custom tabs. They replaced that technology with iFrames. After a bit of early scrambling and complaining, brands have realized the power and benefits of using iFrames. What It Is In its purest form, an iFrame is an HTML… Read more »

How to Create a Welcome Tab on your Facebook Page with Static HTML

In a prior tutorial, I talked about there being a couple of main options for creating a Welcome tab for your Facebook page. The simplest — requiring the least expertise and patience — is to use the Static HTML: iframe tabs application. This tutorial will focus on how to create a Welcome tab on your… Read more »

Welcome Tab on your Facebook Page: App or iFrame?

[This is a three part series about creating a welcome tab for your Facebook page. This tutorial will focus on two of your options (self-hosting and using a third party app). There will then be two separate tutorials for how you would accomplish each option.] If you’ve created a Facebook page for your brand, you… Read more »

The Anatomy of a Facebook Page

Now that you’ve decided that you can benefit from having a Facebook page, let’s put it together. In future tutorials, we’ll go into details about implementation of some of these things, but today we will give an overview of the basic anatomy of a Facebook page. The Name Take your time. If you have multiple… Read more »