Among the facebook social plugins, ‘Like’ receives the most attention so far. We covered a post on How to Add Like Box to your Website as requested by our readers. But let’s not overlook other social plugins too, today we will be showing you how to install Facebook Comments to your blog.
Comments plugin allows facebook users to comment on any piece of content on your website, let it be a post, a video or even a photo gallery. The point of using facebook comments is to enable facebook users to share and republish their comments on Wall and friends’ News streams, generate more eyeballs to the original site.
Here’s an example of the feed appearing on my Wall after I commented on Facebook Developer. My friends can read my comment, along with the source link that directs them to the site.
How to Install the Comments Plugin to a Blog?
Similar to adding a Likebox, the code can be generated from here.
An unique ID can be a fan page’s ID, or a URL-encoded ID, depends on where you would like to place it. After filled up the necessary info, click ‘Get Code’ and paste it to your targeted section of the blog. Facebook user can login from the embedded form below prior to commenting.
Once signed in with your Facebook login, add a comment and hit ‘Post’ to display it on your blog. You can choose to not publish your comment by untick the ‘Post Comment to My Facebook Profile’ option.
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