In a previous post, we showed you the CSS necessary to make custom Share link in an FBML app or application tab. Since FBML is being deprecated, this obviously won’t work anymore.
Last year, I posted about how to show certain content to fans, and other content to non-fans using FBML. As FBML becomes deprecated, however, it’s time to show you the updated way using the Open Graph, the PHP SDK and IFRAMES.
You may have heard the buzz a little while back about how Facebook now allows users to select “HTTPS-Only” mode which forced Facebook to run over SSL. This is good news for users, but has a pretty big impact on developers, some of which I mentioned here. We knew that
I’ve been asked several times recently if the FBJS examples on my Facebook fan page have a tutorial, so I figured I should probably post something. I hadn’t previously, since they were pretty basic examples, but Facebook is great at making stuff look way more complicated than it is, so
The FBML code to add a share button to an FBML is pretty straightforward, but if you want to use a custom image as the share button, it can be a little trickier to track down. Somewhere along the line, Facebook changed the CSS class that handled this button, so