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
Good news, everyone! My compulsive need to make websites and write content has struck again, this time resulting in my new site, FBMHell.Com, which I hope will evolve into a great resource for Facebook developers, whether you’re an app developer or fan page designer.
You’re gonna love this. And by love I mean be filled with rage. I started receiving emails from people today, frustrated that they could no longer set a specific tab as their default landing tab in Facebook. Everyone assumed it was a bug. It’s not.
In a previous tutorial, you learned how to Extend Facebook Static FBML Tabs with Dynamic Content, and now we’re back to show you how to take it even further by creating sub-nav tab navigation within your Static FBML microsite using only DynamicFBML.
Last night, during a webcast, Facebook announced some upcoming significant changes to the Facebook platform. Most are good, a few may be frustrating, but here they are. These changes will start to be rolled out in November & December and will continue into the first and second quarter of 2010.