WordPress Facebook

Description

Connect your WordPress website with Facebook by help of this Free plugin.

Spider Facebook
Demo
Demo Admin
User Manual

Spider Facebook is a well-equipped tool to integrate your website with Facebook. The product package contains a large number of widgets and plugins to make your website more social. Using it you will be able to add not only Like/Share and Registration buttons, but also Facepile, Facebook commenting box and etc.
This WordPress plugin comes with Open Graph Integration, so that the shared pages/posts can be fully customized, including title, image and other content. Spider Facebook is user-friendly and comes with a detailed documentation for an easier installation and use.
The options for the Facebook buttons are enhanced allowing the user to define some of its design and location. There is also a possibility of displaying count boxes next to some of the buttons wherever needed.
Using it you will be able to add not only Like/Share and Registration buttons, but also Facepile, Activity Feed and etc.
Using Facebook comments you will be able to regulate your comments and avoid spam from WordPress spam bots.
Facebook Activity Feed will allow displaying the activity of the specific page, e.g. comments and likes in the page.
Facebook Facepile images are displayed only when the user has already liked the page. Otherwise it will display only the number of likes for the page.

Features of Spider Facebook:

  • Facebook Like Button with a possibility of sharing the stories afterwards
  • Facebook Send Button
  • Facebook Follow plugin that allows Facebook users to subscribe to other Facebook members from your website.
  • Facebook Comments box, which can be used instead of the typical comment box to avoid spambot comments.
  • Facebook Activity Feed
  • Facebook Recommendations Box
  • Facebook Like Box that allows liking your Facebook Page, as well as viewing its stream from your website.
  • Facebook Facepile that shows the Facebook profile pictures of the Facebook users who have liked your Facebook page or have signed up for your site.
  • Facebook Request Dialog for sending a Facebook Request from one Facebook user to one or more Facebook users.
  • The plugin can be used to add social sharing buttons for specific and/or all posts and pages.
  • Possibility to select the color scheme for the buttons.
  • Possibility of specifying the size of the buttons for a more convenient use.
  • Possibility to specify the position of the created button.
  • Facebook Request button can be used to invite the Facebook users to join a game or use a specific third-party application.
  • Possibility to choose between light and dark color schemes for the buttons based on the website colors.
  • Possibility to choose the position of the count boxes.
  • Possibility to add metadata for displaying specific content when sharing specific pages/posts.
  • Possibility to set border and background colors for most of the button types.
  • Translation possibility in advance to creating the button/social plugin to be added to posts/pages
  • App ID required for all plugins and buttons
  • Layout styling possibilities with each button
  • Possibility to change the language of the button label when creating the button
  • Possibility to choose the number of comments to be displayed within a page/post

Upgrade to Spider Facebook Pro to add features:

  • LinkedIn Share, Tweet, Google Plus recommendation and Facebook like
  • Facebook Register
  • LinkedIn, Twitter, Google, and Facebook social widgets
  • Facebook Login Button which also contains the Facebook profile pictures of the user’s Facebook friends who have signed up for your website.

In addition to the social integration widgets, Facebook plugin allows having registration possibility with Facebook, which is one of the most common features for the high-end websites. (commercial version)
Multiple registration possibilities (auto registration, username and password, as well as username/password and Captcha). (commercial version)

IMPORTANT:

If you think you found a bug in Spider Facebook or have any problem/question concerning the plugin, please check out Support Forum in our website. If you do not find a solution here, do not hesitate to contact us at info@web-dorado.com.

Supported languages

If you need language which is not included in this list, please contact us and we will do the translation within 3 days. If you find any mistakes in the translation, please contact us and we will make relevant corrections within 3 days.

Afrikaans (af)
Albanian (sq)
Arabic (ar)
Armenian (hy_AM)
Belarusian (be_BY)
Bulgarian (bg_BG)
Catalan (ca)
Chinese, Simplified (zh_CN)
Croatian (hr)
Czech (cs_CZ)
Danish (da_DK)
Dutch (nl_NL)
Esperanto (eo_EO)
Estonian (et)
Finnish (fi)
French (fr_FR)
Galician (gl_ES)
Georgian (ka_GE)
German (de_DE)
Greek (el)
Hebrew (he_IL)
Hindi (hi_IN)
Hungarian (hu_HU)
Indonesian (id_ID)
Italian (it_IT)
Japanese (ja)
Korean (ko_KR)
Latvian (lv)
Lithuanian (lt_LT)
Macedonian (mk_MK)
Malay (ms_MY)
Maltese (mt_MT)
Norwegian (nb_NO)
Persian (fa_IR)
Polish (pl_PL)
Portuguese (pt_PT)
Russian (ru_RU)
Romanian (ro_RO)
Serbian (sr_RS)
Slovak (sk_SK)
Spanish (es_ES)
Swedish (sv_SE)
Tamil (ta)
Thai (th)
Turkish (tr_TR)
Ukrainian (uk_UA)
Vietnamese (vi)

Spider Facebook Step by step guide Step 1

= Installing Spider Facebook =

1.1 Minimum requirements.
* WordPress 3.0+
* PHP 5.x
* MySQL 5.x

1.2 Perform a new installation.
1. Log in to the administrator panel.
2. Go to Plugins Add New > Upload.
3. Click “Choose file” and select the zip file.
For Mac Users
Go to your Downloads folder and locate the folder with the Spider Facebook. Right-click on the folder and select Compress. Now you have a newly created .zip file which can be installed as described here.
4. Click the “Install Now” button.
5. Click the “Activate Plugin” to activate the plugin.
If the installation is successful, you will see a notification message.
If any problem occurs with Spider Facebook, please contact us info@web-dorado.com.

1.3 Updating the Spider Facebook.

If you want to update the facebook plugin while preserving your existing data, you need to deactivate and delete the Spider Facebook from the list of installed plugins (Do not uninstall it using the Uninstall Spider Facebook option of the plugin, otherwise you will lose your initial data) and install the new plugin.

Spider Facebook Step by step guide Step 2

= Adding Facebook social plugins to the website =

  • From the navigation bar on the left select Spider Facebook>Manage Facebook.
  • On the upper left hand of the screen click on the Add a Facebook Plugin button.

2.1 Adding a Like Button
2.1.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.1.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.1.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin. IFRAME does not allow adding a Send Button.The URL option allows placing a link that redirects to a page with the plugin. Specify the link title in the Link text field, as well as the new page Target.
2.1.4 Type of URL. By default, the plugin refers to the current page, but it is possible to link it to a different page by choosing the URL option and filling out the Url field.
2.1.5 App ID. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.1.6 Width. Specify the width (in pixels) of the plugin container.
2.1.7 Button Label. Choose the button label.
2.1.8 Show Send Button. Choose whether to place a Send button next to the Like button or not.
2.1.9 Show Page Fans. Choose whether to show Page Fans or not.
2.1.10 Layout style. Select a layout style for the plugin.
2.1.11 Background color. Choose a background color for the plugin container.
2.1.12 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.1.13 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.1.14 Language Preference.
Custom. Select the plugin language.
Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.1.15 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.1.16 Default image for Posts. When a user likes apost, the activity, along with the post description, appears on his/her Facebook wall. This option allows providing a default image that will accompany all the posts liked by the users.
2.1.17 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin. The following META tags allow you to customize the appearance of the chosen post on the user’s wall. Note that certain META tags are filled out automatically, but you can edit them.
– Title. The title of the post.
– Type. The source website will be categorized by the chosen type.
– URL. For providing a canonical address for the post.
– Image. The image accompanying the published post.
– Site Name. For specifying a name for your website.
– Description. For providing a description for the post.
– Admin ID. You can fill out the Admin ID of your Facebook page to connect the published post to the page.
2.1.18 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.1.19 On all pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.1.20 Default image for pages. Provide a default image for all the pages.
2.1.21 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin. The following META tags allow you to customize the appearance of the chosen pages on the user’s wall.
2.1.22 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.1.23 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.1.24 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.2 Adding a Send Button
2.2.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.2.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.2.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin.
2.2.4 Type of URL. By default, the plugin refers to the current page, but it is possible to link it to a different page by choosing the URL option and filling out the Url field.
2.2.5 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.2.6 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.2.7 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.2.8 All Articles. Adds the plugin to all the articles on the website.
2.2.9 Default image for Posts. When a user likes a post, the activity, along with the post description, appears on his/her Facebook wall. This option allows providing a default image that will accompany all the posts shared by the users.
2.2.10 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin. The following META tags allow you to customize the appearance of the chosen article on the user’s wall. Note that certain META tags are filled out automatically, but you can edit them.
– Title. The title of the post.
– Type. The source website will be categorized by the chosen type.
– URL. For providing a canonical address for the post.
– Image. The image accompanying the published post.
– Site Name. For specifying a name for your website.
– Description. For providing a description for the post.
– Admin ID. You can fill out the Admin ID of your Facebook page to connect the published post to the page.
2.2.11 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.2.12 On all pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.2.13 Default image for pages. Provide a default image for all the pages.
2.2.14 Add pages. Choose pages to which you want to add the plugin. The following META tags allow you to customize the appearance of the chosen pages on the user’s wall.
2.2.15 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.2.16 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.2.17 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (“templates/your_template/index.php”).
Example:

2.3 Adding a Comments Box
2.3.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.3.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.3.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin.
2.3.4 Type of URL. By default, the plugin refers to the current page, but it is possible to link it to a different page by choosing the URL option and filling out the Url field.
2.3.5 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.3.6 Height. Define the height of the plugin in pixels.
2.3.7 Number of posts. Specify how many posts are displayed by default.
2.3.8 Background color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.3.9 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.3.10 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.3.11 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.3.12 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.3.13 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.3.14 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.3.15 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.3.16 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.3.17 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.3.18 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.3.19 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.4 Adding a Like Box
2.4.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.4.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.4.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin. The URL option allows placing a link that redirects to a page with the plugin. Specify the link title in the Link text field, as well as the new page Target.
2.4.4 Facebook Page Url. Enter the URL of your Facebook page.
2.4.5 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.4.6 Height. Define the height of the plugin in pixels.
2.4.7 Show Header. Choose whether to show the Facebook header at the top of the plugin container or not.
2.4.8 Show Stream. Choose whether to show the profile stream for the public profile or not.
2.4.9 Show Page Fans. Choose whether to show Page Fans or not.
2.4.10 Border. Choose whether to display the border of the plugin container or not.
2.4.11 Border Color. Select the border color of the plugin container.
2.4.12 Background Color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.4.13 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.4.14 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.4.15 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.4.16 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.4.17 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.4.18 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.4.19 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.4.20 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.4.21 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.4.23 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.5 Adding a Follow Button
2.5.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.5.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.5.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin. The URL option allows placing a link that redirects to a page with the plugin. Specify the link title in the Link text field, as well as the new page Target.
2.5.4 Facebook Profile Url. Enter the URL of your Facebook profile.
2.5.5 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.5.6 Show Page Fans. Choose whether to show Page Fans or not.
2.5.7 Layout style. Select a layout style for the plugin.
2.5.8 Border. Choose whether to display the border of the plugin container or not.
2.5.9 Border Color. Select the border color of the plugin container.
2.5.10 Background Color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.5.11 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.5.12 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.5.13 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.5.14 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.5.15 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.5.16 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.5.17 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.5.18 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.5.19 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.5.20 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.6 Adding a Request Dialog
2.6.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.6.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.6.3 App id. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.6.4 Request Message. Here you can add a message that will accompany the request.
2.6.5 Request type. Choose whether to enable request for one or multiple users.
2.6.6 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.6.7 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.6.8 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.6.9 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.6.10 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.6.11 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.6.12 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.6.13 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.7 Adding a Recommendations Box
2.7.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.7.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.7.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin.
2.7.4 Domain. Specify the domain for which you want the information to be shown. By default, it is the domain on which the plugin is added.
2.7.5 App id. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.7.6 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.7.7 Height. Define the height of the plugin in pixels.
2.7.8 Target. Select the context in which content links are opened.
2.7.9 Show Header. Choose whether to show the Facebook header at the top of the plugin container or not.
2.7.10 Show Recommendations. Choose whether to show user recommendations or not.
2.7.11 Border Color. Select the border color of the plugin container.
2.7.12 Background Color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.7.13 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.7.14 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.7.15 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.7.16 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.7.17 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.7.18 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.7.19 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.7.20 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.7.21 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.7.22 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.7.23 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.8 Adding an Activity Feed
2.8.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.8.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.8.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin.
2.8.4 Domain. Specify the domain for which you want the information to be shown. By default, it is the domain on which the plugin is added.
2.8.5 App id. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.8.6 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.8.7 Height. Define the height of the plugin in pixels.
2.8.8 Target. Select the context in which content links are opened.
2.8.9 Show Header. Choose whether to show the Facebook header at the top of the plugin container or not.
2.8.10 Show Recommendations. Choose whether to show user recommendations or not.
2.8.11 Button label. Choose the button label.
2.8.12 Border Color. Select the border color of the plugin container.
2.8.13 Background Color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.8.14 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.8.15 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.8.16 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.

2.8.17 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.8.18 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.8.19 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.8.20 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.8.21 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.8.22 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.8.23 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.8.23 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.9 Adding a Facepile
2.9.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.9.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.9.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin. The URL option allows placing a link that redirects to a page with the plugin. Specify the link title in the Link text field, as well as the new page Target.
2.9.4 Facebook Page Url. Enter the URL of your Facebook page.
2.9.5 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.9.6 Max Rows. Specify the maximum number of rows of profile pictures.
2.9.7 Image Size. Define the size of the images.
2.9.8 Button label. Choose the button label.
2.9.9 Border. Choose whether to display the border of the plugin container or not.
2.9.10 Border Color. Select the border color of the plugin container.
2.9.11 Background Color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.9.12 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.9.13 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.9.14 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.9.15 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.9.16 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.9.17 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.9.18 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.9.19 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.9.20 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.9.21 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.9.22 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.10 Adding a Share Button
2.10.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.10.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.10.3 Type of URL. By default, the plugin refers to the current page, but it is possible to link it to a different page by choosing the URL option and filling out the Url field.
2.10.4 Share type. Choose the layout style of the plugin.
2.10.5 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.10.6 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.10.7 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.10.8 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.10.9 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.10.10 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.10.11 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.10.12 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.11 Adding a Login Button
2.11.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.11.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.11.3 Rendering. Choose how to render the plugin.
2.11.4 App id. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.11.5 Width. Define the width of the plugin in pixels.
2.11.6 Max Rows. Specify the maximum number of rows of profile pictures.
2.11.7 Show page fans. Choose whether to show Page Fans or not.
2.11.8 Background Color. Select the background color of the plugin container.
2.11.9 Color Scheme. Select the color scheme of the plugin.
2.11.8 Font. Choose the text font of the plugin.
2.11.9 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.11.10 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.11.11 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.11.12 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.11.13 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.11.14 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.11.15 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.11.16 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.12 Adding a Registration
2.12.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.12.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.12.3 Domain. Specify the domain for which you want the information to be shown. By default, it is the domain on which the plugin is added.
2.12.4 App id. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.12.5 Redirect URL after registration. Specify the URL to which the user is redirected after registration.
2.12.6 Redirect URL after login. Specify the URL to which the user is redirected after login.
2.12.7 Allow login only via Facebook. Choose whether to allow logging in only via Facebook or not.
2.12.8 Registration fields type.
* Auto registration. Automatically generates a username and imports user profile information.
* Username and password. The user sets the username and password.
* Username, password, and captcha. Requires setting username and password and verifies with captcha.

2.12.9 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.12.10 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin.
2.12.11 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.12.12 On all Pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.12.13 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin.
2.12.14 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.12.15 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.12.16 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

2.13 Adding a set of Linkedin, Twitter, Google, and Facebook widgets
2.13.1 Title. Specify a title for the plugin to be able to identify the plugin in back-end.
2.13.2 Publish. Choose whether to publish the plugin or not.
2.13.3 Type of URL. By default, the plugin refers to the current page, but it is possible to link it to a different page by choosing the URL option and filling out the Url field.
2.13.4 Count Box Position. Choose the position of the widget count boxes.
2.13.5 Horizontal Position. Choose whether to place the plugin on the left or on the right hand of the page.
2.13.6 App ID. Enter your Facebook Application ID.
2.13.7 Language Preference.
* Custom. Select the plugin language.
* Current. Adjusts to the language of the website.
2.13.8 All Posts. Adds the plugin to all the posts on the website.
2.13.9 Default image for Posts. When a user likes a post, the activity, along with the post description, appears on his/her Facebook wall. This option allows providing a default image that will accompany all the posts liked by the users.
2.13.10 Posts. Choose the posts to which you want to add the plugin. The following META tags allow you to customize the appearance of the chosen post on the user’s wall. Note that certain META tags are filled out automatically, but you can edit them.
– Title. The title of the post.
– Type. The source website will be categorized by the chosen type.
– URL. For providing a canonical address for the post.
– Image. The image accompanying the published post.
– Site Name. For specifying a name for your website.
– Description. For providing a description for the post.
– Admin ID. You can fill out the Admin ID of your Facebook page to connect the published post to the page.
2.13.11 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2.13.12 On all pages. Adds the plugin to all the pages on the website.
2.13.13 Default image for pages. Provide a default image for all the pages.
2.13.14 Pages. Choose the pages to which you want to add the plugin. The following META tags allow you to customize the appearance of the chosen pages on the user’s wall.
2.13.15 Vertical Position. Choose whether to place the plugin at the top or at the bottom.
2.13.16 Style. Here you can customize certain style options. Simply change the values of the parameters that are listed in the box.
2.13.17 Add to Tag. Add the code (ONLY ONCE) to the tag of your template’s index.php file (templates/your_template/index.php).
Example:

Spider Facebook Step by step guide Step 3

= Publishing Spider Facebook in a Page or a Post =

3.1 Open the page/post where you want to publish the Facebook plugin.
3.2 Click on the Spider Facebook button .
3.3 Select the Facebook plugin you want to insert and click on the Insert button. You can also edit the META tags in the Spider Facebook section at the bottom of the page. Note that these META tags have a higher priority than the ones on the Facebook plugin parameters page.
3.4 Alternatively, you can manually insert the Facebook plugin shortcode into the post/page. Simply copy [spider_facebook id=”N”] into the page/post. “N” is the ID of the plugin and can be found in the Manage Facebook section of Spider Facebook.

Step 4: Creating a Facebook Application ID
4.1 Go to the Facebook Developers Apps page, and sign in with your Facebook username and password. If you are new to Facebook Developers, you will see a “Register a Developer Account” button. Follow the steps to create a free developer account on Facebook.
4.2 Click the register button. Once you’ve read the Facebook Platform Policies, click on the “Continue” button. Clicking the “Continue” button implies that you agree to the Facebook Platform Policies.
4.3 If your Facebook account is unverified, you may be asked to verify your account (by mobile or credit card number).
4.4 You might also need to pass a Captcha security check. Click on the “Submit” button after providing the Captcha code.
4.5 After signing in, click on the “Create New App” button.
4.6 Specify a name for the application in the “App Name” field. It is recommended to use your site name. Leave the remaining fields blank.
4.7 You should now be on the Basic (Basic Settings) page for your app, where the App Name you had provided in Step 6 is displayed in the “Display Name” field. Check if the name and the contact email address are correct. Now, proceed to the “App Domains” field.
4.8 Type in your domain name in the “App Domains” field (e.g. example.com, without ‘www’ or ‘http://’).
4.9 Next, scroll down to the “Select how your app integrates with Facebook” section of the Basic page, and click “Website with Facebook Login.” This section will expand to show a “Site URL” field.
4.10 Enter your site URL in the “Site URL” field (e.g. http://www.example.com ).
4.11 Click on the “Save Changes” button.
Final step: Copy your Facebook App ID. To find the App ID, from the navigation menu on the left hand of the page click “Settings” and select “Basic”, which will take you to the Basic Settings page. Your Facebook App ID will appear beside the “App ID” field, located on the top of the page. Paste the App ID into App ID field of the Spider Facebook’s admin page.

Screenshots

  • Spider Facebook - Social networks
  • Spider Facebook - All social buttons
  • Spider Facebook - Add a Facebook
  • Spider Facebook - Likebox
  • Spider Facebook - Social networks
  • Spider Facebook - Comments
  • Spider Facebook - Share button

Installation

Thank you for your interest in Spider Facebook.

Minimum requirements:

  • WordPress 3.4+
  • PHP 5.x
  • MySQL 5.x

After downloading the ZIP file
1. Login to your WordPress site administrator panel and head over the ‘Plugins’ menu
2. Click ‘Add New’
3. Choose the ‘Upload’ option
4. Click Choose file (Browse) and select the zip file.
For Mac Users
Go to your Downloads folder and locate the folder with the Spider Facebook. Right-click on the folder and select Compress. Now you have a newly created .zip file which can be installed as described here.
5. Click Install Now button.
6. Once it is complete, activate the plugin.

Once the plugin is activated, you’ll notice a menu on the left called Spider Facebook.
If any problem occurs with Spider Facebook, please contact us info@web-dorado.com.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Thank you for your interest in Spider Facebook.

Minimum requirements:

  • WordPress 3.4+
  • PHP 5.x
  • MySQL 5.x

After downloading the ZIP file
1. Login to your WordPress site administrator panel and head over the ‘Plugins’ menu
2. Click ‘Add New’
3. Choose the ‘Upload’ option
4. Click Choose file (Browse) and select the zip file.
For Mac Users
Go to your Downloads folder and locate the folder with the Spider Facebook. Right-click on the folder and select Compress. Now you have a newly created .zip file which can be installed as described here.
5. Click Install Now button.
6. Once it is complete, activate the plugin.

Once the plugin is activated, you’ll notice a menu on the left called Spider Facebook.
If any problem occurs with Spider Facebook, please contact us info@web-dorado.com.

Reviews

Great Now it;s working

Smashing plugin although not one for beginners. The Web Dorado team were great at helping me get this set up (I bought the plugin) and it works just fine for what I need. Thank you

Superbe extension !

Oui, cette extension est superbement bien conçu. Merci au concepteur.
Je regrette qu’une chose, c’est que le texte qui indique ceux qui aiment ne sois plus traduit en français.

Extension très pratique.

Merci

Thx, it is really great

Spider facebook is really cool!!!

Hey, web dorado team thank u for a advanced product. Telling the truth, my friends think that I work for your company, cause I advice all of them to check and use your products. By the way, it would be nice to work for a company like web dorado!

Great plugin!

Great plugin! It has all the social integration features that a modern site needs. No need to download 100 plugins to integrate the website with facebook. I’m using this free version on my site and considering to buy the pro version soon for one of my client’s sites.

Super useful tool

Have been looking for this kind of tool for quite long time. Very useful, not expensive and reliable! Thank you guys!

Spider Facebook is great

Very interesting and simply great tool for WordPress website. All necessary social plugins are available. Simple in use and works without any difficulties and problems.

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Contributors & Developers

“WordPress Facebook” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.14

Fixed: Security issue

1.0.13

Changed: Compability with WordPress 4.3

1.0.11

security issue fixed

1.0.10

change shortcode

1.0.7

bug fixed on wp 3.9 editor

1.0.0

Initial version