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  • Rik Helsen 670 posts 873 karma points
    Oct 21, 2010 @ 11:16
    Rik Helsen

    Nice! 2 suggestions

    Things you could include:

    Microformats - providing essential meta-data to facebook & crawlers

    This makes sure facebook knows what a page is about, and the information is also used by google and other search engines to display additional information in search results


    Facebook comments
    The Comments Box easily enables your users to comment on your site's content — whether it's for a web page, article, photo, or other piece of content. Then the user can share the comment on Facebook on their Wall and in their friends' streams.


    Kind regards,





  • Jonathan Cohen 40 posts 115 karma points
    Oct 21, 2010 @ 17:05
    Jonathan Cohen

    Hi Rik and thanx,

    I will look into the Microformats things when i have time, regarding the comments they only have a XFBML version and Iuse the Iframe version now. I will look at that later cause it seems much more versitile and flexible.

    I also am just finnishing a "Twitter Goodie" package - just some problems with the macro property type.


  • AshleyPower 1 post 21 karma points
    Nov 24, 2010 @ 17:33



    Very handy plugin indeed!


    I've added the like button to a template and it looks great, however I can't manage to get the URL of the current page into the FacebookPageUrl=" " dynamically.

    Does this plugin only allow the link 'to be liked' to be entered manually? Has anyone managed to get round this?


    I suppose this would be my only suggestion to a plugin that otherwise works very well :)



  • Jonathan Cohen 40 posts 115 karma points
    Nov 24, 2010 @ 20:19
    Jonathan Cohen

    Hi Ashley,

    I have done a small fix, if you do not enter an url, it picks current url and sends to facebook.

    Try it out, and hope it is what you wanted.



  • Jonathan Cohen 40 posts 115 karma points
    Dec 28, 2010 @ 16:07
    Jonathan Cohen

    Hi Rik,

    I have done a shot on the Comments plugin, and also added a Facepile plugin. The comments, do not have iframe version as the rest, so it is using the XFBML script thing.


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