Thursday, 1 March 2012

publish-fb-status-on-wordpress

21:27 Posted by Vyas Smit , 4 comments
How to Display Facebook Statuses on WordPress Blog


If you want to show your Facebook Statuses and you are hosting on a WordPress.com blog that restricts you from installing plugins, try this. The following method make use of Facebook status feed and WordPress RSS widget. It will also work for self-host WordPress blogs, but you guys who self-host can use better plugins for that.

Step 1

Login into Facebook. Under Profile, look for Mini Feed column, click on See All.


Step 2

Under Mini Feed, click on ‘Status Stories‘ on the right column. Scroll all the way to the bottom, look for ‘My Status‘


Step 3

Copy the link of My Status, and we are about to use this in WordPress blog. Your link will look something like the following:


Step 4 (WordPress)

Under WordPress admin, Navigate to Design -> Widget. Look for RSS Widget, add it to your side bar.


Step 5

Paste the copied URL inside, give it a name, save and your Facebook statuses (or status depends on how many you display) will now appear on your WordPress blog.



Enjoy...
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