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Here are the updated instructions. Since last week, there has been a lot of excitement over the changes to Facebook fan pages and how this will effect custom tabs. Existing tabs will continue to work and it will be possible to edit them but new pages and tabs will not be able to use this application.
Instead new custom Facebook tabs will need to be created with Iframes. How do we do this? Well, I spent some time figuring this out and here are the instructions. Custom Facebook Tab with Iframes Make a html, php or other type of web page and upload it to your web server.
Instead of the code going directly into the Static FBML application the iframe application will be pulling the page you made to Facebook. This page will still need to fit within the Facebook size limit of px wide.
Go to the Facebook Developers site. Give the app a name. I recommend naming it what you want the name of the tab to be. You will now be on the About Tab for the new application.
Give the application a description. You can also upload an icon and a logo. I recommend at least using the icon because in the list of tabs on your page, your icon will appear rather than the iframe or static fbml icon.
This is Facebook Integtration. Canvas URL — fill out the directory where the file you uploaded is located.
The URL must have a trailing slash. In my exampleit is http: Iframe size — select auto-resize unless you want ugly scrollbars. Removing the scrollbars completely requires additional stepswhich I will be discussing next week. Tab Name — this is what you want the tab to be called, such as Welcome, About, Contest, etc.
The first time I tested this my tab name was ignored and the name of the Application was used, which is why I recommended naming the application what you want the tab to be called. Tab URL — this is the name of the file you uploaded. In my example it is index. You will now be on the screen with information about your new application.
You do not need to submit it to the directory. Steps 17 and 18 are no longer valid. Please see this article on how to add the custom application to your Facebook page. You now need to add the application you created to your page. If you are an admin for multiple pages, you will need to select the correct page to add the new iframe page application to.
Go to your page and you will see the new tab in the list under the page photo and, if you uploaded your own icon, you will see that next to the name of the new iframe page tab. Negatives You will have to make one of these for every custom tab that you want to make — if a page is going to have three custom tabs you will need to make three iframe apps for it.
It is my understanding that if you are not logged into Facebook, you will not be able to see a custom tab created with iframes. This is not good for google searches that were locating our custom Facebook tabs.
If I am wrong about this, please let me know. Benefits More code flexibility — pretty much anything that will work on a html page will work on your iframe tab.
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