Saturday, July 4, 2020

How to Embed a Facebook Page

In a previous tutorial, I showed you how to embed Facebook posts. In that tutorial, I showed you examples of embedding a regular Facebook post, a Facebook image and a Facebook video.

In this tutorial, I'll show you How to Embed a Facebook Page. As you will see down below, I've embedded my own How-To Tutorials Facebook Page. You will notice that it displays all the recent posts that I made on my FB page.

All the posts that you see in the embedded Facebook page are live. This means that visitors don't have to leave your website or blog to interact with the posts in your Facebook page.

All the buttons, post engagement features are live. They can even LIKE your FB page right from within the embedded page.

I will provide you written instructions on how to embed a Facebook page below. But, you can feel free to watch this step-by-step video tutorial below:

In order to Embed a Facebook Page on your blog or website, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Go to the Facebook Developers page;
Step 2: Enter the Facebook Page URL into the box;
Step 3: Click the GET CODE button;
Step 4: Go to the IFRAME tab and copy the code;
Step 5: Paste the iFrame code in your webpage.

Note that when you click the Get Code button, you will see two tabs (or options) to get the embed code. The JavaScript code is a little more complex and requires you to add a snippet to the body tag of your website and then add the embed code to the respective page.

Whereas, the IFRAME tab (or option) is simpler because all you need to do is add the embed code to your webpage or blog post (like I did here on this blog post). Also, another important point is that if you're logged into your Facebook account, you will need to choose a Facebook App ID. Whereas, if you're not logged into your Facebook account, you don't need the App ID.

And finally, down below you will see a live preview of my embedded How To Tutorials Facebook page. Feel free to interact with the posts and leave a comment and like if you wish. As well as Like my Facebook page.


  1. This is a great post! It is also very helpful, thank you for putting this together and for sharing it. As usual, I learned something new here. Thank you for that. I hope you had a wonderful week and all is well with you.

    Wishing you a great weekend, my friend!

    1. You're welcome Leona! I'm glad this blog post helped. This is a good feature to embed a Facebook page on a website or blog. Thanks for stopping by...always great to see you around my friend. Have a wonderful weekend and stay safe!