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I have been searching for this for a while now. Now that I have found a way to do it, I thought it would be nice to share it here! So here it goes.
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How to Make a Welcome Page for your Facebook Page using Static HTML:
Static fbml application used to do this. But as now facebook is not allowing us to install static fbml to new pages, we can make use of this static html. this is somewhat better than the static fbml.
Sidenote: Static FBML cannot be installed to pages as of now!
In this video tutorial I will show how to create a welcome page for your [age in facebook using static html application. After creating the page, you can make it a default landing page by clicking on “Edit Page” button and changing the option “Default Landing Page” in “Manage Permissions”.
This is the html code I used in my page!
<div align=center><img src=”http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/253262_251675544844380_182379048440697_1080456_4148773_n.jpg”></img><br /> <font face=”verdana” color=”green”<h2>Welcome to CityVille Fans Page</h2></font><br /> <font face=”verdana” color=”black”> Enjoy you stay here and share anything!</font> <br /> <h4><font face=”comicsans” color=”blue”>Please Share the Page. We Really Appreciate that!</font></h4><br /> <fb:share-button href=”http://facebook.com/cityvillefanspage” /> </div>
If you have any doubts Please ask me in the comments!
The button code,
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'> <iframe allowTransparency='true' expr:src='"http://www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=" + data:post.url + "&layout=standard&show_faces=false&width=100&action=like&font=arial&colorscheme=light"' frameborder='0' scrolling='no' style='border:none; overflow:hidden; width:450px; height:40px;'/> </b:if>
where to add it ?
Log into your blogger account, then go to Layout >> Edit Html.
Before doing any thing you must check Expand Widget Templates box.
And find the next Code
And after it, paste your button code
What, If you didn’t find the code above in your template, The try to find the following,
And paste the button code Before it.
click Save Template and you are done.
in the above code you can customize 3 parts. and i’ve colored them to make it easy for you to recognize,
in the above code change the following parts,
- like this part controls the verb that appear on your button, keep it as you see or change it to recommend if you want.
- arial this part controls the font type, keep it or change it to one of the following,lucida+grande
- light this part controls your button color theme, and you have three options, light, evil, or dark
- Update, How to make it appear on your home page.
in the button code there are two parts you’ll need to remove to make this button appear on your home page, the first line and the last line, if you still don’t under stand, please see the following parts and delete it before pasting the code to your template,
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
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