4 1.2 default 0.01 700 //www.grovo.com/asset/gplayer/skins/default/watermark.png?v=1 Helvetica, Arial, Sans Serif

Facebook lets you add a badge to your website to easily link it to your Facebook profile.

From your Facebook Timeline, click the gear icon in the top right and choose "Add a Badge to Your Site." On the "Profile badges" page, you can add a profile badge, with your picture, name, email, and your latest text status, to Blogger, TypePad, or any other site by clicking one of the icons.

Click "Edit this badge" to change the information it will display.

Be sure to save any changes.

You can also add a badge that displays one of your likes or one that shows up to eight of your previous cover photos.

When you're ready to add your new badge to your site, copy the HTML code and paste it into your website's code.

Now, visitors to your site will see a snippet of your Facebook life.

FacebookThe world's largest social networking platform; it is used to communicate and share content with users' friends and family around the world.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.SiteWebsite; a collection of related Web pages containing images, videos or other digital assets.WebsiteSite; a collection of related Web pages containing images, videos or other digital assets.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.IconA small picture or image used by websites and apps to represent a function, tool, action or location.EmailElectronic mail; a system where a message is composed and sent via the Internet to be read by another person in a different location.Blogger1. A person who creates, maintains and posts to a blog; 2. a blogging platform that supports multi-user blogs and lets users compose and publish text and various types of media. Status1. An update posted to a social network that typically describes what a user is doing at the present moment; 2. the state of a user's presence on a chat service, such as available, busy, or idle. LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.HTML CodeHypertext markup language; the basic programming language in which Web pages are written.Facebook5071Add a Facebook Badge to your Site
lesson111highFacebook