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Embed a Facebook Page Feed

Steps on how to generate a Facebook page feed and embed it on any website.

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Written by Laze Trajkov
Updated over a week ago

Here are the steps on how to use EmbedFeed and display the entire Feed of your Facebook Page posts on any website.

First, log in to your EmbedFeed account and follow the steps below.

1. Go to Sources and click on the "Add New Source" button in the top right corner:

2. A window with social media networks will open up. Select Facebook as your source.

3. After that you will need to connect the Facebook account, that manages your Facebook page, to pull the posts:

Note - If you already have your Facebook account connected, you will be automatically redirected to the next step.

4. Select the source type 'Facebook', and once you click 'Facebook page posts' you will see a drop-down menu, where you can select the page that you want to create a widget, from the ones that you manage (check the screenshot below)

After the posts are successfully generated select the widget layout and click on the Create widget button.

That's it!

Note: Due to Facebook's privacy policy you can pull only posts from a Facebook page you have active permission to.

All the recent Facebook page posts from that specific page, will get pulled, and the widget will be created out of them:

Just, copy and paste the code into your HTML code or into your Website builder.

On this screen you can do the following:

  • Moderate the posts

  • Add call-to-action buttons on the posts

  • Select the type of layout design

  • Change the design with a Custom CSS

  • Define settings such as light-box mode, number of posts in the feed, post types, and similar.

If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please feel free to reach out and chat with us or send us an email at

Also, If you feel like you need a demo of our product, with our EmbedSocial account managers, please click the Calendly link, and schedule one!

We're happy to help.

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