You will have to refer to the WebYep documentation regarding URLs within loops – that’s going to be where you get the link to use in your sharer button on the loop page. Read and find out how you set a link to a dynamically-generated page within WebYep, and then use that to set the “read more” button as well as the share this button.
has anyone actually managed to integrate a Facebook like button into freeway so clicking on the button posts the page title and descriptive paragraph onto the logged in Facebook wall. The best I have been able to do is get the link to the blog but no descriptive text/first paragraph.
At the moment I cant even get a single like button on a page with static content to populate a Facebook wall correctly
and here is the multiple buttons example http://hillarsaare.com/projects/facebook/multi-like/
which is the ultimate goal.
I have already created the Facebook Application to Get my App ID for my Website/Blog
and I have done a shed load of reading but nothing seems to work correctly
As I said I cant even get a single button static page to work correctly so it posts the snippet of the blog… so does anyone have any thoughts… suggestions etc before I go mad!!!
Well after a lot of head scratching it looks like I have got it to work I can now post the title of a blog post and its description created by webyep content
what a palaver!!!
all will be revealed
I hesitated to answer here cause I’m more than sure that I anyway haven’t understood the entire idea of facebook. I got it running using the following code:
Each page-code has to be modified for new pages cause it isn’t the “FB Universal Application”. I haven’t had the opportunity to test it with the app cause we do not have any facebook-Account for our Template-Project, but did this in the past and as far as I remember this worked too.
The cool thing on the code-example above is that it takes the SEO Action description and title without any doubt.
But the caveat (or the “hammer”) is the “image” facebook grabs (or not).
Now as far as I know it needs to be an image less then x-kb and on one page Facebook even grabs the close x symbol of the webyep demo prompt (isn’t it nasty?).