Well if you have the code snippet from Facebook then you can copy that, open up Freeway, go to Insert > Markup Item. Then paste the code in there and then click OK and it should appear on your page as a markup item box. You may need to resize the box, but that should work and once previewed you should see it within the web browser.
Not at all, but it’s probably less creepy. Using the FB-provided tools
into your page in a way where their intrusion is not considered a
security violation by your visitors’ browsers. But who knows what all
FB are getting from your visitors in the way of reading their FaceBook
cookie etc? Using the FB code is kind of like giving your visitors
(customers?) over to the secret police, or what passes for it in
today’s information economy. A simple inbound link, such as you have
provided, is much less intrusive. Of course once anyone clicks on that
button and actually goes to Facebook, all bets are off. But it’s the
creepy drive-by profiling you avoid by using your own static link.
On Apr 15, 2011, at 2:57 PM, Carol Sullivan wrote:
I just imported a PNG file of the FB icon and did a hyperlink to my
customer’s FB page. Is that going to be the same thing?
(new to the discussion board so this is not a timely reply–sorry)