Change text of Facebook post Call-To-Action buttons

By default, the plugin uses the text provided by the Facebook API, but this can be changed by adding the following snippet to the plugin’s “Custom JavaScript” section (Customize > Misc):

Changing the size of the Facebook author avatar

The standard size of the Facebook author avatar is 40px but this can be increased by using the following snippets.

Add dates to Photo, Video, and Album feeds

You can use this snippet to add dates below the posts in your Photo, Album, and Video grid feeds.

Add a custom scrollbar to any of our plugins

By default, our plugin will use the default browser scrollbar for whichever browser the feed is viewed in. If you’d like to use a custom scrollbar then there are a […]

Create a custom title in your Facebook posts

This allows you to grab a certain piece of text from your Facebook post and create a title out of it.

Add captions text to Photos grid layout

To add caption text below each photo in your Photos grid feed simply add the following to the plugin’s Custom JavaScript section (Facebook Feed > Customize > Misc):

Filtering your Facebook posts

The Custom Facebook Feed plugin has a post filtering feature built into it which allows you to filter your posts by a specific string or hashtag. You can set this […]

How do I customize my Facebook feed?

WordPress plugin You can customize the feed by setting the options on the Customize page, which can be found under the Facebook Feed menu in your left hand WordPress admin menu. If […]

Using shortcode options to customize your Facebook feeds

If you’re only displaying one Facebook feed on your site – even if you’re using it in multiple places – then you don’t need to use our shortcode options. You […]

Can I display my Facebook posts horizontally or in multiple columns?

There is now a built-in setting to create a multi-column masonry layout for your feed. Just use the setting in the following location: Facebook Feed > Customize > General > […]

Custom Snippets

CSS WordPress Plugin: Copy and paste these into the Custom CSS section, found under the Misc tab on the plugin’s Customize page. Standalone Plugin: Add these snippets to your website’s […]

Create a “pinned post” in your Custom Facebook Feed

Pin a post to the top of your Facebook feed using this handy code snippet.

Display Posts Based on Shares and/or Likes

Set your feed to display posts only if they have a minimum amount of shares, likes, or shares and likes.

Set Height and/or Width of Each Image Cropped and Centered

Set all images to a specific height and width or a specific height and fluid width with the image cropped and centered. Please see the two methods below:

Remove a particular string or hashtag from the post text

If you’re using a hashtag to filter posts (eg: #showonwebsite) then you may not want that hashtag to show up in your feed. You can use the following snippet to remove a particular string or hashtag.

Add an “Invite” link to the bottom of your events

Due to Facebook API limitations it’s not possible to add the actual functionality of the Invite button which you see on Facebook in your event, but you can add an invite link to the bottom of your events which will link users to the event on Facebook and allow them to invite other people from there. Just add the following to the plugin’s Custom JavaScript section (Customize > Misc > Custom JavaScript):

Use full size images in Facebook Photo grid feed

By default, the plugin uses a medium sized image in the photo feed grid layout to help with performance, and then displays the full size image in the popup lightbox. To use the full size image for the actual photos in the grid layout too, you can use the following JavaScript snippet.

Reverse the order of comments beneath your Facebook posts

You can reverse the order of the comments beneath your Facebook posts by adding the following to the plugin’s Custom JavaScript section:

Add Facebook event details to the lightbox

By default, only the event name and date is displayed in the pop-up lightbox. To display all of the information just follow these directions.

Displaying a stacked event date format

If you’d like to display the date in your events to be stacked like in the image below then you can do this by using a couple of Custom JavaScript and Custom CSS snippets.