NOTE: This won't work on plain HTML pages. You'll need to save your page as .php.
First locate your Facebook feed. Then parse the Feed into your web site's page with a PHP script.
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Nancy... Is this as straight forward as it seems? It almost seems to be too easy?
Yeah, parsing RSS feeds is pretty simple stuff. The trick is finding the correct Feed URL.
Have you tried this yourself?
Not with FB because I loath & detest that site. However I've done it with Blogger, Worried Press & others, no prob.
I feel the same way about FaceBook... I don't and hopefully won't have to ever use it. But at this same time it makes it complicated for me when trying to figure out how to get their FB "entries" into thier website. So, this might work out great... Now I need to get the feed info from the facebook user since I don't even have an account there. I'll be in touch... Thanks for the info...