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How can I put Facebook, Twitter & Linked in boxes on my website?


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Cycla2011

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I am kind of a beginner. I am so frustrated. I've gone to the Facebook page where you can post code on your website to add a "Like" box to my website,
but it won't work, and I don't know where to put it.
Please tell me where to post these boxes(links) on my website (where to put code)and please tell me the code I need.

Here are my Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin urls:

[urls removed]

Thanks in advance.

Cycla2011

Edited by admin, 12 August 2011 - 03:09 PM.

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The Facebook Developers' pages give you all the instructions for getting the code needed, and where to place it. You can do some styling as to where the the FB content appears on your pages, but you do have to go through the selection processes for the button styles, etc., then copy/paste the code where suggested.

How To Put The Facebook “Like” Button On A Site
Like Button - Facebook Developers
Sharing Widget, Sharing Button, Sharing Plugin - ShareThis Sharing Button
Social Plugins - Facebook Developers
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Thank you.
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You're welcome. Post back if you still have trouble.
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