Seems that every time I learn a new skill like FBML, a major change comes along making it obsolete. Facebook is especially guilty of constant mandated changes, and I'll be looking to see how this affects the Library's Facebook page. I wonder if the FBML I've already done will transfer over or have to be redone. I'm curious to experiment with the iFrames now. I hope this means designing in Dreamweaver first will be an option.
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No More "Standard" Tabs
Note: the new tabs will appear in the form of a list (there will be a maximum of 6 above the fold).
New Photo Strip
The maximum size for the profile picture has been reduced from 200x600px to 180x540px.
User Interface Changes
Admin View of Wall (See Hidden Posts)
Post as Your Brand
Your Brand Can "Like" Other Pages
Fans Count Has Changed
Now displayed on
From a web developer’s standpoint, this is the biggest and best change
To use iframes, you need the most up-to-date layout. First and foremost: in order to use iframes, the page must be using the new
Saving User Sessions
With the changes scheduled to take full effect March 10, 2011, you should now be ready to take full advantage of the changes.
- Profile photo now has a max size of 180x540px.
- Display page category.
- Photo strip shows most recent tagged or posted photos. They are randomized. Watch out for inappropriate photos tagged with your
- Admin view.
- Filter wall posts by your
- Tabs are now on the left (under the profile photo) in the form of a list (maximum of 6 above the fold). Also, switch to Admin View to see hidden posts.
- If you’re an admin, you can view the people who have "Liked" your brand. We noticed it’s in order of most recent Likes. If you’re not an admin, you can no longer view those who have "Liked" the brand page.
- Your brand page can Like other pages. They’ll show up on your brand page.
Other changes not shown in the image above:
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- You can see a Newsfeed of updates from Liked Pages on your home page when using
- Pages now support iframed tab applications.
- Email notifications when users post or comment.
See this Amp at http://amplify.com/u/brn38