How to Add Facebook Feed Grids & Carousels in WordPress Gutenberg (Easiest Way)

by | Jun 7, 2022 | 0 comments

How to Add Facebook Feed Grids & Carousels in WordPress Gutenberg (Easiest Way)

by | Jun 7, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

We will see how to add Facebook Photos, Videos & Status Feed from Personal Account or Brand Page Account of Facebook in WordPress Gutenberg. Using this Plugin, you can fetch feed dynamically from your Facebook Account by linking API. We show 2 ways here, 1 using dev account and 1 without a dev account.

Without using any Code, you can embed Facebook Feeds in WordPress from multiple Facebook Accounts and filter them. Best alternative for Elsight and Smashbaloon Facebook Feed.

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You can also Add Instagram Feed, Twitter Feed, YouTube Videos Feed, Vimeo Video Feed, check live Demo –

You can also combine all Social Feed with filters to create Multi Social Feed –

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Timestamps 🕐

0:00 Overview
1:42 Required Plugins for Facebook Feed
2:27 Creating the Facebook Feed Page
4:16 Generating Access Token : Method 1
7:07 Deleting Access Token Access
7:51 Manual Access Token : Method 2
10:45 Layout Options Explained
12:18 Excluding Posts from Facebook Feed
13:02 Filters for Facebook Feed
13:50 Lazy Load Facebook Feed Posts
14:47 Refresh Time Explained
15:41 Open Post Content on Click
16:21 CURL SSL Verify Peer Explained
16:49 Performance Options for Facebook Feed
18:18 Styling Facebook Feeds
20:40 End Notes

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