Has anyone ever successfully added a Facebook status feed to a website? I can access both the XML and JSON for status feeds but anytime I try to display it on my site I get an error telling me that the XMLHttpRequest cannot load http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?id=112140545537576&format=rss20. Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
I’ve followed a tutorial in Web Designer Magazine titled ‘Add a Facebook news feed to your Website’, which is great apart from the fact that it doesn’t mention anything about OAuth ID’s and their tutorial files don’t work as they require one.
Am I missing something here? It IS possible to display facebook status updates on your website right??
Any help would be much appreciated. I’ve spent all evening googling, looking through various tutorials and scouring the facebook developer site.
Hi johnny, great post and thanks for this tutorial. I just have one question:
I also want to integrate my facebook newsfeed to my website, but I also want the option that people can interact with the content (from facebook) on my website. For example: when someone visit my website and he wants to comment , like or share (just like you can do on Facebook) an update, they can do that on my website instead of Facebook. Do you think that’s possible?
If you are looking to set this up for just a Facebook page it is pretty simple to do. You do not to create a Facebook app or get authorization. This is the video I made to show it. http://youtu.be/U2cGmnzlN_k