How to Configure Facebook Feed Settings with WP Social Ninja (Part 2)

How can WP Social Ninja Facebook feed settings will add value to your website?

Well, Facebook is the leading social media platform today. No business can ignore how this social platform is getting better every day. So for your brand showcasing, Facebook feed is the perfect way to create word of mouth marketing.

In our previous Facebook feed (part 1) blog we’ve discussed how to configure, style, and filter your WordPress website. Today we’ll dig even deeper and show how you can easily configure Facebook feed settings following a few simple steps.

Facebook feed settings with WP Social Ninja

WP Social Ninja Facebook feed Settings have unique features to highlight your brand. Let’s see how this works-

Feed

WP Social Ninja offers detailed Feed Settings for users with multiple options to customize the feed section.

After clicking on the feed, a drop-down menu will appear.

Facebook feed settings with WP Social Ninja
Feed

Open Post in

This section has three options; None, Open on Facebook, and Open in Popup Box.

Facebook feed settings open post in
Open Post In

Selecting the Open on Facebook option will redirect you to the Facebook page to show the specific post. But, if you press the Open in Popup Box button, you can look at the same page as a Popup modal.

Popup

If you select Open in Popup Box, you will find a totally different popup section to customize your popup box with different key features. It has a Display Sidebar, Display Profile Photo, Display User Name, Display Caption, Display Date, Display Comments, and Display Call to Action buttons that will help you customize your pop-up.

Facebook feed settings popup
Popup

You can enable or disable each button depending on your preference.

Display Author Photo

Next, you can control your Display Author Photo on your website. Here, the Display Author Photo button is enabled. However, if you don’t want to display it on your website, turn off the button.

Display author photo
Display Author Photo

For demonstration purposes, we have kept the button enabled.

Display Author Name

Here, in Display Author Name, you can mention the Author Name. If you don’t want to display the name, you can turn off the button from the settings panel.

Display Author Name
Display Author Name

Here, the button is enabled, so the Author Name is displayed.

Display Date

After Author Name, you will find Display Date. Turn on the button to show your feed date on your website.

Facebook feed settings display date
Display Date

You can turn off the button to hide the display date.

Display Description

With this feed option, you can show your Display Description for your website.

Facebook feed settings display description
Display Description

The Display Description button is enabled in this screenshot, and now you can see all the descriptions.

Display Likes Count

Control your Display Likes Count by enabling/disabling the Display Likes Count button.

Display Likes Count
Display Likes Count

If you want to show your likes count, turn on the button, turn it off if you don’t.

Display Comments Count

The next option is Display Comments Count. Here you can show or hide your comments for your website.

Display comments count in Facebook feed settings
Display Comments Count

Here, the button is enabled. So comments count is displayed. However, turn off the button if you don’t want to display this.

Display Play Icon

At this part, you can display your video’s Play Icon.

Display play icon with Facebook feed
Display Play Icon

Here we have kept it on. You can choose to keep it on/off as per the betterment of your customers.

Equal Height

Equal Height is another convenient feature. So if you want to maintain equal height for every post, switch on the button.

Equal Height with Facebook feed settings
Equal Height

However, if you don’t want to maintain Equal Height for your post, just turn off the button.

Header

Header Settings will appear after the feed button. Let’s find out how to change the header in the Facebook feed settings.

Facebook feed settings header option
Header

Display Header

In this part, you can control your Display Header on your website. The display header button is enabled here; for that reason, you can see the entire header part. However, if you don’t want to display it on your website, turn off the button.

Display Header
Display Header

You can see this on the screenshot; all the additional settings are pointed.

Account to Display

Next, you have to pick which specific page you want to display for your website from the Account to Display button.

Account to Display in Facebook feed settings
Account to Display

Here, we have selected our WP Social Ninja Facebook page to understand better.

Display Cover Photo

You can display your Cover Photo at this stage, so turn on the button to show. But if you don’t want to show the photo, then turn off the button. As a result, your cover photo will not be shown on your feed header section, but other information will remain the same.

Display Cover photo
Display Cover Photo

Display Profile Photo

After displaying the cover photo, you will find the Display Profile Photo. Turn on the button if you want to show your photo.

Display Profile photo in Facebook feed settings
Display Profile Photo

Here, the button is enabled, so the profile photo is displayed.

Display Page Name

The page name is your business identity, so just turn on the option to show your business name.

Display page name in Facebook feed settings
Display Page Name

As you can see here, the Display Page Name button is on, and the page name is displayed.

Display Description

With this option, you can display your Page description so that your customers can get a brief idea about your product or service. That’s why you need to toggle on the Display Description button.

Display Description in Facebook feed settings
Display Description

You can turn off the button to hide the description.

Display Likes Counter

Similar to Display Description, you can also control whether to show the number of page likes from Display Likes Counter option.

Display Likes Count
Display Likes Count

You can turn off the button to hide the Likes Counter.

Like Button

Once you click on the Like Button, a drop-down menu will appear again on the screen. In this segment, you can customize your Like Button your way.

Like Button in Facebook feed settings
Like Button

Display Like Button

By clicking the Display Like Button, you can turn on/off the Like button on your feed.

Facebook feed settings display like button
Display Like Button

As you can see in this screenshot, we have turned it on. If you want to hide the button, just turn it off.

Like Button Position

Right now, we have three options for Like Button Position; Header, Footer, and Both.

Like Button Position
Like Button Position

We have selected both to display Like Button Position on the header and footer section.

Button Text

This option will give you the freedom to pick the correct words for your customize button.

Facebook feed settings button text
Button Text

So here, you can set your desired button text very easily.

Share Button

The Share Button is quite similar to Like Button. So here, you can design your Share Button in your very own way.

Share Button
Share Button

Display Share Button

Do you want to share your presence on the internet? Don’t worry, just turn on this button.

Display share button in Facebook feed settings
Display Share Button

As you can see in the screenshot, we have turned it on. Turn off the Display Share Button if you want to hide this option.

Share Button Position

You also get three options for Share Button Position; Header, Footer, and Both.

Share Button Position
Share Button Position

So, choose any particular one according to your wish.

Button Text

It is a great option. So don’t miss this opportunity to customize your Button Text.

Button Text

Pagination

At this stage, you can adjust the Pagination from the settings.

Pagination Type

Right now, Pagination has a Load More option.

Pagination Type

If you select the Load More option, it’ll ask you to customize the Load More Button Text and adjust your Facebook feeds per page.

Load More

Once you’re done, don’t forget to click on the Save Template button, and you’ve successfully done your Facebook feed settings.

Now let’s take a look at how it looks in the frontend.

Facebook feed settings frontend
Outlook of the page

And that’s it! You are good to go.

Final words

Manually collecting and displaying social feeds on your WordPress website is a tiring task to do. Moreover, it takes a lot of time and effort. But investing your valuable time and energy doesn’t give you the luxury to customize your social media feeds to sync with your brand.

So why struggle so much when you have the best solution just one click away! Get WP Social  Ninja now and engage with your visitors instantly.

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