Redesign Facebook With New and Powerful iFrame!

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Following up my last post, Facebook is changing from FBML to iFrame.

This means you can no longer use FBML or your existing templates to work on Facebook pages, and you will need to move on to the new Facebook iFrame!

Phil Benham & Daniel Tan has come up with FBMaxed, which is coming at the right time. It is capable of:

- Displaying HTML5 videos
- Inserting Opt-ins forms
- PHP email contact forms
- Photo galleries
- Sales page
- Landing page
- The popular reveal splash page
- Your whole website inside Facebook pages!

…and much more!

And did I mention that it comes with three solid, customizable templates that makes the job of making all of the above a breeze, a snap of the fingers?

But that’s not all. FBMaxed has an ace up its sleeve.

Remember that I mentioned about a reveal splash plage?

Think about it. Creating a complete teaser website on your facebook Page that only gives the faintest of ideas of what lies in store for the people if they would only “like” your page..

…Yes, that’s right. A teaser website on your facebook Page that is seen by the masses, and the true website face of your facebook Page that is available only to those who have “liked” your page.

FBMaxed will open its doors on March 10 at 9:00 AM EST! Make sure you grab it and get ready for Facebook’s change!


Disclaimer: some of the links mentioned within this post or posts they lead to are my affiliate links and I get compensated for recommending those products. However I NEVER recommend something I don’t believe in and welcome your questions and feedback.


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