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Adding Facebook LIKE button to Foliopic site


Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
6 Apr 2011 2:45PM
So, those people are on FB but not in my friends list then?
And no way to find out who they are?
CaptivePhotons 17 1.7k 2 England
6 Apr 2011 8:52PM

Quote:No make sure you have pasted it in fully and into the source code (little icon top left) not direct into the content area


Thanks. Pilot error, unable to follow simple written instruction Tongue
sjportlock 10 21 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2011 9:19PM
Thanks for this guys, i've just added a 'Like' button Grin

www.sjpwildlife.co.uk
21 Mar 2012 10:55PM
Oooh, this works for me too, many thanks! Smile
rhousham 13 435 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2012 12:55PM
Hi just came across this thread - we have added the option it's in settings->website details and there is an option there.
Richard
paulcr Plus
16 1.5k 9 Ireland
26 Jun 2012 1:34PM
Is there any way I can turn off the "Like" feature on my comments etc. Paul
rhousham 13 435 United Kingdom
26 Jun 2012 1:37PM
You mean on ePHOTOzine?
No there isn't.
Can I ask why you would want to?
Richard
paulcr Plus
16 1.5k 9 Ireland
26 Jun 2012 2:02PM
Just dont see the point. I'm not on any of the social sites either so it just seems a waste of time going into my buzz to see that someone liked my comment. Unless I can be enlightened.
Paul
rhousham 13 435 United Kingdom
26 Jun 2012 2:45PM
Well there are likes everywhere on the site your votes for example are mostly people saying that they like a photo.
Similarly there are votes and things in other areas of the site. People on your photo have commented to say that they have liked it.

The like button is a simple way for them to say that maybe they agree or it's helpful to them or they just like it.

We have like buttons on groups, competitions and book reviews, articles and much more.
It's also a way to let people who are connected to you know some good content on the site that they like so maybe you will as well.

If it's not important to you then that's fine - we hope in the future to have a way of blocking certain actions from getting into your buzz.
Hope that helps explain a little what it's all about.
Richard
paulcr Plus
16 1.5k 9 Ireland
26 Jun 2012 2:49PM

Quote:It's also a way to let people who are connected to you know some good content on the site that they like so maybe you will as well.



So does this mean if I click on the like thing on your last comment, for example, the people I have connections to here can see that I "liked" it.
Pete 19 18.8k 97 England
26 Jun 2012 2:54PM

Quote:So does this mean if I click on the like thing on your last comment, for example, the people I have connections to here can see that I "liked" it.

No - unless they have connected to you or are viewing all site buzz content.
rhousham 13 435 United Kingdom
26 Jun 2012 2:56PM
No the people who are connected to you - the other way around can see that.
You can block it by turning off your recent activity though for those reasons.
Richard
paulcr Plus
16 1.5k 9 Ireland
26 Jun 2012 3:13PM
Right, gotcha. Cheers
Paul

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