“But what about privacy?” you ask. Embedding will only be possible with posts that were made public or posted by someone who allows nonfriend subscribers, or fans, to their page.
According to the Facebook Developers blog, here’s how it will work:
“To embed a post, first check if the post is public by hovering over the audience selector (you'll see a globe icon). Only public posts from Pages and Facebook users can be embedded.
If the post is public, click the "Embed Post" option in the drop down menu:
In the dialog that pops up, simply copy and paste the code provided on your own web page:
These posts can include multimedia, such as pictures or video.
Like and share the Embedded Post directly from your web page
Embedded Posts display just like they do on Facebook, with the ability to show pictures, videos, hashtags, and other content. People can interact with Embedded Posts by:
- Liking or sharing the post directly from your web page
- Liking the Page or following other posts from the author using the top right button
- Visiting the post's comments, photos, hashtags and other content on Facebook
For more specific information directly from the horse’s mouth see this page.
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