Adding the New Facebook Page Plugin to Your WordPress Site

Seriously, have you seen the all new Facebook page plugin? Facebook have done some good adjustments to their page plugin to make our fan page even more attractive for our readers to click 😉

Facebook Page Plugin

On like the previous Facebook page like button, your readers won’t leave your site when they either like your page or share your page with their friends on Facebook. Yes, everything happens in your site…

Why do bloggers need to add the Facebook page plugin to their blogs?

Facebook is one great place to get some good amount of traffic from, right? And our page is like a traffic funnel. It allows our blog readers to Subscribe (Like our page) to get updated when we have announcement or new post we publish at our blog.

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If you check my blog’s (onenaijablog) widget area, you will see a Facebook page plugin, right? That is because one of the good ways to get more likes to your Facebook fan page is to add your fan page widget to your blog.

How do I add the Facebook page Plugin to my blog or website?

I am going to show you a simple way on how you can do this without breaking a sweat 🙂

Note: If you are using the previous “Facebook Like Box”, you can still switch it to the new and improve “Facebook Page Plugin” just by following this simple steps. And if you have not installed it to your blog before, then this post will be even more useful.


You don’t have a Facebook page yet? You will need to have one before you can carry on with the below process.

First visit the official Facebook Page Plugin Here

If you’ve entered their official plugin page, you will see something like the image below.

Facebook like button

Now, in the “Facebook Page URL” area put in your Facebook Page Name. Normally, your Facebook page name is supposed to be

You can add the width and height to best fit your blog. But if you do not wish to add a width or height, you can simply leave those space blank.

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If you’d like your readers to see what you’ve been posting on your page, you can tick the “Show Page Posts” option and you will get something like the image below.

facebook page plugin

Below the preview pane, you will see an option that says “Get Code”. If you are satisfied with your edit, you can click the “Get Code” Option.

Have you clicked it? If yes, a code will be generated for you to paste in your blog. This is how the code will look like.


Copy the first code you see >>> go to your Editor’s area in your WordPress admin page and click the “header.php” now find the <body> tag.

If you can’t locate the <body> tag, simultaneously press the ctrl + f button and a search bar will pop up. Use that search bar to search for the <body> tag.


Now, have you seen the tag? If yes, paste that code you copied from the Facebook plugin page below the <body> tag.

Note: if you have the older version of the Facebook like box, you don’t have to undergo the first step. But you can carry on from the next step

Now copy the second code from the Facebook page and place it on your side widget. To locate your side widget, go to your WordPress admin panel >>> Click on “Appearance” >>> Click “Widgets” >>> now drag the “Text” widget to where you’d want your Facebook Page to show.

Now simply paste the second code you copied from your Facebook Plugin Page to the “Text” box.

Have you done that? Now you have successfully placed your Facebook Page to your blog. Do you see how beautiful it has made your blog look? Haha… yeah, I know!

You can try it now and tell me how it goes. But should you come into any difficulty, please do not hesitate to drop your problem using the comment box below and I will surely reply you ASAP. 😉


If you are trying to get more likes to your Fan Page, then this might help you. Though, Facebook is not that effective in traffic as it use to, but it still works 🙂

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It looks like I have said so much about so much on how to add the new Facebook Page Plugin to your WordPress site, now it’s time to pass the keyboard to you…

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12 thoughts on “Adding the New Facebook Page Plugin to Your WordPress Site”

  1. Hi Babanature,

    Informative post indeed 🙂

    I hadn’t noticed the new changes Facebook made, or perhaps some people were earlier also adding the page plugin to their blogs using some codes I think. I must check this out as we made a new page so could add it up there if need be.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead 🙂

    • Hello Harleena,
      Glad you liked the post 😉

      They recently changed the look of how the “like page” look like.
      Now you have the option to add your page cover photo and they also added a share button so your page can be easily shared without your readers leaving your blog.

      I am sure you are going to love it. 🙂

      Thanks for the comment and do have a best week start.

    • Hello Samir,

      It’s been a while, good to have you back 🙂

      The adjustment they added to the like box was good and now, you don’t have to go to facebook direct before you can get liked or redirect your readers when they like your page widget.

      Thanks for the comment and do have a wonderful week ahead…

    • Hello Jack,

      Every platform has their own advantage and disadvantage. Because a blogger is on the blogger platform owned by Google doesn’t mean he will rank more than a blogger whose using the WordPress platform.

      Facebook is one awesome way to get traffic to your blog… 😉

      Thanks for the comment and do have a best week

    • Hello Swapnil,

      Before your page can generate you some good amount of traffic, you will need to get a good amount of traffic. So your reach can be greater when promoting your blog post through the normal rout or through paid ads 🙂

      Thanks for the comment and have a blessed weekend

  2. Hello sir,

    A lovely write up I must say. I do have d ole facebook like box, and I liked it because its simple. The new facebook page plugin looks promising and classy 😀

    let me try it out and tell you how it goes… thanks

    • Hello Christy,

      Looks like you like coding as well 😉

      This is not a plugin per say, it is a code that you’ll implement in your blog. implementing codes doesn’t stress your server or take up resource.

      I am sure you’ll love it after the implementation.

      Thanks for the comment and do have a lovely weekend


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