Wallflux iframe

Use Wallflux to embed any Facebook group or page on your website

To preview a Wallflux iframe, enter a Facebook ID, and press Go.

Your Facebook ID only consist of numbers, for example: 115227675156013 - If you do not know your groups' Facebook ID, Wallflux can find it for you through the Facebook ID helper-page.

Here you see the Wallflux iframe of an anti-nuclear-Facebook-group:

You can add an iframe to your html source in similar fashion by using the following html-code:
<iframe id="wallflux"
	name="iframe"
	src="https://www.wallflux.com/iframe/{your Wallflux id}"
	width="100%;"
	height="250px"
	frameborder="0">
	The Wallflux iframe of the <a href="https://www.facebook.com/anti.nuclear">anti.nuclear</a> Facebook-page is embedded here.</iframe>

Wallflux iframes are transparent, allowing you to define your own background color or -image.

Link directly to the your Wallflux iframe by using the following URL:
www.wallflux.com/iframe/115227675156013
…where the number represents the groups' Facebook ID. To store your language-preference, add for example ?hl=fr_FR for French to the URL (nb: the translations are still under development).

The Wallflux iframe of a registered Wallflux has neither a demonstration notice or advertisements, so register your Wallflux today!

iFrame or rss feed?

Wallflux iframe is developed after popular demand. There are a few downsides to embedding iframes, which makes us encourage our users to use a Wallflux Atom or Regular Wallflux instead.

With a Wallfux Atom you can achieve a similar (and better!) result than with a Wallfux iframe. Also, the content of your Facebook group will be actually included on your own website which will increase your sites' SEO.

Parsing a Wallflux at your server will make your website load much quick compared to embedding the iframe.

In order for you to make optimal use of the possibilities of Wallflux, we encourage you to investigate how to process a Wallflux on your own server. On many CMS-systems there are built-in options to process RSS feeds. Do not hesitate to contact us for tips or assistance. We charge a modest fee to help implement a custom feed parser on your website.

Wallflux iframes which are embedded with a width of less than 500 pixels are designed to automatically hide the top demonstration notice because of space constraints.

Courtesy

Wallflux iframes are provided as courtesy to users of registered Wallflux feeds. If we notice that a particular iframe is included so often that it drains significant bandwith of core Wallflux services, we shall disable the iframe without further notice.