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Can anybody help me with coding a simple thing for my facebook fanpage
static html ifram tabs

Msg#: 4547378 posted 10:26 am on Feb 21, 2013 (gmt 0)

Can anyone help me with coding? I really don't have any idea how to code such a thing (i'm complete noob at web programming)

I want to create a welocome (aka landing) page on my facebook with fan and non-fan content by using "Static HTML iFrame tabs" by Thunderpenny (http://www.thunderpenny.com/app/static-html). It has to section where to put your content (fan and non-fan).

The non-fan content will be IMG_1.JPG

User clicks "like" and sees next image (IMG_2.JPG) for couple seconds and then my website appears. IMG_2.jpg should appear only once after user have clicked my "like" button. Next time when he goes to my fan page he's going to view my website right away (without appear of IMG2).

Can anybody help me to code this?

Check my image below:


I would really appreciate any kind of help! Thanks!



Msg#: 4547378 posted 5:37 am on Mar 28, 2013 (gmt 0)

I have a similar kind of question. I've to create a custom button beside the button from where users likes a page. I've seen many pages with that button and really want to know how that button is added.
While googling about it I receive codes to add but i don't know where to add those code. Can someone help me with the same?

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