Facebook Feed Features
The Custom Facebook Feed plugin has been created from the ground-up with mobile devices in mind, so that it looks great on any screen size and any device.
Display your content your way
Tailor your feeds to display whatever types of content you like. Integrate your Facebook photos, videos, events and more into your website to completely match the look and feel of the site. No more uncustomizable iframes.
The feed can be completely customized to look however you like! We've added tons of customization options so that you can fine tune exactly how it looks and how your Facebook content is displayed.
Multiple Facebook Feeds
Display as many feeds as you like, either on the same page or throughout your site. Want to display photos in one feed and events in another? Not a problem with our simple account management system.
Post caching for lightning fast load times and reliability
Our post caching system intelligently caches different parts of your feed to minimize Facebook requests and help your content to load lightning fast. Includes a built-in backup cache so that even if there's an issue with Facebook your feed won't go down.
Supports comments and reactions
Display any likes, shares, comments, and reactions in a customizable drop-down box below each post, including comment replies, image attachments, and stickers.
Display posts, photos, videos, albums, and events
Display statuses, photos, videos, events, links, albums, and playlists from your Facebook page. Choose which post types are displayed. Only want to show photos, videos or events? No problem.
Display posts, events, albums, or videos from a Facebook group.
HD, 360, and Live video
View videos in full-screen HD, or manually change the resolution as needed. Support for 360o video allows users to interact with the video directly on your site. Broadcast Live videos directly in your feed in real-time.
Post filtering by word or hashtag
Use our filter settings to only show posts from your Facebook page which contain specific words or hashtags, or do the opposite and hide any posts which contain them.