Tag Archives: FBML

Static HTML Facebook Page Tab by TabSite

TECHNICAL UPDATE: (Non-Techy Summary:  Facebook to remove all FBML Apps from Pages on December 5, 2012.  This only applies to tabs using FBML.  This DOES NOT impact any TabSite users.  This is simply an update for those not using TabSite to be aware they may want to move to TabSite since we are complaint with current Facebook iframe tab functionality and we offer a Static HTML Faceook Page Tab with our Gold and Platinum Plans). In July of this year, Facebook removed FBML functions Read more [...]

Removal of FBML by Facebook – Move to TabSite for Page Tab Apps

As had been announced previously, Facebook has implemented the final removal process for all old FBML apps on Facebook Pages.   Below is the Platform Status screenshot: Here is the excerpt from Facebook. Platform Updates: Operation Developer Love By Noorin Ladhani - Yesterday at 5:00pm Since last Wednesday's update, we spotlighted NBC's The Voice, published Early Success Stories: Shopping, Fashion and Open Graph, and published a Games Round-Up. Breaking Changes Read more [...]

Facebook FBML Tabs End June 1 – TabSite is Easy Alternative

ALERT!  If you are still using Facebook's old FBML tabs for your Facebook Business Page, now is the time to make the change to a current tool like TabSite. In September 2011, Facebook announced that: The final official end date when all FBML tabs will cease to work and will be removed from Facebook by Facebook is set for June 6, 2012.   So the time has come for those last holdouts to fully transition to iFrame tabs and depart from FBML coding completely, and TabSite is an ideal alternative! If Read more [...]

Facebook to end FBML App Support January 1 – Time to Move to TabSite

Since March 2011, page admins have not been able to create any new FBML apps, but FBML apps which were already in existence remained functional. Facebook announced at it's most recent f8 Developer Conference in September, 2011, that: 1. FBML will no longer be supported by Facebook beginning January 1, 2012. (This means no support and no bug fixes) 2. The final official end date when all FBML tabs will cease to work and will be removed from Facebook is set for June 1, 2012. The time Read more [...]

Facebook to end FBML on June 1 – Transition to TabSite iFrames Now!

In late 2010, Facebook announced its plan to deprecate FBML as a Facebook page administration platform over time and move to iframes. This past March 2011, it followed up this statement with the announcement of a full transition to iFrames, phasing out FBML. Since March 2011, page admins have not been able to create any new FBML apps, but FBML apps which were already in existence remained functional until the deprecation was scheduled to begin. Facebook has now announced at it's most recent Read more [...]

Fan Pages Move From FBML to iFrames March 11 – TabSite Ready!

Facebook Fan Pages received a makeover this week! All pages will move to the new format on March 10.   One of the major changes announced to page admins is the fact that FBML apps, and the code language of FBML as a whole, will be deprecated – which means it will no longer be a code that is utilized and accepted on the Facebook platform.  Instead, they are moving to iFrames as the core for all tab apps. The deadline given by Facebook is March11th. And starting March 11th, you will Read more [...]

Static FBML Knowledge Not Needed!

March 19, 2010   If you have wanted to create a custom tab on your Facebook Fan pages, or have attempted to use the Static FBML Facebook Application but just couldn't get it to look right; then we have the Facebook App you've been looking for!   Digital Hill Multimedia, Inc. is excited to release a new Application called Facebook TabSite.   What is a Facebook TabSite you ask? A TabSite is an easy way to create you own mini-website within a tab on your Facebook Fan Page or Personal Read more [...]

Facebook Tabsite Beta Launch is Ready!

Facebook Tabsite is ready to launch in Beta!  We believe this Facebook page and Fan Page Application will be a huge boost to users and small businesses on Facebook that can help them customize and share more content on their page.    As opposed to Static FBML, this Application uses a easy Content Management WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor.  The interface is similar to Microsoft Word and it allows you to add and customize text, links, images and more!   At a Read more [...]