With the new changes, Facebook has changed the way fans experience your page. Specifically, when new visitors click the “like” button, then are then redirected to the wall instead of staying on the tab to see “fan only” content. This can be frustrating for users who would like fans to stay on a custom tab. Read More
Just kidding says Facebook. On December 12th, Facebook users experienced scattered outages while Facebook was testing, as it seems, total changes- network wide- to all Fan Pages and Profiles. At this time they are back to the “old” version but Facebook doesn’t just test to test. This is very likely the future. So, let’s get prepared.
Everyone wants to know what will happen to their fan pages when Facebook changes from Static FBML to iframes. Facebook made the announcement back in August that they would be moving from the massively popular Static FBML app to iFrames. The FBML app has over 97,737,542 million users as of December 6th, 2010. With this kind of volume, this change will effect an enormous amount of people or about 1/6th of Facebook users. Or will it?
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