Let users log in with their Facebook accounts, and fetch their Facebook profile data.
This element displays a Facebook like button on the page.
This is the link of the page you want users to like.
Choose from Like and Recommend for the verb.
Choose from Light and Dark for the color scheme.
Choose from the Facebook layout options, Standard, Button_count, Button, and Box_count.
Check this box to display a share button.
Check this box to show faces of the friends who liked the page.
This element displays a Facebook Page Plugin for a Facebook page.
This is the link of the page you want the element to display.
Check this box to hide the cover of the page and make the element smaller.
Check this box to show the faces of the people who like the page.
Check this box to display the latest posts of the page.
This action enables users to send a Facebook message through a Facebook popup.
This is the link you want the user to share by default. It can be changed in this popup, per Facebook's policy.
This is the user you want users to send the message to. It should be the Facebook profile of the user and is accessible if the designated user also signed up with Facebook through the app.
Once you create an app in your Facebook developer account, open the Basic section of your app's settings to copy and paste its App ID into this field.
In your Facebook developer account, copy your app's secret from its Basic settings and paste here.
Choose from "Simple" or "With friends" permissions. "Simple" will give you access to the user's name, email, and profile picture, for example, and "With friends" will additionally give you access to the user's list of friends. The latter option requires approval by Facebook.
This setting requires app approval by Facebook.
Check this box to use the suggested redirect URL (recommended). This is the URL that Facebook will redirect to when authenticating a user.
Optionally enter a development API Key. When your app is in development (version-test), Bubble will use this key.
Optionally enter a development App Secret. When your app is in development (version-test), Bubble will use this key.
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