Add the Social Media Collection to your site to provide Facebook likes, show who has liked a page, update your tweets or display your tweets from your account, or any account.
Go to the webpage where you want your LIKE button to appear. Login and click EDIT and then click on the paper/pencil icon. Put your cursor in the Copy section and click on the FACEBOOK LIKE add-on from the drop down list as shown below:
Open Graph Meta Tags create the meta tags used by Facebook to summarize a page on a site.
When a site user clicks the Facebook Like or Share button on your page, Facebook creates a short summary of the page within their feed. You may also copy and paste a link from your website to a page on your Facebook account. This information (headline, text, image) come from these meta tags.
Once installed, pages maintain its specific set of META tags automatically from information set on the page record.
To learn more about how Open Graph is integrated into Facebook, click here.
NOTE: The image must be at least 200 pixels by 200 pixels.
Once Facebook pulls in Open Graph META data for a page, it is cached. That cache will reflect any META data collected until it is cleared. Anytime META data that contributes to the Open Graph META tags of a page is changed, the cache must be cleared in order for those changes to appear. Facebook has provided the following tool that will both debug your Open Graph META data as well as clear its cache for a single page. Click here to access Facebook's debugging tool.
Configuration is only necessary if you plan to add tweets from your site. Otherwise add tweets directly from Twitter.
To configure the Twitter Add-on, login as an administrator. Click on ADMIN HOME. From the menu on the left click MANAGE ADD-ONS, SOCIAL MEDIA and click on the GENERAL SETTINGS tab. Enter your Twitter username and password. Click OK to save your changes.
Go to the webpage where you want your tweets to appear. Login and click EDIT and then click on the paper/pencil icon. Put your cursor in the Copy section and click on the TWEETS add-on from the drop down list as shown below:
Next, view the page with ADVANCED EDIT enabled and click on the WRENCH in the menu bar. Enter the Twitter account name you want to display and hit UPDATE.
Login and click ADMIN HOME. Click SOCIAL MEDIA, then TWEET TOOL. If you have configured your twitter account in the Twitter Configuration, you can type in the text for your tweet and then click POST TWEET.
This is called a Group Tweet because once this add-on is configured, anyone with admin site access can add tweets to your account.