** no longer works **Displaying your FaceBook Posts on your ASP.NET Core website.

This method no longer works with the Facebook changes that took place in Sept. 2019. This method relies on  the Public Page Content Access permission.   The app can be developed with  the manage_pages  permission and using a user access token instead of using the app access token.   Facebook will allow this if it is requested. […]

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Friendly URLs are an easy update to an older ASP.NET 4.0 website

Friendly URLs are easier to remember If you have an older ASP.NET  4.0 website, but don’t want to continue seeing the “.aspx” extensions on the page URLs, you can make a quick update by using NuGet to install the Microsoft.AspNet.FriendlyUrls.Core library. This library is automatically installed when you create a new Web Forms site, but […]

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Use C# server side code to share your Facebook Business page to your website

Interacting with Facebook Many businesses keep both websites and Facebook business pages. Facebook provides two easy ways to embed individual posts into your website. The first way is to just  right click the top right small arrow and select “Embed”. Facebook will provide you with an iframe that you can place in your website page […]

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