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Posted on 2011-02-18
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Hi,

I am building a website and I thought it would be much easier for my client to upload their photos to Facebook and then I can pull them into their website from there.

How can this be done¿?

Thanks,

Ben
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by:snurker
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If you are building from scratch, Look here http://developers.facebook.com/

If you are using something like Joomla, I would look for a module already set to do it.
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by:intangiblemedia
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Hi Snurker,

Thanks for that - I always found that site quite overwhelming... any other url you can point me to more specific?
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Well the button there to add facebook to my website should give you the code snippets that should at least get you started.
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by:Ray Paseur
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Any reason why you want your client to upload to Facebook instead of directly to your web site?  Seems to me like FB is an unnecessary part of this exercise.
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by:intangiblemedia
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I think it is easier for a client to maintain 1 site rather than 2 and Facebook takes such a priority these days and is perfect as a content management system so long as I can pull the photos into the website...
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by:intangiblemedia
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Not really what I was looking for.
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