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Hello Experts.

I have a request to fulfill. I need to take a 3x4" square of the front page of the website, and display the latest activity from my facebook page on it.
Any idea which exactly tool would I need for that, and does it have to be an iframe?
I never developed anything with facebook, so any info will be useful.

Thank you.

Additional: By Latest Activity I mean the front page information, like top 5 or 6 writings of the main wall.
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