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Hi,

I want to build an website that takes comments and posts them onto a page within facebook.

I think i need to build an iframe of such, does anyone have nay idea if this is this right approach or should i be looking at something else ?

please help

thanks

R8VI
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Hi techChallenger1 - Thanks for the orginal post ill have a look at those links.

Post 2 if I need to change the topics how can i do that or do i create a new questions
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To change the Topics,  Open you question >> Find Edit Question just below your question.
click on Edit question link and change the topic
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