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C# MVC Post image to Facebook

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I want my website, VS 2008 MVC, to be able to post an image to the users timeline. The image is hosted on my server. I know how to create an application on FB. I've got the C# FB SDK and have the samples working in VS 2012. I can convert my code into VS 2012. I don't understand how to interact with an User's timeline.

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I think you need to add more Zones
1. Facebook
2. Programming for ASP.NET
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