KLANG, Malaysia, March 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 11 2011, Facebook opens up a new chapter as it welcomes the new iFrames while doing away with FBML. This causes a ripple of concern among its users as many have already gotten used to the old way of using FBML to build fan pages and apps. Do you know what lies in store with the new iFrames?
Facebook users are in for a quandary as FBML is made redundant with the arrival of the new kid on the block, the iFrames. While it cannot be denied that the new iFrames brings a much needed upgrade to the way Facebook Pages can be developed, such as incorporating the functionalities of a full web site onto a Facebook Page, the sudden change has taken many aback and most have not gotten around to it yet. Resources for learning and using the new iFrames are few and hard to come by.
There are a few mavericks out there who welcome the new iFrames with open arms, saying that this is indeed a much needed upgrade, but a majority are worried that the change is too rapid and argue that there just aren't enough resources and material out there now to get up to speed on using iFrames.
Products such as http://www.FBMaxed.com handsomely combine the rich capabilities of iFrames with the HTML5 framework to produce excellent websites (yes, iFrames is capable of creating complete websites within your Facebook Page) on anyone's Facebook Page. It is one of the few products out there on the market now that guide and teach Facebook users on how to make full use of iFrames.
The arrival of iFrames and the departure of FBML heralds an uncertain future for Facebook users. What is certain is that iFrames is here to stay for the long haul. Will you learn how to use iFrames quickly enough? Getting a good quality guide or product will go a long way in helping you to master iFrames sooner rather than later.
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