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Posted on 16 November, 2009 By Kim Woodbridge Facebook is planning a series of changes and improvements that will be rolled out over the next couple of months. The most important of these changes for those of us with customized fan pages is that there won’t be any more boxes.
Your Facebook Fan Page is a great place to aggregate resources to share with your growing fan base. These resources can be presented on your Facebook Fan Page with the FBML app that allows you to have a customized tab at the top of your Fan Page, a customized name for that tab, and of course, customized content within that tab. Without getting too far off track, let’s assume you want to use the FBML app to create a “resources” tab on your Facebook Fan Page (like my Facebook Fan Page Tips tab on my Fan Page).
Here are some FBML examples that I took from one of the pages I admin. This is THE place to go if you want the real Facebook Style codes. Some of them I take from there and tweak it. But for those of you who just want to add a image link to your website or things like that, you can just use these codes.
In the spirit of openness and transparency and to adhere to our Breaking Change Policy , we publish this roadmap to help developers plan for changes that may require code modifications. Like all roadmaps, it may shift slightly, but we will share insight into what is happening as details become available. We encourage developers to subscribe to our blog , where we announce rollout plans and timing. The following changes can be enabled/disabled using the "April 2013 Breaking Changes" migration until April 3rd when they will go into effect permanently for everyone: