How can I add a Facebook "Like" button to my website?

bcastle

I'd like our web designer to add a Facebook "Like" button to my website. How does she do this, and are there any restrictions?

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wstark
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The instructions and rules regarding this are located here:

http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/plugins/like/

 

jimlynch
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If you are using Wordpress or other software that allows plugins, you might be able to just install a plugin to do it. It can be very easy to add Facebook "like" buttons at the bottom of your articles or the top or wherever you want them to appear.

I'd check and see what your site is running on and then see if there's a handy plugin out there that can make installation and maintenance easy for you.

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