How To Embed Facebook Page Events On Website?

Today I will teach you how to customize and embed Facebook page events on website. Click the play button below. Please watch it in HD and full screen.

What’s next? You can Try our plugin now, view a live demo here or continue reading below.

Announcement: DSM Website Plugins is now called SociableKIT! We have not yet updated some of our video tutorials to sociablekit.com but the app is the same when you land in sociablekit.com website. Please read the announcement, login here or get a free access here.

Need a step by step text guide?

We’ve broken down the steps for you into an easy-to-follow guide. The following steps are the text version of our video tutorial above.

  1. Create a free SociableKIT account here and login. [Video Tutorial]
  2. Once logged in, click “+ Create SociableKIT Solution” button.
  3. On the pop up, name your custom Facebook events feed.
  4. On the drop-down, select “Facebook Page Events” option.
  5. Enter your Facebook Page ID.
  6. Click the “Proceed” button. This will show you the customization options.
  7. Click the “</> Embed On Website” button located on the upper-right corner of the screen.
  8. On the pop up, copy the embed code by clicking the “Copy Code” button.
  9. Paste the embed code on your website.

Why use SociableKIT?

You know how tiring it is to post your event information twice. One on Facebook. One on your website.

We hear you.

That’s why we created SociableKIT.

Once you signed up (get started here), you’ll be able to post your event information only once. One on Facebook.

The SociableKIT will display your Facebook page events on your website automatically. You control its look & feel as well.

Avoid double duty. Work less and enjoy more of your time.

SociableKIT doesn’t just display your Facebook events on your website. It saves you a lot of time and energy by avoiding double work.

It keeps your website visitors informed about your events. It makes your website’s event page look better and more useful.

How to get a free access?

Click here to create your FREE SociableKIT account.

What customers say about us?

★★★★★ "Thank you SO MUCH!!! This is EXACTLY what I was looking for. It works perfect. Your plugin will be in use on the Events page." ~ Robert Herring, MO & Co-Founder – Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club

★★★★★ "Many of our small business members tend to share their Facebook page events with our Facebook page. I’m pretty happy with this SociableKIT solution. We don’t have to manually hit a button every month to sync our Facebook page events and website calendar. I paid for the whole year, it makes sense. I thank you so much Mike!" ~ David B. Morgan, Executive Director – Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau

★★★★★ "SociableKIT has the best looking social media feeds and the most features. I tried so many other options and found SociableKIT Website Plugins the best. My web designer told me I could not do many of the things that I’m doing myself with SociableKIT!" ~ Khabir Southwick, Naturopath, MH, NT, CAS – Heal With Khabir

★★★★★ "Finding SociableKIT saved a huge amount of hours in a project to integrate social/web channels. Absolutely excellent support with quick responses and updates." ~ John Parker, Website Developer – Aura Entertainment

★★★★★ "Thank you!!! The SociableKIT website plugin is an incredibly simple, clean and easy solution for us." ~ John J. Janowski, PMP, Member – La Grange Citizens Council

Live demo of SociableKIT Facebook events

Click here to view a live demo

Will SociableKIT work on my website?

SociableKIT has been tried and tested to work with the following CMS or website builders: Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, Shopify, WordPress, Tumblr, Jimdo, Mobirise, Voog, Drupal and Adobe Muse.

Your CMS is not on our list? Your website was built without any website builder? No problem! There's 99% chance that SociableKIT will still work on your website!

How to display events from multiple FB pages?

YES! You just have to put comma separated Facebook page IDs. For example: spurs,warriors,cavs,nba

Why some events are not showing?

SociableKIT can only display ‘public’ events. The Facebook page that hosts and co-hosts the event must be set to ‘public’ as well. Page restrictions like age restriction must be disabled. Make sure the ‘events’ tab was enabled on those Facebook pages as well.

Here’s a quick fix to make your Facebook Page visible to the public.
1. Login to Facebook.
2. Make sure you’re on your Facebook page.
3. Look to the upper left corner – you should see: Page | Activity | Settings
4. Click on the Setting link.

Check Your Country Restrictions
1. Under the General tab click on Country Restrictions to verify you did not list a specific country.
2. If you listed a specific country, click the “x” to remove it and save your changes.

Check Your Age Restrictions
1. Just below the Country Restrictions is Age Restrictions – edit this section.
2. Select “Anyone (13+)” and click Save Changes

That’s it – Log out of Facebook, then put your Facebook Page Page url (eg: https://www.facebook.com/SociableKIT) in the address bar of your browser and check to make sure you can see your business without having to login to Facebook.

Need SociableKIT support?

Do you have any related questions or suggestions? We are here to listen and act for you! There are three ways to contact us.

  1. Send an email to mike@sociablekit.com
  2. Send a message on our official Facebook page
  3. Use our live-chat box located on the lower right corner of this page.

Related SociableKIT solutions

Using SociableKIT, you can customize and embed Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter feed and more on your website. Learn how to do it by choosing any tutorial here: Website Tutorials

Thank You!

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6 replies
    • Mike Dalisay
      Mike Dalisay says:

      Hi @CS, DSM can only display ‘public’ events. The Facebook page that hosts and co-hosts the event must be set to ‘public’ as well.

      Page restrictions like age restriction must be disabled. Make sure the ‘events’ tab was enabled on those Facebook pages as well.

      Reply
    • Mike Dalisay
      Mike Dalisay says:

      Hi Frankynous, you’ll have to “Edit” your custom feed, go to “Texts” section, there you can put any text as replacement of the English ones. You can choose your language in the “Calendar” section as well.

      Reply
    • Mike Dalisay
      Mike Dalisay says:

      Hi Hairudy, thanks for your question! You can go to the “Events” tab and select “Calendar” as the default view.

      Reply

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