AudienceView Connect

Inserting the Facebook Facepile Widget

Facebook has discontinued support for the Facepile widget and it should not be used. It has been completely removed in AudienceView 6.8.10.
Do not insert widgets within the form of an article. An error will cause the article to not appear Online.

Before you can insert the Facebook Like button to a site or article, you must ensure that Facebook is selected from the Content Management application Sites|Applications page's 'Application' field.

To build and insert the Facebook Facepile Widget, complete the following:

  1. Open the Content Management application from the AudienceView Desktop.
  2. Select the Articles tab.
    The Articles|Search page appears.
  3. Search for and select the article that you want to work with. For more information, refer to Content Management - Articles|Search Page and Performing Searches.
    The Articles|Basic page appears.
  4. Select the Text tab.
    The Articles|Text page appears.
  5. Click 'Insert Widget'.
  6. Select Facebook Facepile Widget from the dropdown.
  7. Complete the following fields:
    • css ID: Enter any applicable CSS ID information (with no spaces) in this field.
    • css Class: Enter any applicable CSS class information (with no spaces) in this field.
    • css Style: Enter any applicable CSS styles that you want to apply to the Facebook Facepile widget (e.g. background:blue,color:white).
      For more information, refer to AudienceView Branding Guide.
    • Color Scheme: Enter the colour scheme that you want to use for the button. There are two options:
      • light
      • dark
    • Page URL: Enter/paste the URL of the page that you want the button to refer to.
    • Actions: A comma-separated list of Open Graph action types for the Facepile.
    • Max Rows: The maximum number of rows of profile pictures that you want to display in the Facepile.
      If there are fewer photos than rows entered, the next lowest number of rows will be display.
    • Title: Enter the name that you want to appear for the Facepile.
    • Size: Determines the size of the profile pictures that are displayed in the Facepile. There are three options:
      • small
      • medium
      • large
    • Width: The width of the button defined in pixels.

      For information regarding the 'Context Type' dropdowns that appear next to each of the parameter fields, refer to Using Context Types for Widget Parameters.
  8. Click 'Insert Widget'.
    The Facebook Facepile widget is inserted in the article text.
  9. Click 'Apply'
    A window confirms that the application updated the article.
  10. Click 'OK'.
To change any of the labels that appear in the Configure Parameters for Facebook Facepile Widget dialog box, navigate to the Registry application Registry::EN::Application::Content Management::Widgets::Facebook Facepile Widget node.