What You Asked For

March 23, 2010

I’ve had two requests recently that aren’t about photography or editing, but more about iffles.com in general.

The first was a request for an iffles.com icon to put in the sidebar of a blog to show support for this website. I’m pretty blown away that anyone would actually want to do this, but I surely do appreciate the thought. So of course I put my incredibly awesome graphic skills to work (that’s sarcasm – give me a photo, I can edit it, tell me to make a graphic and I flounder) and came up with this:

iffles.com - phototalk for the rest of us

Which you can add to your page with this code:

I’m going to create a “resources” page here on iffles.com that I’ll eventually put that code over there so you can find it again easily if you need it.

The second thing I’ve done is create a fan page on facebook for iffles.com. You can find it here (or by clicking on the facebook icon in the “follow iffles” section of the sidebar. I’m going to try really hard to remember to update the fan page whenever I post something new here so that you can be notified via facebook when there’s something new over here.

The thing is, though, I’m not on facebook very often, so I’m not going to promise that every link gets up there right away, so I might forget. But I will promise that every entry will be linked up there eventually.

If you have any other suggestions for iffles.com, or things that you’d like to see, please let me know in the comments, I’m always open to ideas for improvement!

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  • Meginsanity

    Could also try RSS Graffiti for updating your Facebook page when you post to your blog. :) http://www.facebook.com/#!/...

  • I found a couple different ways to post rss feeds to facebook pages, but I really wanted to avoid posting my entire rss feed. If I ever get around to creating a summary-only rss feed, I might take advantage of it, though! Thanks!

  • Sweet. I'll be adding that to my blog, pronto.

  • sneeking into your code I see you use wordpress. I use wordbook to automate the process of updating fb with my blogposts. Here's the app (no connection yada yada) http://www.facebook.com/app....

    Hope this helps


  • The documentation says it doesn't work for fan pages, so I don't think I can use it. Thanks for the suggestion, though!

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