Further on the bottom of the settings page you see the page tab settings. Fill in the page tab name, then the page tab url and secure page tab url. The last two settings are very important: the page you will show in the iframe must be available both with http and https.
As i mentioned in my previous topis about page showing a page in an iframe as a Facebook page tab, not only your page must be available with https, but all of its assets like images, scripts, included libraries or CDNs must have https addresses.
Hint!After you created your page tab with the sourced iframe, you are ready to add your page tab to your Facebook page. To do so you must do some manual job:
If you can't manipulate remote addresses of your assets write yopur urls down generally without a prefix, like "".
write into your browser's address field a following url:
Here are two parts you will adjust manually:
- YOUR_APP_ID: this is an id of your newly created app / page tab, it is the first field in your app's settings, usually 16 digits long.
- YOUR_URL: this is the url, which populates the field "Tab Page URL" in your app's settings.
Hint!Add the page tab with your iframed site to your Facebook page and you are done! Enjoy!
If you hold down the shift button you will be able to add your page tab with iframe to more then single Facebook page.