Because of the immense increase of social media use such as Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus, more and more people want to integrate these applications on their website.

When you build your own website or eigen website maakt, you want to follow this trend. In this article we will explain how you can integrate the Facebook Plugin Like Box into the Dontax template.

Because making your own website shouldn’t be hard, we will explain how you can install the Facebook plugin in two simple steps. To integrate social media in your template or content we will use the component plugin. This component gives you the option to add code. You don’t need to write the code yourself though, the code for the desired plugins can be found on the websites of Facebook and Twitter.

Step 1 – Generating the Facebook Like Box plugin code

Go to the website of either Facebook or Twitter.
Select the type of plugin that you want to use on your website.
Adjust the settings (length, width,..) as those will determine how your widget looks. The website-tool previews your changes so you can see what you get for the best result.
With the Likebox from Facebook you can decide if you want your newsfeed, faces and amount of likes to be visible or not.
Once you’re happy with the result, which you can see instantly, you can let the tool generate the code you need.
Copy this code by selecting it and pressing CTRL C to do so on your keyboard.

Step 2 – Applying the Facebook Plugin Code

The code you generated is now saved to your computer.
You need to paste the newly generated code into the plugin component of your website by a websitemaker or websitebuilder tool. In our example we used a generated code and added it to the plugin-component to that of that “Facebook Like Box” underneath our page structure in the Dontax HTML5 template.
Choose a personalized template
Click on the sidebar plugin
Paste the code in the grey area
After you have clicked on update we are able to publish the website
The Facebook Like Box should now be visible in on your website

If you follow these steps to the letter your new template structure should be right. We wish you all the best making your own website and personalizing your template.
If you would like more information about this matter or you wish the job to be done by an expert. Try browsing the web for a website developer who wants to help you constructing your website.
You would be surprised what you can achieve by just paying a small fee every month to a web developer. Besides a good connection towards social media can generate more web flow. And more web flow generates more lead and more income. So in some cases this could be a win-win situation.

The scientific name for a solar cell is photovoltaic cell, ‘photo’ because it reflects the sunlight and ‘volt’ because it generates electricity.
The solar cells are divided in two different layers, those layers are intended as guiders to empower energy. The first layer is called the N-side, the second one is called the P-side. The N-size rejects the electrodes and the P-side attracts them. Those two layers are essential because it transforms he sunlight into voltage. In short, the atoms are split up and the electrodes rise and become voltage electricity. The electricity is afterwards transported through wires and are put into use through the house and appliances.
What kind of solar panels exist?

Even though ever solar panels works according to the same principle, there are 3 different types of solar panels on the market.
The thin solar panels
The crystalline silicon panels
The newest kind of solar panels which are still in progress.
Each type of solar panels has its unique characteristics and advantages. The thin panels are easy to place and produce an equal amount of energy in comparison with the crystalline panels. Unfortunately, thin solar panels are very expensive.
If you want your panels to function properly you will have to place them facing south and in an angle of about 35 degrees. That way you can catch the most radiance. The sunniest place of your house is often referred to as  your ‘solar central’ and is the best spot to place your solar panels.