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facebook like box customization?

  1. On my blog I'm using the Facebook Like Box widget that wordpress offers. The only major customization options I have with it, however, are to adjust the width (it's currently at 300), and to change the color scheme. Is there anyway I can change the height? I'd rather it be shorter than have it cut off in the middle of someone's picture (here's what mine looks like on my page) Is there anyway I can also get the Facebook users who've liked us to show up in equal columns and rows? There's an awkward space at the end of the box that I don't know what to do with. Please help! Thank you.

    The blog I need help with is studioseventeen.org.

  2. @druxvii
    I searched and located this. It's a Staff response to a member who has a custom design upgrade and was trying to use CSS editing to customize the Facebook likebox widget.

    An iframe is universally handled like a different HTML page by most browsers. If the iframe is on a different domain, like it is in the case of Facebook's likebox, then you cannot adjust that content using CSS on the site displaying the iframe. To adjust it, you would need to have access to the Facebook iframe content directly, which is something you cannot do from the WordPress.com side. http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/facebook-widget-manipulating-it-with-css?replies=12#post-857623

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